Masterkraft shares how Olamide recorded his verse on ‘Fada Fada’ before Phyno
Masterkraft Reveals Olamide Recorded His Verse On ‘Fada Fada’ Before Phyno
Masterkraft shares why Olamide recorded his verse On ‘Fada Fada’ Before Phyno.
Masterkraft has disclosed that rapper Olamide recorded his verse on Fada Fada‘ before Phyno, who owns the song.
Masterkraft revealed in an Instagram live with media personality Adesope Olajide that Phyno told him about the idea which he immediately turned into the beat.
He also mentioned that Olamide had been called by Phyno and that after hearing the beat, Baddo could not wait to record his verse.
“It was like a joke. He (Phyno) just told me about the idea, I sat down, produced the song right there and then.
“He told me that he wants to put Olamide on his song. I said ‘Call him now’.
“Olamide came. Olamide recorded his verse before Phyno.
“Olamide came in, heard the beat, and was like ‘Omo, this beat is too nice, I can’t even wait. Let me start’,” Masterkraft said.
The song was a success and one of 2016’s biggest tracks.
On youtube, the audio has garnered over one million views while the video is over 31 Million views.
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In other news, DJ Spinall has threatened to leak Olamide’s studio album in the same way that he threatened to release Fireboy DML’s “Playboy” album.
Spinall tweeted that he was currently listening to “Monteremo,” an unreleased song by Olamide.
In a subsequent tweet, he said Olamide’s upcoming album is stupid, which in this context indicates remarkable.
Spinall, in another tweet that followed, said that he is contemplating leaking the album to the public.
“I think I will leak this Baddo’s album ! Don’t doubt me!” Spinall tweeted.