Biography Of Olamide and Net Worth
Name: Olamide Adedeji
Born: 15 March 1989
Olamide Adedeji popularly known as Olamide or Olamide Baddo or Baddo sneh is born 15 March 1989, is a rapper in Nigeria that raps mostly in Yoruba, and also English. Olamide blew in the industry around 2011 with a debut studio album Rapsodi, then after he did YBNL, which was an instant hit.
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Most especially the singles “First of All”, “Voice of the Street”, “Stupid Love”, and “Ilefo Illuminati”, Baddest Guy Ever Liveth was released after, making it his third album and this was also an hit. The album’s singles include, two hit, durosoke and Yemi My Lover, which both did well. Olamide over the years have bagged endowment deals.
Olamide Adedeji popularly called Olamide or Baddo sneh was born in Bariga, Lagos on the 15th of March, 1989. Olamide started his career when he released the hit single, “Eni Duro,” in 2010, where it became an instant hit, the song was loved by the Street and received a lot of accolades, it is probably the song that brought Olamide to the limelight. Olamide is known to have studied at Tai solarin University of Education.
Olamide who is the boss of ybnl was formally signed to ID Cabasa’s Coded Tunes record label and was managed by Toni Payne. In 2012, he left Coded Tunes and started his own record label YBNL Nation which has over the years groomed upcoming artists into superstar.
Olamide’s first album Rapsodi was released in 2011, with the hit single “Omo To Shan” which toped charts and playlist of radio station and television shows in Nigeria and west africa, the album could be seen to have featured A list Nigerian artist including in no particular order Wizkid, Reminisce who is also a rapper and ID cabada.
Recognition: Awards and Nominations
Olamide got his first nomination for the song WO, for best street hop rapper at 2018 headies. The glory was also nominated for best Album at the headies in the same year. Himself was nominated for artist of the year in the same 2018 headies. WO also another two nominations that year including song of the year and Headies’ Viewer’s Choice.
Olamide has been in a long time relationship with Aisha his girlfriend, Aisha Suleiman, their relationship is believed to have started since 2014, long before Olamide became a mega superstar in the Nigerian music industry.
Even after the fame both Olamide and his girlfriend have been going stronger and stronger and the public and fans alike have been kept up to date on the relationship visible with the loved-up pictures and videos of the couples which are posted every now and then on social media.
Tho not yet married, Olamide has officially engaged her after her proposed to her in 2016 on her birthday. Olamide and his girlfriend have a son together named Batifeori Maximilliano Adedeji who was born on the 30th of January 2016 in Lagos, and fans and other celebrities wished him well and congratulated the couples.
One aspect that makes Olamide distinct from other artists in the region is his style of music, which is always controversial. Other than being a new breed of rap, he is also known to be quite outspoken when delivering his lyrics, most especially in Yoruba language. Tho full of controversial rap, Olamide has over the years produced hit songs with his controversial music.
Fans and critics may view Olamide as an arrogant rapper. This is possibly attributed to his hard-hitting controversial lyrics, which often do not go down so well with other music lovers. Olamide all along has always been controversial in his song and lifestyle.
Olamide is said to be worth $12million and there are speculation he could be worth more than that. Olamide doesn’t disappoint when it comes to the brand of cars he owns and flunt. Olamide is said to have gotten 5 brands of luxurious cars with which he cruises town with and flex.
They are Toyota Camry of N4 million, Range Rover Sports of N15 million, Range Rover V8, and Mercedes-Benz G Class popularly called G-Wagon; of N23 million. Olamide is also known to own expensive properties in Lekki, Ajah and high land areas of Lagos state.