Top 5 Olamide Songs with The Highest Views on YouTube


Olamide net worthHere’s top 5 Olamide songs with the highest views on YouTube. Olamide Adedeji fondly called Olamide Baddo was born on 15 March 1989, in an area known as Bariga, in Lagos State. He is an Indigenous Rapper, whose most of his lyrics are recorded in his mother tongue ‘Yoruba’.

He had his Tertiary Institution in Tai Solarin after which he dropped out to pursue his passion.

In 2010, he brought out his first song known as ‘Eni Duro’.

The song got massive reception and brought him to the limelight as an indigenous rapper.

In 2011, he came out with his first album Rapsodi under ID Cabasa Coded Tunes.

In 2012, he released his second album under his own music label Yahoo Boys No Laptop (YBNL).

The album had several hit tracks that were released by him such as Stupid Love, First of all and Ilefo Illuminati.

His third studio album known as ‘Baddest Guy Ever Liveth’ was released on November 7, 2013.

This album comprises hit singles such as ‘Yemi my lover’ and “Durosoke”.

He has been nominated and also won numerous music awards, such as the Headies Awards and Nigeria Entertainment Awards.

On July 7, 2013, Olamide benefitted from his hard work when he bagged an endorsement deal with Ciroc.

The next year October 24, 2013, he became Guinness Ambassador.

In November 2013, Etisalat endorsed him alongside fellow rapper Ice Prince.

He has released seven music studio albums on his own and one compilation album he did with Phyno ‘2 kings’

We will be taking a look at Top five Olamide’s songs that have the highest views on YouTube.

Here is the list below:

WO: YouTube Views 19 Million

Olamide who is the king of the street is a definite hitmaker attaching different slangs to his songs.

He brought out a super hit track titled “Wo” and It became a street banger.

Young John the wicked producer who happens to be his production partner was the music producer for this song.

It was released on August 7, 2017.

The song was trendy, with street slangs in it and also dance steps to embellish it.

Olamide made use of lyrics that indicates street madness, showing his singing ability than the usual rapping skills that he has.

You don’t have to be a fan of Olamide to love this song because the song is a banger.

Most Nigerian Music lovers have added this song on their favourite playlist and even putting it on replay.

In the Visual of the song, a place called ‘Bariga’ which happens to be Olamide’s hood was used as the location of the video.

The video was shot and directed by Olamide’s favourite director Unlimited LA. It was uploaded to YouTube on August 16, 2017.

Science Student: YouTube Views 6.4 Million

The song ‘science student’ is composed from the material of the popular dance that is trending known as ‘Shaku Shaku’ and it encompasses an elusive message to Nigerian youths who involved themselves to activities that are relating to drugs.

The song was released on January 11, 2018.

Baddo is hardly a moralist but on this song ‘Science Student’, he threw out some questions to drugs abusers and wrongdoers of other illegal things in the society.

The lyrics indicate his moral stand against juvenile delinquency that’s being displayed among youths.

The wicked producer Young John and B Banks have to be commended based on the creative input they put into the song.

The song ‘Science Student’ is a pop song for the street.

The song has rhyming slangs, sound that people can groove to and a dance step ‘Shaku Shaku’ to complement the whole thing.

The video was shot by Young Most Sought After Cinematographer Unlimited LA and also has award winning female dancer Kaffy.

It was being uploaded on YouTube on February 26, 2018.

Stupid Love: YouTube Views 5.2 Million

Olamide knows how to play with lyrics by doing this at ease.

This was heard in ‘Stupid Love’. Most people never believe that the song will become a street banger.

The song was the 15th track to Olamide’s YBNL album, which later came out on November 12, 2012.

The song ‘Stupid Love’ was released on July 28, 2012.

The song spread like Ebola virus to the extent that a young guy, who was selling pure water on the street of Lagos, heard the song and had no choice than to dance to the song.

The music producer Samklef was on top form as at then and he was the brain behind this mad tune.

The video is a simple video showing Olamide as the King of the street.

It was shot by a music video director by name ‘Matt Maxx’ who also shot Ilefo Illuminati video for him.

The video was uploaded on YouTube on March 28, 2013.

Summer Body: YouTube Views 3.5 Million

In a bid to keep his fame and recognition going in a good momentum after he has released several successful hit singles respectively.

Summer body was released on July 4, 2017.

It was another certified hit from Baddo himself featuring Davido.

The combination between Baddo and Baddest deserve a thumb up.

Pheelz Mr. Producer was the music producer for the song.

The video was shot in Miami Florida.

Olamide and Davido took the African culture to another level in a faraway country like America.

The video was directed by international filmmaker ‘Joe Yung Spike‘.

Joe spike has worked with several American top acts such as Rick Ross, Gucci Mane and Amigos and many more.

The video for Summer body was uploaded on YouTube on July 2017.

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Melo Melo: YouTube Views 3.3 Million

Few weeks after he released ‘Bobo’, he brought out another song titled ‘Melo Melo’ which has an afro ballad sensation.

The song was produced by Pheelz and was recorded in November 2014.

The song wasn’t popular until Baddo saw the need to shoot the video for the song in order to have a song that he can perform in a corporate event.

Olamide released the song ‘Melo Melo’ from his studio album Eyan Mayweather.

The song became a hit tune that can’t be skipped on ardent music lover’s playlist.

The video for the song was shot within five hours in London by Moe Musa.

It was uploaded to YouTube in 2015.

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