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Olamide opens up about life after Father’s Death, New Album & OLIC Concert

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Olamide spoke to HipTV recently and he opened up about life after his father’s death. The YBNL boss said “I have to be strong for myself, I have to be strong for my people…make every moment count, every minute, every second, live to the fullest while you are here”. It was clearly an emotional moment.

He moved on to speak about his new album “Eyan Mayweather” which he described as “different”, saying he challenged himself to do something “unusual”. He described the back and forth discussion between himself and his manager on whether the album should be released especially with no collaborations.

His OLIC Concert will take place on the 27th of December 2015.

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2 Comments

  1. Fish

    December 12, 2015 at 8:55 am

    All i could see was the chewing gum snapping.

  2. Tosin

    December 12, 2015 at 1:54 pm

    mo kan sha like bobo yiii.
    granted, i have not listened to Eyan Mayweather, not really a mad Olamide fan these days. But that’s not a negative or a knock on his stuff, it’s just I’m not that greedy, I’m not even looking for more – or like he just said, i don’t demand bread and beans every day. In fact, after Baddest Guy Ever Liveth, he doesn’t owe anybody anything abeg.
    That would be like being mad at Rafa Nadal for not reproducing his 2008 this year. You kidding? Nadal 2008 happened, and the memory of it is more than enough. He could have retired right after and I’d have been satisfied.
    Or being disappointed in Kendrick when his next year doesn’t match this year? Kendrick Lamar 2015 may never happen again, and so what? We were blessed with Kendrick 2015, we can shut up and enjoy that? Anybody who’s not satisfied should born his pikin and train him/her to do better?

    Kendrick is the Olamide of obodo oyinbo.

    Yeah, I’ve been dying to say that – the guy has just been on an insane streak mennn. To Pimp A Butterfly? The earth has shifted.

    PS Serena Williams though, Serena 1995, 2015, and forever. Ok, exaggerating. a little bit.

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