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Temmie Ovwasa Vows to Surpass Former Boss Olamide’s Wealth

Former YBNL signee, Temmie Ovwasa has stated that she will become richer than her former record label boss, Olamide in the future.
She stated this while slamming Nigerians for ridiculing her music career.
While ranting on social media, she revealed that beyond what they see, she is actually very rich with many landed properties to her name.
She listed out the various acquisitions she owns, and added that that same ‘dead’ career had taken her to Europe and is still taking her places.
Temmie Ovwasa added that in a few years to come, she would be catching up financially with the man who formerly signed her, Olamide.
“In a couple of years, the man that signed me, that is making you people chat this shit, I will be catching up with him financially. because I realize you people do not like it when people keep quiet and mind their business,” she said.
Check out reactions that followed:
@Oyin_dml1952 said: “We are all allowed to dream sha”
@mic_clothier commented: “As if that one concern baddoo so far baddoo no go bankrupt…
If she like make she get money pass Elon”
@0xmichd asked: “Why her voice come dey shake”
@JesseGo84063591 stated: “Omo I no believe no be one Artist spend 10 years trying to catch up with Wiz now he has extended it to 20 years. I’d be here 🤣🤣🤣”
@Donaldnottrump0 commented: “Lol couple of years.. Keep dreaming, something wey never happen, you could be blind in a couple months”
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Lojay Names His Top 4 African Artists

Popular Nigerian singer/songwriter, Lojay has listed his top 4 African artists.

In a recent interview with Capital Xtra, the ‘Monalisa’ crooner and his co-interviewee were asked about their favorite artists and producers across Africa.

The co-interviewee named Sarz, Don Jazzy, Maphorisa, and Pheelz as his top music producers. When Lojay was asked to name his top four African artists, he chose Davido, Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Olamide.

See reactions to his list below;

Ayomide stated: “hahah Lojay is so ungrateful”

miraclejoe said: “He Sharpp ❤️❤️any other ones are new cats 😂😭”

genius noted: “Nah why Sarkodie cry out the other time”

Dinho wrote: “Sarz go sabi guide well well”

diamonddemola stated; “This is a disrespect to shizzi”

EmiNiyen said: “To prevent getting dragged, u either ignore the question and mention the 4 OGs but we all know who he stans”

Ja’aime Olawale said: “This one no one offend any fan base. Omo ogbon”

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Olamide Is A Genius, He Wrote 49-99 For Me – Tiwa Savage Reveals

Nigerian female singer, Tiwa Savage has referred to her colleague, Olamide as a musical genius, stating that his pen game is top notch.

She disclosed that he wrote her hit song ”49-99”, while reflecting on their collaboration experiences.

She praised him for his ability to write for both singers and rappers.

The “Somebody Son” crooner also noted that Olamide is one of the most talented artists she has worked with in the studio.

See reactions to her disclosure below;

Iampelumi said: “She said it all. Olamide is a genius and a star maker”

TIMELESS said: “Make I go listen to the song in Baddo voice”

Stretch wrote: “Olamide isn’t rated enough, Baddo na Baba”

Princess Angela said: “We have cancelled Olamide long time ago for disrespecting a fan in Texas”

Dezy.banz wrote: “ID cabasa wasn’t lying when he said “lamba no fit finish for baddo mouth” olamide even writes for artists signed to him he has credits on asake songs lol”

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Before Olamide made room for me, I used to perform for N200.

Renowned street rapper Olamide has received praise from controversial musician Portable.

He said that Olamide was a major factor in his success and notoriety.

On TikTok, Portable thanked Olamide and acknowledged that Olamide had changed his life.

When thinking back on his rise from the slums to fame, Portable recalled how, before to the rapper’s intervention, he would play at events for a little N200.

“I went to London to collaborate with the best rapper in the UK, and it’s all thanks to Olamide,” he claimed, adding that he would have remained homeless otherwise. He assured me that I would succeed even if no one had faith in me. And it’s bigger than I could have imagined.

