Olamide Badoo for taking him from grass to grace.igerian singer, Akintunde Timileyin, aka TI Blaze, has expressed utmost gratitude to the YBNL boss,
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that Olamide has been mentioned multiple times by many singers for being their backbone in the entertainment industry.
TI Blaze, who is known for his hit single ‘Sometimes’ featuring Olamide, took to the image-sharing platform, Instagram, to count his blessings.
Sharing a photo of his new car and house, TI Blaze stated that all credits go to Badoo for making his dream come true.
“Went from GRASS to GRACE … I’m thankful oh lord. Big Congratulations to myself…. New crib, New Ride! Olamide Badoo I love you till eternity!” he wrote.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that Olamide is one of the biggest and most influential artists in Africa. He records in Yoruba and English. 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 “Yahoo Boy No Laptop” aka 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.
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 “I lefo Illuminati”, “First of All”, “Stupid Love” and “Voice of the Street”
Olamide announced on 16 March 2021 that he was done working on another album. On 18 April, he announced the album UY Scuti, which was released on 18 June. Olamide mentioned that his son was the inspiration on why he titled the album UY Scuti.
On 5 February 2022 Olamide hinted at retirement after the release of his 12th studio album.