YBNL’s main main and hit maker Olamide is back with another tune. Baddo titles this one Sterling and its the theme song for Sterling Bank as they just signed him as brand ambassador for their Sterling Environmental & Makeover (STEM) brand.
The company revealed this via their official Twitter account on Friday putting up the above photo of Olamide with the Bank’s MD/CEO Yemi Adeola & the Chief Marketing Officer, Henry Bassey.
With the audio and video for Summer Body featuring Davido still making waves with its infectious hook, Olamide is dropping more vibes for y’all to bump to this summer
Wale releases the official visuals to his latest single “Fine Girl” featuring Nigerian hit makers, Davido and Olamide. The joint is off his recently released “SHINE” album which is doing well by all counts.
The video is directed by Patrick Elis, starring Chief Obi. Guest appearances include Samklef, Kelvin Boj.
YBNL boss and hot making Indigenous Rapper Olamide drops off a brand new collaboration which was followed by the official visuals which was shot in Miami, Florida, A visuals shot professionally by Joe Young Spike who has worked with an endless lists of American top acts like Gucci Mane, Pnb Rock, Rick Ross Amigos, and many more.
In a bid to keep up with the good momentum after recording huge success already from his previously released Hit singles respectively, Olamide Baddo breaks the ice to kill the curiosity of his lovely fans as he makes a huge return with yet another certified Hit this summer lending the prolific prowess of Africa’s leading act of the moment, “Davido” and the jam is dubbed “Summer Body”
The unmatched combination of “Baddo and the “Baddest” on a Pheelz produced beat will definitely take you away and beyond as both acts gave a 100 to make it a total shutdown.
Olamide & Davido have been showing up on recently, The two long lasting hit makers had so far collaborated on “Panumo”, “The Money”, “Fine Girl” with Wale and here comes “Summer Body” Forget,
This is a summer litt!!!
Pick up the audio below and enjoy the visuals just after
With no waste of time, Nigerian music act, Kcee, shares the official music video to his Olamide assisted banger titled “We Go Party”.
The groovy highlife themed song was produced by Mystro is the latest offering from the Five Star Music leading act. Kcee is known for crafting catchy hooks and melodious tunes so enjoy this new one.
YBNL boss, Olamide unleashes the visuals to his recently released banger titled ‘Wavy Level‘
The video is filled with swag, attitude and all you might expect from an Olamide video, but it was shorter than I expected. Maybe it was done for us to want more or whoever uploaded it, uploaded the video with the wrong length.
Windeck Crooner Cabo Snoop may just be back in the game again, after three years of not releasing any new song, the Angolan Superstar is back with his first English/Pidgin song few weeks after the release of Skolo by Swazzi ft him which is Currently topping chart. Awaa featuring Olamide is a mid tempo song written by Swazzi, produced by Femkeyz and Mixed/Mastered by Swaps.
Ahortly After the release of the audio , Cabo Snoop served up the official music video for the tune directed by Avalon Okpe.
One will agree with the Orobo crooner who has been consistent enough to release an album every year from Rapsodi (2011) to YBNL (2012), Baddest Guy Ever Liveth (2013), Street OT (2014), 2 Kings with Phyno (2015) & Eyan Mayweather (2015), The Glory (2016).
However, in an interview with Sunday Scoop, Olamide says he laughs when he hears people say that he would run out of music.
In his words; Whenever people say things like that, I just laugh. Talent comes from God and if you have it, then you have it. Even as I’m chatting with you, I can get inspiration for a song and I would immediately note it in my mind. As long as life exists and things happen on earth, I will always have the inspiration to sing. Music is life and life is music. If I were to release all the songs I have ever recorded, they would scatter the whole place. I work in the studio everyday and there are many songs I have recorded that I am yet to release as singles or in albums.
Relevance remains key in the industry and Baddo Sneh has decided to share what keeps him pretty much relevant;
Most importantly the grace of God that has kept me. I don’t do this by my power or might. I also go with the flow and keep my ears on the ground. I know about the new slangs that are spoken on the streets and sometimes, I turn them into songs, which resonate with people because they can identify with the content of the song.