“I hold Olamide in the highest regard as a boss.” He gave me his sponsorship without expecting anything in return. The only man in the music business who has shown me love is Olamide.

“God blessed me through Olamide, who cleared the path for me. I used to perform for N200 and am from the streets, but I am grateful that Olamide was sent to me.

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Why I Rejected Record Deals With Olamide, Akon’s Brother – Mr Eazi

Famous singer and entrepreneur Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, aka Mr Eazi has opened up that he rejected offers from Nigerian rapper and CEO of YBNL Nation, Olamide, and ace American singer Akon’s younger brother, Abou “Bu” Thiam, the executive vice president of Columbia Records.
According to him, the duo approached him separately to join their record labels when he began his music career but he declined because he hadn’t figured out what he was doing and also wanted his “freedom”.
Mr Eazi spoke in the latest episode of the Afrobeats Intelligence Podcast hosted by Joey Akan.
He said, “I remember going for ‘Ghana Meets Naija in Ghana. And that was where I met Olamide. He tried to sign me to his record label. He offered me a deal. Somebody else had also tried to sign me. Bu [Abou Thiam], Akon’s brother was the first person who tried to sign me.
“I declined because then I haven’t even figured out what I was doing. It was too early to sign. So, I didn’t sign to Bu.
“When Olamide gave me a deal, I knew that I hadn’t totally understood the business or what I was even doing so I declined. Everything was just happening so fast. One thing I knew was that I wanted my freedom.”
Mr Eazi also revealed in the interview that Jay-Z’s record label, ROC Nation, wanted to sign his hit song ‘Skin Tight’ but Wizkid “told me to do the deal only if they offer life changing money”.
”In reality to where I was in my life, the money they offered would have been interpreted as life changing money. But to me because of where I thought I was going, I didn’t think it was life changing money. So, I didn’t accept the deal,” he added.

Dj Phrowsh drops ‘Reborn Mixtape Vol 1’ featuring 9ninelitty Eazy9ja

Abubakar Oduwusi popularly known as Dj Phrowsh described his new mixtape titled REBORN as a new dawn for him after he recently got signed to BaseonBelieve Management.

Dj Phrowsh
Dj Phrowsh

The Ikorodu born disc jockey featured the hottest songs in the country on the mixtape and he introduced a couple of new artistes on the 35 track tape like one of the fast rising artistes from his hood Eazy9ja who is also signed to Baseonbelieve Management and 9ninelitty a graduate of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomosho.

Track List


Mohbad_Beast & peace
felt kuti_Sorry sorry
Seyi vibez_Trumpet
Asake_Lonely at the top
Burna boy_Yababulu
Shallipopi_Ex convict
Mayorkun_Nack remix
Kiss Daniel_Unleash
9ninelitty_Cant see you
Asake_I Believe
Seyi vibez_Migos
Seyi vibez X Burna boy_Giza
Mavins record_Overdose
Kiss daniel_Shu Peru
Spyro_Who is your guy?
Seyi vibez_Flakky
Young jonn_Sharpally
Seyi vibez_Jajo
Aura starr_Stability
Dj phrowsh_Jerusalem remix
Portable_Am not a prisoner

REBORN mixtape Vol 1 was perfectly curated to make listeners feel good and it is available on Audiomack for download.


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Why I Didn’t Sign Omah Lay – Olamide

Olamide Adedeji, the popular Nigerian rapper and music executive, who is simply known as Olamide, has opened up on why he didn’t sign singer Omah Lay to his YBNL Nation label.

The YBNL boss said he wanted to sign Omah Lay in the early days of his career, but the singer informed him that he already had a contract with another label.

Baddo, as he is fondly called, disclosed this in an interview with British-Nigerian media personality Adesope Olajide, aka Shopsydoo.

Olamide said, “Somebody sent me Omah Lay’s song, ‘Bad Influence,’ I had to like search for him on Instagram. I messaged him that I want to sign him but he told me that he got a [recording] deal already.”

