Olamide shares how his collaboration with Wizkid made things easier

  • My collaboration with Wizkid made things easier for me – Olamide

  • Olamide talks about the benefits of working with Wizkid.

Olamide shares how his collaboration with Wizkid made things easier
Olamide shares how his collaboration with Wizkid made things easier

Olamide Adedeji has acknowledged that his collaboration with Wizkid was beneficial to him at the beginning of his career.

The boss made the statement during an interview on Apple Music Africa when he reflected on their friendly connection.

Olamide stated that at the he cooperated with Wizkid, he had left his record company, Coded Tunes, therefore it was Wiz and his previous boss, Banky W, founder of EME, who were backing him.

According to the ‘Wo‘ singer, the collaboration gave him an advantage and made things easier for him in the industry.

Between 2009 and 2010, when Wizkid and Olamide first began to see success in their individual music careers, there existed a particular bond that made the two artists the pinnacle of the perfect “friendship” in the industry.

It may be recalled that Big Wiz and Baddo worked together on the song “Omo Toh Shan” when he just left Coded Tunes to stand alone.

They would later collaborate on the 2018 song, “” and again in 2019 for ID Cabasa’s “Totori“. They also have other collaborations that weren’t released officially like “Confam” released in 2015, and “Ebelebe” among others.


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In similar news, street-hop singer, Ahmed Ololade also known as Asake recently spoke on how Olamide signed him to Nation.

He said that before he got signed to Olamide’s nation, it took years of dedication toward achieving his heart desire.

Speaking in an interview with Cool FM, Asake revealed that he’s been sending messages to Olamide since 2020 but the label boss didn’t respond to any of his texts.

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