A humble beginning it was, a humble beginning he narrates. It wasn’t so rosy for Olamide the YBNL boss it was a rough path to stardom for him.
Despite becoming a big star in Nigeria, the hustling spirit is still spelt out in Daddy Miliano as he never relents from churning out hits upon hits without letting the previous ones fade out. This assumption is well explained in his last three tracks.
While Shakiti Bobo was still making fans go gaga, he released Melo Melo still trying to familiarize with Melo Melo, Lagos Boys follow suit. Real hustle it is for Baddo.
In the Quest to support #TheDanceCamp movement an initiation put in place by Nigerian dance queen, Kaffy, Olamide put up a picture on Instagram with a short biography-like caption. The singer spoke about how tough the journey was growing up in Bariga a suburban in Lagos and becoming the YBNL boss.
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Two days ago, Olamide supported the struggle of his colleague in the industry, D’Banj by throwing his weight behind his Koko Garri brand.