The rapper also revealed that he was depressed for about four years after running out of hit songs.

He, however, said he got his “swag back” after releasing hits like ‘Wo’ and ‘Motigbana.’

“Till date, songs like WO, MOTIGBANA, are like magic to me. I thought I could never get myself again. I was going crazy,” he said.

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Olamide, Do2dtun, Other Celebrities Mourn Late Singer, Mohbad

Nigerian celebrities have taken to social media to mourn late singer, Ilerioluwa Olademeji Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad.
Recall that he died on Tuesday evening at the age of 27.
Reacting to the demise, popular On Air Personality, Do2dtun shared the picture of their last moment together.
He wrote: “Mohbad. This was just two days ago.”
Singer Iyanya in a post on his X handle wrote: “RIP Mohbad your Journey on Earth will never be forgotten. May God receive you in His Holy Hands.”
BBNaija reality star and media personality, Natacha Akide, popularly known as Tacha in a post on X wrote: “MohBad, Life is just too short. Mohbad was just on the Big Friday show with me last month. This news is heavy and I still can’t believe it.”
Singer Olamide, sharing a heart broken emoji, wrote: “Damn! Mohbad.”
CKay in a post on his official X wrote: “No one should have to go through this. RIP Mohbad.”
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What Motivated Me To Start My Record Label – Olamide Reveals

Olamide, one of Nigeria’s most successful and popular rappers, has revealed that ‘Sapa’ inspired his record label YBNL Nation, adding he didn’t want to spend unnecessarily and extravagantly.


The artiste decided to reinvest into the music business for wealth recycling.

The YBNL boss, who has signed artistes like Lil Kesh, Fireboy DML, Adekunle Gold, Viktoh, Davolee and several others, revealed in an interview with Nandi Madida of Apple Music’s Africa Now Radio, how he decided to make it his passion for music a business.

Speaking to the host, he said: “The world was in love with my stuff, (and) I was grateful for that. But, I also felt it was time to make sure I reinvested in that same thing that was making people love and appreciate me. It used to be just about passion, but I figured it was high time I stepped up, reinvested and made it a proper business.

“I set up my own record label and started signing artistes because I did not want all that money to just go wasting on ‘ballin’ (having fun). All that money had to go back into the business. That was how the whole thing started.”

Talking about his forthcoming ‘Unruly’ tour, the YBNL CEO said: “I think the last time I was on stage was last year at Mr Money (Asake)’s concert in London, United Kingdom. But, this December, I will be having my concert in Nigeria. Also, I will be going on tour next summer to the United States of America and Europe. I am going to be back on the road.

“My fans have been asking me to ‘come outside’. And now, I am ready. I have been on the ground, trying to put in work and get my stuff together, because the new wave is so crazy right now, and one has to figure out a way to be in tune with the times, which is not easy. So, I have been working on that for so long. That’s why it took me so long.”

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Olamide Is My Favourite Nigerian Artiste, He Inspires Me – Osimhen

Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen has named Olamide as his favourite artiste.
The 2022/23 Serie A winner added that Olamide inspires him.
Osimhen made this known in an interview with Pooja Media.
According to Osimhen, listening to past hits from the YBNL boss before matches always inspires him.
“First of all like during my spare time after lunch we are relaxing for like two, three hours before the final meeting to get to the stadium, I listen to Olamide’s rap he’s done in recent years that is inspirational to me. Olamide is my best musician actually in Nigeria, I use to listen to him I have his playlist.
“Then after before I go for the team meeting I say my prayers and when we are in the bus I use to listen to Nas and Damian Marley’s ‘Only The Strong Survive’.
“When I listen to these songs I always put it in my head that I’m going for war everytime, when I’m playing I’m going for war. It’s not like I’m going there to die or someone is going to die but I feel like only the strong means I want to win I don’t want to lose.
“These are the songs that I actually listen to that really psych me up.“
Osimhen guided Napoli to their first Serie A title since 1990.
The 24-year-old won the golden boot award after scoring 26 goals in the Italian topflight.