Olamide’s Biography: Wiki Facts, Songs, Birthday, Child, Wife, Net Worth, Albums, Girlfriend, Pictures, Family, Record Label And More…
Olamide Gbenga Adedeji (born March 15, 1989) is one of Afrobeats’ biggest ambassadors, who has helped shape the genre’s culture in the global scene.
Known professionally by the monikers, Olamide or Olamide Baddo, the leading Nigerian artiste wears the hat of a singer, rapper, and music executive.
Specializing in indigenous rap (Yoruba), Olamide rose to stardom with the release of his highly successful debut studio album, Raspodi, in 2011. He followed it up by dropping another great album titled YBNL, which is home to hit singles like S****d Love, Voice Of The Street, and Ilefo Illuminati.
The talented artiste who raps in both Yoruba and English is the founder and owner of YBNL Records, which has produced other music stars like Lil Kesh, Fireboy DML, Adekunle Gold, Lyta, Limerick, Temmie Ovwasa, Chinko Ekun, Yomi Blaze, Picazo, Asake, and Viktoh.
Olamide Adedeji is a famous Nigerian lyricist and indigenous hip-hop rapper. He is prominently called ‘Olamide Baddo’, ‘Baddo Sneh’ or basically ‘Olamide’.
He established the YBNL Nation, a free record name where a few top Nigerian Music Stars marked under its engraving. Olamide sings in his local language, Yoruba, and he is an honor-winning Nigerian rapper.