YBNL’s front line artist and CEO, Olamide adds another feather to his cap with this new record titled “C.Ronaldo” produced by veteran on the keys, ID Cabasa.
Issa banger 🔥🔥
Off Olamide‘s recent album ‘Lagos Nawa’, here is one of the smashing jam in the album and this one is titled – Say Say Maley.
It’s track 8 on the album.
Listen & Download “Olamide – Say Say Maley” below:-
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An adage says to whom much is given, much is normal. From 2010 when he discharged his presentation single “Eni Duro” till this minute, Olamide Baddo has been getting a charge out of undying adoration from the road. Obviously, it is protected to state that the road made him the Baddo that he is today. While trying to offer back to the road, he has helped an entire loads of crude gifts in the city to get truly necessary acknowledgment in the music business. Here is the rundown of artistes Olamide has helped their profession:
1. Lil Kesh
He was only a road kid doing freestyles around optional schools in Lagos before he got an experience with Baddo with the assistance of his companion Viktoh. Olamide marked him up to YBNL and now Lil Kesh has developed so sufficiently huge to buoy his own record name “YAGI” after lapse of an effective record manage YBNL.
2. Adekunle Gold
The year 2015 was the year Adekunle Gold began carrying on with the life of a star after Olamide Baddo got him joined to YBNL as the main artist on the mark. Today, the Sade crooner can just express gratitude toward God and Olamide for what he has accomplished so far in the business.
The Tinny Entertainment act, YCee came into spotlight by dropping a major hit track titled “Jagaban”. In spite of this hit single, YCee was all the while thinking that its difficult to manage his recently discovered road cherish. After four months when he remixed the melody with Baddo.
He got his enormous break into the music business after a sticking cooperation with Olamide Baddo on the melody “Woss Wobi”. The melody effectively turned into a web sensation due to the nearness of Baddo on it which makes it simple for fans to become hopelessly enamored with the remarkable style of “CDQ Yeeye”.
Honestly, Olamide assumed an immense part in Phyno’s example of overcoming adversity in the music business. As a capable yoruba indigenous rapper, Olamide effectively utilized his officially settled brand to present Phyno as another capable Igbo indigenous rapper.
Tracks like Ghost Mode, Dope cash and numerous other hit collabos that Phyno had with Olamide at the early phase of his profession made him a Big Star that he is today.
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