Olamide Adedeji, Nigerian rapper, has dropped his nine-track extended play titled ‘999’, a day after he fixed the project’s release date — in a move that broke the internet.
On Sunday, the Twittersphere had been abuzz minutes after the 30-year-old record label boss released the tracklist to the project he never teased.
‘999’ debuted as announced on Monday, featuring a league of indigenous hip hop stars including Phyno, Rhatti, Show, Cheque, Jayboi, Sosa-E, and Jackwillz.
While the project is mixed and mastered by STG, ‘999’ is produced by Olamide, Cracker Mallo, Pheelz, Eskeez, and ID Cabasa.
Coming as Olamide’s tenth studio project, it includes tracks like ‘Warlord’, ‘Billion Talk’, ‘Dance with the Devil’, ‘Prophesy’, ‘Demons’, and ‘Rich + Famous’.
Stream that new cut here https://t.co/LqQ8tucLOh
— Olamide Adedeji (@olamide_YBNL) February 10, 2020
Olamide, who is popularly known as Baddo or BaddoSneh, released his debut studio album ‘Rapsodi’ in 2011, while he was still signed to Coded Tunes.
After his second studio album ‘YBNL’, he had debuted YBNL Nation, his independent label imprint, which has produced talented acts like Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, and Chinko Ekun.
Olamide has also won several awards for his role in advancing Nigeria’s hip hop culture.
He made the headlines recently after a group of Nigerians rated him below Mavin Records’ Rema.
DOWNLOAD: ‘999’ By Olamide
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