Olamide Adedeji, Nigerian rapper and record label boss, has come through with the visuals for ‘Triumphant’, a track off ‘Carpe Diem’, his latest album.
The award-winning singer recently announced the release of the project, featuring Bella Shmurda, a singer.
The less than four-minute video sees Olamide chronicling the various challenges he faced during his journey to stardom.
The YBNL Nation boss also talked about his battle with depression after losing his parents shortly after attaining fame.
The 31-year-old singer went on to examine how the development took a toll on his mental health as he resorted to taking drugs among others to deal with the attendant pains.
“O dunmi gan when I just start to hammer, daddy fosanle momi ku omo mo fee mad… how could be now?,” he could be heard singing in a mixture of Yoruba and Pidgin.
“Mo dye irun mi yellow, Motu dye è si green, People think say na swag, But I was losing my mind.”
Olamide has continued to pull the strings in the country’s entertainment industry with strings of beautiful projects and collaborations with other music heavyweights.
He recently announced his resolve to stop restricting his creativity for the sake of his own sanity and mental health.
“Honestly, the level at which I am right now is very personal. I am just taking my creativity to the extreme, for my own good, and for my own sanity,” he had said.
Watch the colourful video below:
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