Olamide is the chairman and CEO of the famous YBNL Nation music record label. From his rise to fame in 2011, he has continuously blessed our Radio, TV Screen and other audio and video devices with his creativity, unique style and superb delivery. Olamide is indeed worthy of all the recommendations and awards given to him.
Below is a list of all Olamide’s songs for every “Badoo” fan out there, who have at one point or the other wondered how many songs the rapper has actually released.
Kana Ft. Wizkid (2018)
Owo Shayo (2018)
Omo Ologo (2018)
Sheevita Juice Ft. Skepta (2018)
Science Student’s (2017)
Oya Dab (2016)
Reggae Blues (2015)
HERE ARE THE ALBUMS OLAMIDE
RAPSODY (2011): This was Olamide’s “I’m here to stay” message. His first studio album was released under his first record label – Coded Tunes.
I’m Going In (ft. Pheelz “Mr Producer”)
Emi Lo Mi
Eni Duro (The hit single)
Responsibility (ft. Adol)
Jara On Top (ft. AB1)
Woman (ft. Jumoke)
Kelegbe (ft. Lord Of Ajasa)
Dirty Rock (ft. B Rock)
Sound Track Of My Life (ft. Soul Joe)
Lift Him High (ft. ID Cabasa)
Legendary Hustler (ft. 9ice and Reminisce)
Omo Toh Shan (ft. Wizkid)
Boys Are Not Smiling (ft. Terry Tha Rap Man)
Tribute To Dagrin
YBNL (2012): Straight after deciding to do his thing his own way, giving birth to the YBNL Nation record label, Olamide releases an album to back it up.
F*cking With The Devil
Lights In The Air (ft. Buckwyla)
Voice Of The Street
Panumo (ft. Davido)
Street Love (ft. Minus 2)
Fuji House (ft. Dammy Krane)
Remember (ft. Kay Switch)
Jesu O Kola
Emotional Blackmail (ft. Kidakudz)
International Local (ft. Tiwa Savage)
First Of All
Industreet (ft. Reminisce & Base 1)
BADDEST GUY EVER LIVETH (2013): Olamide’s third studio Album showed that releasing an album is indeed not as difficult as some artistes portray it to be.
Rep Augbo (ft. Buckwyala)
Skit (ft. Ketchup)
Motivation (feat. Ice Prince, Endia, Pepenazi)
Church (ft. Viktoh)
Sitting On The Throne
Mu Emu (ft. B Banks)
Yemi My Lover
Higher (ft. Bez)
STREET OT (2014): When you decide it’s time for a bit of a change in style and you release an album to prove it, you’re really good.
Oga Nla (ft. Pasuma, Lil Kesh)
The Real MVP
Up In The Club (ft. Viktoh)
Skelemba (ft. Don Jazzy)
Prayer For Client
Bang (ft. Chinko Ekun, Lil Kesh)
In My Circle (ft. Phyno)
100 To Million (ft. Viktoh, Chinko Ekun)
Story For The Gods
Hustle Loyalty Respect (ft. Reminisce)
Possible (ft. B Banks)
Usain Bolt P (ft. Lil Kesh, Chuka, Pepenazi, Chinko Ekun)
2 KINGS (2015): Olamide (King of the West) teams up with Phyno (king of the East) to release one of the sickest collaborative album.
Ladi (ft. Lil Kesh)
God Be With Us
Confam Ni (ft. Wizkid)
Carry Me Go (ft. Stormrex)
For My city
EYAN MAYWEATHER (2016): This is the fifth and most recent album of the talented artiste. The curios case about this album was why Olamide decided not to feature anyone.
Where The Man?
Boom Boom Boom
LAGOS NAWA (2017): That’s is not even the most spectacular thing about the album. Remember Tupac, under the name Makaveli, recorded and perfected his The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory album in seven days?
And if you are expecting him to go hard on this album, you will be disappointed. You will have to contend with Olamide singing on the album.
But there are Wo and Wo Spiritual to cushion the effect of that disappointment.
Already rumoured to be working on something, there’s really no stopping this guy in the Nigerian music industry (or ‘industreet’ as he’ll prefer to call it).
Fe Nu Shey Street
Bend It Over (Ft. Reminisce & Timaya)
Mo Je Dodo
Everyday Is Not A Christmas
On A Must Buzz (Ft. Phyno)
Fine Fine Girls (Ft. Tiwa Savage)