In the last one or two years, Olamide has grown comfortable as a big fish in the industry, dropping hits only when he feels like it and this year, Baddo Sneh is really feeling like it.
This year has been both successful and controversial for him. He has lashed out at the APC government he sang for at the last election as well as had one of his songs, “See Mary, See Jesus” banned from being played on air by Nigerian’s regulatory body. Still, Baddo Sneh is not relenting.
Olamide is one of the biggest names in this industry, up there with the likes of Wizkid and Davido. The YBNL nation boss, Olamide Adedeji famously known as Olamide Badoo is a Nigerian hip hop artiste.In 2000, the lyrical champion decided to pursue a career in music.
Olamide got his breakthrough into the industry with the release of his single “Eni Duro” in 2010, under Coded Tunes record label which he was signed to then. Olamide went on to perform at The Hip Hop World Awards that same year and in 2011, he released his debut studio album titled ‘Rapsodi‘.
In 2012, Olamide left Coded Tunes and launched his label YBNL. Although he mostly raps Yoruba, Olamide has over six successful albums to his name as well as notable collaborations with Wizkid, Phyno, Pheelz ,Lil Kesh, Tiwa Savage, D’Banj, Davido, Wale , Reminisce amongst others.
This year, Olamide was on Ill Bliss’ “40 Ft. Container” before collaborating with actress-turned-singer, Eniola Badmus to drop “Ghetto Bred” and “No” to positive reviews. He and Phyno later did a collabo for the Super Eagles’ World Cup theme song titled, “Dem Go Hear Am”.
On “Criteria”, Olamide continued with the form that has seen him rise to the top of the industry and we have no doubt at all that you will love the song.
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