Olamide is one of the few artists in the industry with a volume catalogue of projects.
Over a decade now Olamide has been consistently dropping projects, there has not been a year that Olamide doesn’t drop or involves in collaborative projects.
Therefore, sums with over eleventh (11) studio albums across all credits, from the debut Rapsodi to YBNL, Baddest Guy Ever Liveth, Street OT, Eyan Mayweather in consecutive years.
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Also, that’s simply a definition of hard work and consistency, we’ll highlight the top 5 out of career projects by impact and commercial success.
Below are the Top 5 Olamide studio albums;
Olamide‘s debut album and was released in 2011, It was supported by the lead single Omo To Shan featuring Wizkid.
It features guest artists including Wizkid, ID Cabasa, 9ice, Reminisce and D’banj.
It introduced the new era of street Hop in the Nigerian music industry.
This is Olamide‘s eleventh studio album, released in 2020, and his first body of work under American label and distribution company, Empire Distribution.
It features guest artists including Fireboy DML, Bad Boy Timz, Omah Lay, Phyno, Peruzzi and Bella Shmurda
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Baddest Guy Ever Liveth
This is Olamide‘s third studio album and was released in 2013, under YBNL
It features guest artists including Pheelz, Buckwyla, Ketchup, Ice Prince, Pepenazi, Endia, Viktoh, B.Banks, Phyno, Pele Pele and Bez.
This is Olamide‘s fifth studio album and was released in 2015, this project showed artistical prowess and ability, it absolutely featured has zero features.
it is one of Olamide‘s hard hip-hop project.
This is Olamide‘s second studio album and was released in 2012.
The album features guest artists including Kay Switch, Tiwa Savage, Dammy Krane, Davido, Kidakudz, Reminisce, Base 1, Buckwyla and Minus 2