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List of all Olamide’s songs from 2011 to 2023

List of all olamide's songs from 2021 to 2023

After emerging from Bariga, Baddo first pierced the mainstream with his brash bars that positioned him as a rebel with something to prove. He then captured the attention of a generation with his anthemic works, which condensed conceptual narratives on hedonism, life in Lagos, and the forces that influenced culture into numerous hit singles.

All of this was accomplished while maintaining a production level unheard of in Nigerian music. From 2011 to 2017, Olamide released at least one project a year while appearing as a guest on an untold number of songs to cement his name in the nation’s current popular culture and guarantee his music would be played frequently.

Olamide’s 2020 album, Carpe Diem, represented the next phase in his career’s evolutionary arc. It helped him transition musically into elder statesman territory and further demonstrated his talent as a musician. The following are all of Olamide’s 12 studio albums.

Home and Appliances

 

1. Rapsodi | 2011


Rapsodi was the first Olamide’s album and it contains 16 tracks.

  1. I’m Going In (featuring Pheelz)
  2. Apa Ti Jabo (featuring i.D Cabasa)
  3. Emi Lo Mi (featuring 2Phat)
  4. Eni Duro
  5. Gapa
  6. Responsibility (featuring Adol)
  7. Jara On Top (featuring Ab1)
  8. Woman (featuring Jumoke)
  9. Kelegbe (featuring Lord of Ajasa)
  10. Dirty Rock (featuring B-Rank)
  11. Soundtrack of My Life (featuring Soul Joe)
  12. Lift Him High (featuring I.D Cabasa)
  13. Legendary Hustlers (featuring 9ice and Reminisce)
  14. Omo Toh Shan (featuring Wizkid)
  15. Fori Fori
  16. Boys Are Not Smiling (featuring Terry Da Rapman)

 

2. YBNL (Yahoo Boy No Laptop)| 2012


The YBNL (Yahoo Boy No Laptop), Olamide’s second studio album, was released. With 20 songs, it was one of Olamide’s biggest album.

  1. Money
  2. F*cking With The Devil
  3. Lights In The Air (ft. Buckwyla)
  4. Jale
  5. Voice Of The Street
  6. Panumo (ft. Davido)
  7. Street Love (ft. Minus 2)
  8. Picture
  9. Owotabua
  10. Fuji House (ft. Dammy Krane)
  11. Ilefo Illuminati
  12. Remember (ft. Kay Switch)
  13. Nyarinya
  14. Ewo Idi
  15. Stupid Love
  16. Jesu O Kola
  17. Emotional Blackmail (ft. Kidakudz)
  18. International Local (ft. Tiwa Savage)
  19. First Of All
  20. Industreet (ft. Reminisce and Base 1)

 

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3. Baddest Guy Ever Liveth | 2013


This album contained 21 songs and was Olamide’s 3rd studio album:

  1. Intro
  2. Esu Pofo
  3. Rep Augbo (ft. Buckwyala)
  4. Anifowose
  5. Skammer
  6. Eleda Mi
  7. Baddo Love
  8. Position Yourself
  9. Skit (ft. Ketchup)
  10. Gbadun Arawa
  11. Motivation (feat. Ice Prince, Endia, Pepenazi)
  12. Church (ft. Viktoh)
  13. Sitting On The Throne
  14. Mu Emu (ft. B Banks)
  15. Turn Up
  16. King Shii
  17. Durosoke
  18. Dope Money
  19. Yemi My Lover
  20. Rayban Abacha
  21. Higher (ft. Bez)

 

4. Street OT | 2014


The street OT was Olamide’s 4th studio album released in 2014 and had 22 songs on it:

  1. Oga Nla (ft. Pasuma, Lil Kesh)
  2. Zero Joy
  3. Blood Money
  4. Ya Wa
  5. Hood Rap
  6. The Real MVP
  7. Up In The Club (ft. Viktoh)
  8. Skelemba (ft. Don Jazzy)
  9. Prayer For Client
  10. Batifeori
  11. Bang (ft. Chinko Ekun, Lil Kesh)
  12. Goons Mi
  13. 1999
  14. Falila Ketan
  15. In My Circle (ft. Phyno)
  16. Alaaru
  17. 100 To Million (ft. Viktoh, Chinko Ekun)
  18. Story For The Gods
  19. Hustle Loyalty Respect (ft. Reminisce)
  20. Possible (ft. B Banks)
  21. Usain Bolt P (ft. Lil Kesh, Chuka, Pepenazi, Chinko Ekun)
  22. Eni Sun

 

5. 2 Kings


This album marked the beginning of collaboration between Olamide and Phyno and ever since then they have maintained that friendship till now.

2 Kings, contains a total of 10 songs in its track-list.

  1. Cypher
  2. Koba Koba
  3. Nobody’s Fault
  4. Ladi (ft. Lil Kesh)
  5. God Be With Us
  6. Une
  7. Real Ni**a
  8. Confam Ni (ft. Wizkid)
  9. Carry Me Go (ft. Stormrex)
  10. For My city

6. Eyan Mayweather | 2015


This was Olamide’s 5th studio album and contained 21 songs:

  1. Eyan Mayweather
  2. Inferiority Complex
  3. Don’t Stop
  4. Where The Man?
  5. Igara Chicken
  6. Boom Boom Boom
  7. Ball
  8. Akara
  9. Say Something
  10. Be Happy
  11. Kana Finish
  12. I’m Ok
  13. Matters Arising
  14. Lagos Boys
  15. Mama mi
  16. Melo Melo
  17. Sold Out
  18. Bobo
  19. Toriomo
  20. Jega
  21. OG Wahedee

 

7. The Glory | 2016


It was released in 2016 with 14 songs in it:

  1. The Glory (Intro)
  2. Letter To Milli
  3. Journey of a thousand Miles
  4. Underground ft Akuchi
  5. Pepper Dem Gang ft Davolee
  6. Lori Titi Yi
  7. Grind ft So.Sick
  8. Woyo
  9. Be Mine
  10. Oluwa Lori Glory
  11. Omo Wobe Anthem ft Burna Boy
  12. Owo Blow
  13. Symbol of Hope
  14. Who You Epp ft Wande Coal & Phyno

 

8. Lagos Nawa | 2017


Olamide again came out with a street banger on this one, and “wo” was certainly one of the most popular hit on this album.

