Olamide Biography, Age and Wiki
One of Afrobeats’ most prominent ambassadors, Olamide Gbenga Adedeji (born March 15, 1989), has contributed to the development of the genre’s culture on a global scale.
The top Nigerian artist, also known by the stage names Olamide or Olamide Baddo, performs as a singer, rapper, and music executive.
Olamide, who specializes in Yoruba rap, became well-known after his hugely popular debut studio album, Raspodi, was released in 2011. He then released YBNL, a fantastic album that features hit singles like Stupid Love, Voice Of The Street, and Ilefo Illuminati.
Olamide’s career began to take off while he was still affiliated with ID Cabasa’s Coded Tunes Records. In 2011, he released Raspodi, his commercially successful debut album under Coded Tunes. Omo To Shan, the album’s lead single, helped establish Olamide as the new king of Indigenous Rap (Yoruba). The song also paved the way for more incredible industry partnerships with well-known artists like D’banj, Reminisce, 9ice, and Wizkid.
Olamide’s sophomore album, Yahoo Boy No Laptop (YBNL), was recorded and released in 2013 with the help of producers ID Cabasa, Samklef, Pheelz, and 2kriss. Some of the most respectable artists in the business, including Dammy Krane, Kayswitch, Davido, Tiwa Savage, and Reminisce, collaborated on the project.
Olamide Record Label
Olamide Adedeji founded the Yahoo Boy No Laptop (YBNL) Nation Label as a free record label in 2012. The name is colloquial and refers to a young man who brings in money legally. Numerous artists were noted by the label, including Fireboy DML, Chinko Ekun, Adekunle Gold, Lil Kesh, and D J Enimoney. The label is still home to Fireboy DML and other artists even though Adekunle Gold, Lil Kesh, Chinko Ekun, Lyta, Limerick, Picazo Rhap, and Yomi Blaze have all but disappeared.
It won the City People Entertainment Award in 2016 with the highest record mark of the year.
Olamide Net Worth
Olamide, the singer of Eni Duro, has advanced from being one of the nation’s top musical acts to one of its most important music executives.
In addition to the money he earns from his music career, YBNL Records, where he invested, has given him high returns.
Olamide’s estimated net worth is therefore between $30 million and $50 million.