Arsenal Unveils Declan Rice, With Nigerian Rapper Odumodublvck’s Song

Arsenal Football Club unveiled their newly signed player from West Ham United, Declan Rice, with a Nigerian song.

He was introduced with a hit song “Declan Rice” by Nigerian rapper, Tochukwu Ojogwu popularly known as Odumodublvck.

Rice’s move from West Ham United to Arsenal was completed on Saturday in a deal worth a record amount of £105 million.

This is the highest transfer fee ever paid by the North London club for a player.

Rice also becomes the England’s highest bought football player.

The football club took to Twitter to share a video of Rice’s unveiling, featuring the catchy song “Declan Rice” by Odumodublvck playing in the background. The rapper, known for his genre-blending style, also expressed his congratulations to the footballer on social media.

“Congrats to my boy on your new adventure @declanrice with @arsenal.

“God bless everyone involved in this milestone, my producers. Abuja Stand Up.” Odumodublvck wrote.

The song “Declan Rice” was released in March as a tribute to the football player.

In a recent interview, Odumodublvck revealed that he and Declan Rice have developed a friendship through their mutual appreciation for the song.

“I made a video vibing to the song. I posted it, and Declan Rice was like, ‘Jeez, the song is fire.’ Now we are friends.

“He is texting me that he has to come to Nigeria, even if it’s only for two days. He said the next time I am performing, he has to be on stage with me,” the rapper shared.

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