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    Top 10 Songs Olamide was featured on that he delivered.

    Since his entrance into the music scene, Olamide has been one of the most bankable artists when it comes to features- he always knows how to come through on other artists’ songs.

    Top 10 Songs Olamide was featured on that he delivered.
    Top 10 Songs Olamide was featured on that he delivered.

    Olamide has gone from being the young rookie who stole our hearts with “Eni Duro” in 2010 to dishing out hit songs to being one of the influential figures in the rap scene.

    While his own songs are on a different level, we’ll be looking at Nigerian songs on which the Record Label Boss was featured and delivered.



    Vison 2020- Bella Shmurda

    Bella Shmurda Vision 2020 ft. Olamide Mp3 Download
    Vision 2020

    Vision 2020 is a single by Bella Shmurda released initially in 2019 and then a remix in 2020. In the song he talked about the hardship a young person faces in the country, and also the emotional stress he had to go through in a relationship

    Olamide didn’t have to go hard on this song but he did beautifully. The lyrics are easy and simple to rap along with.

    The Money- Davido

    Davido ft Olamide- Money

    In 2015, Olamide teamed up with Davido to release a hustle anthem titled “The Money“. The song which was produced by Kiddominant sees the two artists talk about the importance of money and the power it brings.

    Pim Pim- Dice Ailes

    Dice Ailes Pim Pim ft. Olamide

    This 2020 hit song is basically about a girl who presses Dice’s buttons to who he begs not to do him wrong. It is produced by Cracker Mallo.

    Olamide smoothly breezes through the slow tempo track with rhythmic bars like;

    “The girls dem dey cover me die like agbada
    But I no dey remember their face like lagbaja
    My love is easy bi Temi Otedola
    Mo love e bi politician se love dollar”

    Ghost Mode- Phyno

    Hit Songs Olamide and Phyno have collaborated on
    Ghost Mode

    Ghost Mode‘ was the first time Olamide and Phyno collaborated together but it laid the foundation for a long-term friendship that would translate into numerous hit songs.

    Ghost Mode was a beautiful display of hard bars spotted in Igbo and Yoruba dialects on a hardcore beat. It was Phyno’s breakthrough song. Olamide went hard on the beat and at the same time taking a swipe at trolls.

    Indomie- Masterkraft, CDQ

    Indomie

    Released in 2014, “Indomie” was a street anthem for the all right reasons – A groovy beat created by Masterkraft, a catchy chorus by Olamide and hardcore bars by CDQ and Olamide.



    Issa Goal – Naira Marley

    Issa Goal

    If there is anything Olamide is good at it’s his catchy hooks whether on his song or a feature and that’s what made “Issa Goal” a hit. He might not have rapped on the song but his part is often the most memorable of the song.

    Jagaban remix- Ycee

    Jagaban Remix- Ycee

    When it comes to doing a rap record, you can always expect Olamide to eat up any beat and deliver and that what he did on the remix of “Jagagban“. The O.G version of the song was a hit song but the remix was larger.

    Fada Fada- Phyno

    Phyno X Olamide- fada fada
    Phyno X Olamide- fada fada

    This is the second Phyno and Olamide collaboration on this list but would a list of Olamide’s best features be complete with the hit “Fada Fada“.

    Although an Afropop song, Phyno and Olamide created a timeless record.

    Shoki – Lil Kesh

    Lil Kesh- Shoki remix

    Released in 2014, “Shoki” was a club banger, launching Lil Kesh who was an artist under the YBNL label into popularity. The remix which featured Davido and Olamide was also a hit even overshadowing the original.

    Local rappers- Reminisce

    Reminisce ft Olamide, Phyno- Local Rapper
    Reminisce ft Olamide, Phyno- Local RappersRE

    One of Reminisce’s biggest records, “Local Rappers” was a hit track when it dropped in 2015. The track saw Reminisce, Phyno and Olamide air their opinion on the state of the rap industry and the rise of indigenous rappers.

    While a lot of people would consider the song to be a diss track at English Rappers, it was more of a reality check on how rap was evolving.



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