  1. Fe Nu Shey Street
  2. Radio Lagos
  3. Yagaga
  4. The One
  5. Oro Paw Paw
  6. Bend it Over (featuring Timaya and Reminisce)
  7. Shine
  8. Saysay Maley
  9. Mo je dodo
  10. Lagos Nawa
  11. Everyday is not Christmas
  12. On a Must Buzz (featuring Phyno)
  13. Shanko Baby
  14. Fine Fine Girls (featuring Tiwa Savage)
  15. Wo!!!
  16. Enimimomi
  17. Wo Spritiual

 

9. Mafia Family | 2018

The title of this song was really worth it as Olamide had to sign and team up with some street Mafians to make this possible.

  1. Olamide – Welcome
  2. Olamide – Oke Suna
  3. Picazzo – Macaroni (Feat. Olamide)
  4. Olamide – Motigbana
  5. Fireboy DML – Jealous
  6. Yomi Blaze – Ika (Feat. Olamide)
  7. DJ Enimoney x LK Kuddy x Kizz Daniel x Olamide x Kranium – Send Her Money
  8. Fireboy DML – I’ll Be Fine
  9. Olamide – Poverty Die
  10. Fireboy DML – Fire Down (Feat. Picazzo Rhap)
  11. Lil Kesh – Le Le Yi (Feat. Fireboy DML)
  12. Limerick & Olamide – Lie
  13. Temmie Ovwasa x Fireboy DML – Finally

 

10. 999 (EP) | 2020

The rapper Olamide from Nigeria’s extended play is titled 999.  Pheelz, ID Cabasa, Eskeez, and other musicians received credit for the music creation, which was made available on February 9, 2020 via YBNL Nation. A follow-up to his 2018 collaboration project, Project YBNL Mafia, is the EP. 

  1. No Time
  2. War Lords (featuring Snow, Phyno, Cheque and Rhatti)
  3. Billion Talk (featuring Milly)
  4. Dance with the Devil (featuring Sosa-E and Jackmillz)
  5. Wonma!
  6. Demons (featuring Jackmillz)
  7. Mojo (featuring JayBoi)
  8. Prophesy
  9. Rich & Famous

 

11. Carper Diem | 2020

Rapper Olamide from Nigeria has released Carpe Diem, his eleventh studio album, through the American label and distribution company Empire Distribution.  On June 1, 2021, Carpe Diem passed the 500 million stream threshold across all dsps, according to The Olamide Music Chart on Twitter.

  1. Another Level
  2. GreenLight
  3. Infinity (featuring Omah Lay)
  4. Eru
  5. Triumphant (featuring Bella Shmurda)
  6. At Your Service
  7. Do Better
  8. Chimichaga
  9. Shilalo (featuring Phyno)
  10. Loading (featuring Bad Boy Timz)
  11. Unconditionally (featuring Peruzzi)
  12. Plenty (featuring Fireboy DML)

 

12. UY Scuti | 2021

  1. Need for Speed
  2. Jailer (featuring Jaywillz)
  3. Rock
  4. Julie
  5. Rough Up (featuring Layydoe)
  6. Want (featuring Fave)
  7. PonPon (featuring Fave)
  8. Cup of Tea
  9. Somebody (featuring Phyno)
  10. So Much More

The Back story

Olamide, a Nigerian musician, made his debut in 2010 with vibrant, approachable rhymes, an exhilarating flow, and a youthful swagger. His breakout song, “Eni Duro,” which he raps in both Yoruba and English, demonstrated his unmistakable confidence and established the then-21-year-old musician as a rising sensation. With contemplative tales of struggle and grief that give hope to a new audience, he has established himself as a symbol of Nigerian hip-hop and a self-described “voice of the street” after more than a decade and a dozen releases.

It was unclear how Fireboy DML’s entry into the global music market would proceed when Olamide’s label, YBNL, which is home to Fireboy DML, signed a deal with American music firm Empire last year. He had rarely appeared interested in working with musicians outside of his home nation or in gaining fame outside of his small-town scene before that point. He experimented with the 999 EP in 2020, which leaned more toward his rap proclivities. Following that, he released the more eclectic and popular Carpe Diem, which had hits like “Infinity” and “Loading” that served as the music for numerous outdoor gatherings.

Olamide’s sound was completely reconstructed for Carpe Diem, shifting from his early gruff style to a more relaxing one, with mid-tempo beats enhancing his tales of love, hustle, and celebration. The idea exuded a sense of newness that suggested a professional redefinition for him. His most recent album, UY Scuti, adopts a more straightforward strategy but continues this growth. He has previously swung between pop songs with street slang and love songs in the past. The sensibility of UY Scuti is reduced to a mellow, melancholy flow. Olamide’s melodious voice and laid-back appeal lighten the emotional honesty and romantic narratives that abound in the 10-song EP.

Olamide will continue to thrill his fans decades from now as is one the finer rappers in the Nigerian music scene.

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