Agassi Babatunde Odusina,[2][3] or Sneakbo as he is otherwise known, is an English rapper.[2] His first song, "The Wave", made #48 on the UK Singles Chart[5] and he has since released a number of hits, including being a featured artist on the D'Banj song "Oliver Twist".[5]

At a young age Sneakbo listened to late rapper Tupac Shakur and pop star Michael Jackson.[6]

Legal disputes

Aggravated assault charges

In 2011, Odusina was saved from an eight-month jail sentence by his song The Wave, which had charted three weeks previously - the day of the trial was 30 November 2011[2] and the song had charted at #48 on 5 November 2011[5] - with the Judge, Ian Bourne QC, commenting "You are someone who has some talent judging by what I have read and heard about you. You are fortunate in these times to have a job and support from your manager. I'm told all this is in jeopardy if I jail you today. I hope you realise I'm giving you a chance to stay out of prison and it is up to you to comply with the conditions [to not contact his victim and to live at his manager's home in Waltham Cross, Essex[2]]".

Suspected GAS gang affiliation

GAS gang, often known as Guns And Shanks gang or Grip And Shoot or Grind And Stack,[7] is a south London gang. Odusina has been accused of being affiliated with it,[8] a charge he denies.

Incarceration for threatening a woman

Sneakbo spent three months incarcerated in Feltham Prison in late 2011 for threatening a woman in violation of an ASBO.[9]


As lead artist

YearTitlePeak chart positionsAlbum
2011"The Wave"48Non-album singles
2012"Zim Zimma"35
2013"Ring A Ling"27

As featured artist

YearTitlePeak chart positionsAlbum
2012"Oliver Twist"9Non-album single
2014"Dr. Who!" (Tujamo & Plastik Funk featuring Sneakbo)21