Nigerian Music Star Olamide Finally Reveals Why He Loves Supporting Upcoming Artists
Nigerian musician Olamide has opened up about his climb to the top during a recent interview with Apple Music
The artist revealed that he had to struggle to get to where he is and he’ll help anyone who is on the same part
The “Rock” crooner has been known to help various upcoming artists by giving them a platform on his record label YBNL
Nigerian musician Olamide Adedeji known simply as Olamide or Badoo has opened up about his climb to the top.
During a recent interview with Apple music, the musician revealed that he went through hell before he could become successful as an artist.
The artist has been known to help artists such as Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, and most recently Fireboy DML by offering them a platform on his record label.
The 27-year-old added that if he has an opportunity to help anyone to become successful he won’t hesitate.
Watch our news clip that narrates the entire gist below.
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Badoo has been on the music scene for over a decade since introducing himself with “Eni Duro” in 2010.
Since then, the artist has released 12 studio albums, with the latest one being “UY Scuti”.