Olamide Adedeji (born 15 March 1989), known by his stage name Olamide but popularly called Olamide Baddo or BaddoSneh, is a Nigerian hip hop recording

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BaddoOlamide on the set of his "Sitting on The Throne" music video shoot in January 2014Background informationBirth nameOlamide AdedejiBorn (1989-03-15) 15 March 1989 (age 30)
Bariga, Lagos State, NigeriaGenresHip hopOccupation(s)InstrumentsVocalsYears active2011–presentLabelsYBNL NationAssociated acts

Olamide Adedeji (born 15 March 1989), known by his stage name Olamide but popularly called Olamide Baddo or BaddoSneh, is a Nigerian hip hop [1] recording artist.[2] He records mostly in Yoruba, his native tongue. In 2011, he released his debut studio album Rapsodi while signed to Coded Tunes. YBNL, his follow-up album, was released under his label imprint YBNL Nation. The album was supported by the singles "First of All", "Voice of the Street", "Stupid Love", and "Ilefo Illuminati". On 7 November 2013, he released his third studio album Baddest Guy Ever Liveth. The album's singles include "Durosoke" and "Yemi My Lover". On 17 July 2013, Olamide became the first Nigerian to sign an endorsement deal with Cîroc.[3] Olamide has been nominated and won several music awards, including multiple Nigeria Entertainment Awards and The Headies Awards. In 2014 Chiori Daniel Cole a rep of Achievas Entertainment Limited and Right Entertanment now known as TEC started the movement to see him hold his first ever concert [4] , which is one of the biggest concerts OLIC (OLAMIDE LIVE IN CONCERT) he is the first person to sell out the Eko Convention Center four in the year 2014, 2015[5],2016[6] and 2018[7], in 2017 he sold [8] out the Teslim Balogun Stadium holding over 12000 persons. He has also sold out the Eventim Apollo of 5000 capacity [9] , He also sold out his Culture Tour alongside Phyno at the building six The O2 Arena in 2017[10]

Contents Early life and musical beginning

Olamide was born in Bariga, Lagos State on the 15th of March, 1989. In 2000, he decided to pursue a career in music. When asked why music, he said: "I found out I was gifted in it so I had to explore it. It's my life, my hustle, my world". In 2010, Olamide released ‘Eni Duro’ under the Coded Tunes record label which he was signed unto at the time. The song received nationwide critical acclaim and instantly shot Olamide to limelight.[11] In 2010, Olamide performed at The Hip Hop World Awards.[2] He studied at Tai Solarin University of Education.[12] In 2011, he released his debut studio album titled Rapsodi.

Music career Olamide performing at the first edition of his OLIC concert.

He was signed to ID Cabasa's Coded Tunes record label and was managed by Toni Payne.[2] In 2012, he left Coded Tunes and started his own record label YBNL Nation.[13]


Olamide's debut album Rapsodi was released in 2011. Its lead single "Eni Duro" charted on several radio stations in Lagos and across Nigeria. Olamide's debut offering led to collaborations with numerous artists, including Wizkid, ID Cabasa, 9ice, Reminisce and D'banj.[citation needed]


Olamide's second studio album YBNL was released in November 2012. Its production was handled by Tyrone (producer), Samklef, 2 Kriss, Pheelz and ID Cabasa. The album features guest appearances from Davido, Tiwa Savage, Kayswitch, Dammy Krane, Reminisce, Samklef, Buckwylla, Minus 2 and Base One. It was supported by the singles "Ilefo Illuminati", "First of All", "Stupid Love" and "Voice of the Street".[14]

Improbable record deal with DB records

In May 2013, it was reported that Olamide signed a record deal with DB Records. Olamide took to Twitter to debunk the reports.[15] In an interview with Toolz on NdaniTV's The Juice, he said that it is too late for anyone to sign him.[16] .

Discography Main article: Olamide discography Studio albums Collaborative albums Awards and nominations This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. Year Event Prize Recipient Result Ref 2018 The Headies Best Street-Hop Artiste Wo Nominated Best Rap Album The Glory Nominated Artiste of the Year Himself Nominated Song of the Year Wo Nominated Headies' Viewer's Choice Nominated [17] 2016 Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEAs) Album of the Year Eyan Mayweather Won [18] Rap Act of the Year Himself Won 2015 City People Entertainment Awards Rap Artist of the Year Himself Won The Headies 2015 Best Street-Hop Artiste Won Artiste of The Year Won Best Pop Single "Bobo" Nominated TooXclusive Awards 2015 Certified Banger of The Year Shakiti Bobo Won Video Wonder of The Year Melo Melo Won Artiste of The Year Himself Won Male Artiste of The Year Himself Won Best Street Hop Track Shakiti Bobo Nominated 'Reggae Blues'

(HarrySong featuring Olamide, KCee, Iyanya & Orezi)

Nominated 'Ladi'

(Olamide & Phyno featuring Lil Kesh)

Nominated Best Hip-Hop Track 'Local Rappers'

(Reminisce featuring Olamide & Phyno)

Won Mixtape of The Year '2 Kings'

(Olamide & Phyno)

Won Album of The Year Street OT Won 2014 The Headies 2014 Artiste of the Year Himself Nominated Best Rap Album Baddest Guy Ever Liveth Won Album of the Year Won Best Rap Single "Dope Money"
(featuring Phyno) Nominated 2014 Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted West "Turn Up" Won [19] 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Best Rap Act of the Year Himself Nominated [20] MTV Africa Music Awards 2014 Best Hip Hop Nominated [21] City People Entertainment Awards Musician of the Year (Male) Nominated [22] Rap Artiste of the Year Nominated Most Popular Song of the Year "Eleda Mi" Nominated Rap Album of the Year Baddest Guy Ever Liveth Nominated World Music Awards World's Best Male Artist Himself Nominated [23] World's Best Live Act Nominated World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated 2013 Nigeria Music Video Awards Video of the Year "Durosoke" Nominated [24] Best Afro Hip Hop Video Won The Headies 2013 Song of the Year Nominated [25] Best Street Hip-Hop Artiste Won Best Rap Single Nominated "Ghost Mode"
(Phyno featuring Olamide) Nominated Artiste of the Year Himself Nominated Lyricist on the Roll "Voice of the Streets" Nominated Best Rap Album YBNL Won Album of the Year Won 2013 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Best Album of the Year Won [26] Best Rap Act of the Year Himself Nominated [27] Music Video of the Year "Voice of the Street" Nominated Best Indigenous Artiste Himself Won [26] Best Collabo "Ghost Mode"
(Phyno featuring Olamide) Won 2012 The Headies 2012 Hip Hop World Revelation of the Year Himself Nominated [28] Best Rap Single "Young Erikina" Nominated Best Rap Album Rapsodi Nominated 2011 The Headies 2011 Next Rated Himself Nominated See also References
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