No more fight – Former ‘enemy’, Don Jazzy praises Olamide as he turns 28. For all it’s worth, it seems like CEO Mavin Records, Don Jazzy and Olamide have put the past behind them after the heated rift between them at the 2016 Headies.
Nigerian hip hop recording artist, Olamide Adedeji, better known by his stage name Olamide Baddo, is a year older today.
The music star, from Bariga, Lagos State, who records mostly in Yoruba, his native tongue, turns 28 today.
Don Jazzy gave him a shout out on Instagram, saying “Shout out to the man of the people. Happy birthday @baddosneh More blessings bro. Amen.”
Let’s take your mind back to the fight…
During the Headies, Olamide publicly expressed his displeasure when Lil Kesh, failed to win the coveted Next Rated award at the Headies.
The rapper used swear words on stage before storming out of the award ceremony in angrily.
Don Jazzy who felt Olamide’s display was a shade at his own protege, Reekado Banks, who won the award got on stage, told Olamide they didn’t need the car prize that comes with the award.
An angry Olamide took to Twitter to shade Don Jazzy.
He went as far as telling him not to cross over to the Mainland but Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote waded into the matter and called for a peace meeting between the duo.
No more fight – Former ‘enemy’, Don Jazzy praises Olamide as he turns 28
The popular rapper/YBNL boss is usually known as the best street rapper Nigeria has ever produced.
While signed to Coded Tunes, Olamide, in 2011, released his debut studio album ‘Rapsodi’.
YBNL, his follow-up album, was released under his label imprint YBNL Nation.
On 7 November 2013, he released his third studio album ‘Baddest Guy Ever Liveth’.
The album’s singles include ‘Durosoke’ and ‘Yemi my lover’.
On 17 July 2013, he became the first Nigerian to sign an endorsement deal with Cîroc and has won several music awards.
On 24 October 2013, he signed a multi-million naira deal with Guinness.
In November 2013, he became an ambassador for Etisalat.
He is a single father of one.