See the list of Olamide’s songs that we will continue to remember him for.
Veteran rapper; Olamide Adedeji aka Badoo Sneh, has successfully built a legacy with some of his hit songs.
.These songs are unfading and will continue to remind us of the King of the streets.
See the list below;
1) First of all.
The indigenous rapper released “First of all”, in 2012. The song became an anthem at that time, as this was during the “Azonto craze” era. “First of all” was 2012’s main jam as the day wasn’t complete without this tune.
“Durosoke” which was released in 2013 was coined from a Yoruba word which means “Stay up”. The song was also produced by Pheelz and had massive airplay from the moment it dropped. It was the lead single off his third studio album; “Baddest guy ever Liveth”.
3) Turn up.
This is a follow up of “Durosoke“, also off his third album; “Baddest guy ever liveth“, the song was also produced by Pheelz.
4) Eleda Mi
Olamide rounded off 2013 with “Eleda Mi”, another track from his third album. 2013 was a great year for the singer as he dropped hits back to back. The song was simply a prayer to God, asking for blessings,
5) Story for the gods.
Olamide released this hit single titled “Bobo” on May 2, 2015, off his fifth studio album; “Eyan Mayweather“. The song was a massive tune that year as it also promoted a popular dance step as at then; “Shakti Bobo”. To date, people still dance to this song once played.
7) Melo Melo.
This was Olamide’s first attempt on a classic love song a trust me, it was a successful one. The song was released in June 2016 after Bobo in London. This very creative afro ballad was also produced by Phleez
8) Who you Epp.
The freestyle which was produced by “Shizzi” was released in 2016. This was during Olamide’s tour in the US. Wande coal and fellow rapper; Phyno were also featured on the song. The song went so viral that it even became a popular slang used by almost everyone.
10) Science student.
The 2018 smash hit titled “Science Student” is one of his biggest hits so far. The song entails that unique” shaku shaku ” that intoxicates you such that, you can’t resist dancing. Olamide also played the role of a moralist in the song as he advises young people against drug abuse.
There you have it, the best of Olamide that will keep him on our minds and playlists for a very long time!!.
One quick question though. What’s your favorite Olamide song which you will never forget?/ Please kindly leave your answers below!!!.