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Olamide – Lagos Nawa

– Lagos Nawa Album

Nation Commander-In-Chief, Baddo has now released his highly anticipated “Lagos Nawa” album. The 17-track project of musical art is the 7th studio album of the perennial hitmaker who continues on his streak and roll of stunning project releases around this time of year.

With his clout, status, stature and authority in the world of Nigerian music, the buzz of ‘s “Lagos Nawa” album isn’t too much of a surprise. However, the fact that he recorded the project in just 48-hours only further solidifies his musical abilities, and trove of content stashed in his vault.

The last time out, Olamide commissioned his “The Glory” album with such stellar records lining the bars of the project. Well, “Lagos Nawa” is a fitting follow up with such superstar features including usual-collaborator, , Mavin Records first lady, Tiwa Savage, Alaga Ibile, Reminisce, and Egberi Papa 1 of Bayelsa, .

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The album hosts the massive monster record, Wo! which is already adjudged by many industry watchers, pundits, critics and fans as one of the songs of the year 2017 so far. On the album, Olamide also commissioned the spiritual version of the high-flying joint.

Other songs on the album include “Fe Nu Shey Street,” “Oro Pawpaw,” “Radio Lagos,” Yagaga,” “The One,” “Bend It Over (featuring Reminisce and ),” “Shine,” “Saysaymaley,” “Mo Je Dodo,” “Lagos Nawa,” “Everyday Is Not Christmas,” “On a Must Buzz (featuring ),” “Shanko Baby,” “Fine Fine Girls (featuring Tiwa Savage)” and “Enimimomi.”

On the “Lagos Nawa” album, Olamide whose real name is Olamide Adedeji steps back a bit from the lyrical lines that he has been well-known for. Instead, he delves into a singing spree which defines the project; while still largely appealing to his large fan base on the streets with several potential anthems to match.

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Finally, Olamide reasserts his name and prints on the sands of time as one of the best artists to have ever laced bars in and by extension the African continent. You do not want to be left out of the iconic project.

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