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Video: Olamide (YNBL) Interview With Raro Lae TV

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OlamideYNBLOlamide Speaks Exclusively About His 2 Kings Album, His Newborn Son, Obstacles He Faced In The Industry, Wizkid, Skales and Davido Beef and More!

RLTV recently was permitted exclusive access with Olamide (YBNL), prior to his U.S. performance. Olamide dropped some very juicy details about his latest collaboration album with Phyno. He spoke about his long awaited performance in Washington,D.C, USA. Olamide gave Raro Lae exclusive information on the “2 Kings” album, the reasoning behind the albums name, and the artist featured on it. He spoke of the obstacles he faced rising in the musical industry, as well as his April Fool’s Joke (which was hilarious). Olamide spoke about his newborn son, Batifeori Maximiliano Adedeji, and the history and inspiration of his son’s name. He also spoke of the artist under his label, their future projects, as well as his own.

Things got pretty intense when Olamide was asked about beef in the industry. He stated, that Davido, Skales, and Wizkid all have flaws, but eventually they all will surpass their differences and more! What he said specifically about their beef is what caught our attention. He gave us a lot of exclusive information but of course you need to watch the interview to find out exactly what he said!

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AFRICA MUSIC LAW™ (AML) is a pioneering music business and entertainment law blog and podcast show by Fashion and Entertainment Lawyer Ms. Uduak Oduok empowering the African artist and Africa's rapidly evolving entertainment industry through brilliant music business and entertainment law commentary and analysis, industry news, and exclusive interviews.

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  1. Jumie says:

    Ummm . . . is it just me, or is this an awkward interview? He's smoking, he's in his undershirt, his voice is gravelly. He's cursing and mumbling. How can this be the same Olamide from the songs who sounds so poised and cool? Not a good look.

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