6 Freestyles from Olamide that turned into hit songs

    Of course, Olamide Baddo isn’t new to the music industry neither his vibes nor vocals. However, how much of Olamide’s freestyles did you know turned into hit songs?

    5 Freestyles from Olamide that turned into hit songs
    6 Freestyles from Olamide that turned into hit songs

    Here is a list of 6 amazing freestyles from Olamide that have turned into hit songs.


    10 Hit Songs produced by Pheelz

    This is one of Olamide’s greatest hits and frankly, you’d agree with me this song deserves all the accolades it got.

    Produced by Pheelz, it started off as a freestyle and turned out to be one of his best songs so far.


    Who You Epp?

    Olamide – Who You Epp?

    Recall 2016 when Olamide decided to entertain us with the popular slang he Who You Epp on social media? Well, as many know, he turned those words into an amazing song. Started off on social media, ended in the studio! Even with an incomplete verse, Baddo still delivered and set the clubs on fire. Lest I forget, Black Diamond and Phyno added their verses that made it an irresistible vibe.



    Puna – Olamide

    In 2018, the YBNL boss dropped another freestyle dubbed Puna, with production credit from Killertunes. Of course, it was an instant hit from the very first play!



    Wo – Olamide

    The popular Oya Jobi Mummy Wo! Oya Jobi Daddy Wo! Oya Jobi Olowo Wo!… tune can be dated as far back as 2017. You would agree with me that it was the sensation of the year and became a street anthem widely sung.

    Although it was not tagged a freestyle, you would agree that the better parts of lyrics are all freestyles. This doesn’t have to go too far, Olamide is talented enough to do an actual freestyle, and boom a hit is produced.


    Olamide – Baddo Freestyle

    Ever wondered where the nickname “baddo” started gaining ground? Do not look too far, just enjoy this freestyle from Olamide released in 2013.

    Baddest Guy Ever Liveth


    Here is one of the best freestyles from any Nigerian indigenous rappers. Baddest Guy Ever Liveth, which shares the title with Olamide’s third studio album started out as a freestyle.

    In this freestyle which he released in 2013, he jumps on Jay-Z’s Dirt Off Ur shoulder Beat in making this evergreen freestyle.


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