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We want to break barriers with Olamide Badoo European Musical Tour 2018

Image may contain: one or more peopleO3 Media boss, Alex Ozone needs no introduction in the entertainment industry. But for those who don’t know much about him, he raised from a street boy to Beer Parlour waiter in Surulere, Lagos. After working so hard, he managed artistes from grace to grace. He had worked with Terry G, G O P, A Y.com and lots of them in the past.

Currently, he has changed his portfolio, he now promotes artistes from Nigeria to European countries.  Artistes like Patoranking, Jaywon, Tekno, Kiss Daniel, YQ and Terry G are few that have benefitted from his leverage abroad.

However, he is planning something big with Olamide Badoo in February 2018. Ozone in association with Afro Beat Promotions are bringing Nigeria multiple music awards winner, Olamide to European countries.Image may contain: 2 people, people standing and sunglasses

The Woo crooner will do his musical tour in Norway, Italy, Belgium, Turkey, Austria, Spain, Germany, and Cyprus etc. Ozone revealed that the whole world should watch out for this massive tour.

While chatting exclusively with Fujiipop, Ozone said that nobody gave him chance to excel. And musical with Musical Taliban, Oritsefemi was the major eye opener that paved ways for him in Europe.

“Let me tell you a secret, it is Oritsefemi musical tour in Europe that really opened the business and ways for me. Way back, nobody really knew us but with Afro Beat tour on Oritsefemi musical tour things changed positively. We did musical tour for couple of artistes like Patoranking, Jaywon, Tekno, Kiss Daniel, YQ, Terry G and we are still going to do more. Because this is what we know how to do best”, he said.

 

His full interview is still coming up on Fujiipop this weekend.

 

Watch out!

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Why Olamide entered trouble over new song ‘Science Student’

Related imageAce singer, Olamide Adedeji is in trouble over his new song, Science Students.

Lots of fans have said he composed the song to encourage drug abuse. But he has come out to debunk the allegation that the song was not composed to celebrate drugs.

More so he Popular rapper, Olamide, has addressed the controversies that have trailed the release of his new single, Science Student, especially as it is perceived to promote drug abuse.

The YBNL boss, who has been silent on the issue all the while, issued an explanation via an Instagram post on Monday.

The singer said the song was meant to preach against drug abuse and encourage responsible alcohol consumption among youths.

Olamide added that the video of the song will be released soon.

A section of Nigerians accused Olamide of subtly endorsing drug abuse while others view the song as a satire.

Some celebrities have also spoken against the message behind the song.

Without mentioning names or songs, actress, Kemi Lala Akindoju, recently spoke on “the encouragement and promotion to use hard drugs and get ‘high’ under the influence in the name of song and dance,” saying “it is disturbing”.

A former filmmaker and Edo State gubernatorial aspirant, Pedro Obaseki, also joined in the call for the ban of song on Sunday.

The celebrated filmmaker made this assertion in a recent video, which has also been circulating on social media.

He said, “We should get hold of Olamide and make him the ambassador of good behaviour for children because we cannot be buying his record and clicking on his links only for our children to be the ones at the receiving end of his apostate pronouncements and crusade,” he said.

“This is enough. Enough is enough. I don’t only speak as a Nigerian; I speak as an investor in the Nigerian entertainment content sector. God bless Nigeria and please let’s beg Olamide to pull that video down and change that song. That is a song that is going to be a nail on the coffin of the future of our children. God bless Nigeria.”

 

 

 

 

 

I’m better than Lil Kesh and his father Olamide- Reekado Banks’

Related imageStar singer, Reekado Banks has rvelaed that he is better than Lil Kesh and Olamide lyrically.

Reekado Banks’ manager and brother, Temi Solomon, insists that his artiste doesn’t feel sorry for saying he is a better artiste than Lil Kesh.

It will be recalled that when Reekado was adjudged the Next Rated Artiste at the 2015 Headies Awards, it generated mixed reactions. Olamide, who was Lil Kesh’s boss at the time, was furious that his protégé didn’t win the award. While reacting to Olamide’s public outburst, Don Jazzy (Reekado’s boss) said he was ready to let Olamide and his boy have the car prize if that was what made them upset. That comment degenerated into a war of words on the Internet before both parties were implored to sheathe their swords.

Two years after the ugly event, at his recent Thank You concert in Ibadan, Reekado declared in pidgin English that he is better than Lil Kesh and his father.  He said, “I remember when they said I didn’t deserve the Next Rated award. The person that they said deserved the award, I am better than his father.”Image result for Lil Kesh

Wo Singer, Olamide , Right Entertainment fight on OLIC… both part ways

Image result for olamideRave of the moment, Olamide ‘Olamide’ Adedeji has been allegedly is serious feud with Right Entertainment, the company that packaged the annual Olamide Live In Concert (OLIC).

Right Entertainment with other companies have been the ones back rolling the annual concert in Lagos. But this year December 2017, the story has changed over unresolved issues. The company with other conglomerates have parted ways as you are reading this. That is the reason the event will not come up at the prestigious Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island.

The 2017 edition will come up at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere , Lagos on 17th December.

Music: Oritsefemi features Olamide in Kelele

Oritse Femi ft. Olamide - Kelele Download Audio Mp3Musical Taliban, Oritsefemi is here again. He has released another hot single. But this time, he duets with Olamide Baddo .

This is one of the greatest joint effort fans have been sitting tight for, Oritse Femi collaborates with Nigerian Rapper/Wo Crooner Olamide on this hot single titled “Kelele”.

Oritse Femi centered “Kelele” as a Jam for club and roads, The dancehall tune which upon download strolls straight to your playlist was tweaked with Olamide’s Comical Rap.

“Kelele” is spin-off of the MSN Gang Boss Oritse Femi as yet exasperating banger “Bodija” which was debuted few days prior, Download and Listen up to “Kelele” by Oritse Femi and Olamide beneath,

Stream and download blazing hot tune Kelele by OritseFemi ft. Olamide on Music+
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Video: Viktoh blasts Olamide Badoosneh at Felabration 2017

NBC Bans Songs by Olamide, Davido, 9ice

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has banned five songs by major Nigerian musicians — Olamide, Davido and 9ice — having considered them offensive for broadcast.
The banned songs are Olamide’s “Wo” and “Wavy Level”, Davido’s “Fall” and “If (Remix)”, and 9ice’s “Living Things”.Image result for olamide picture

The corporation released the list Tuesday, saying it banned the five songs from being aired across the Nigerian airwaves, reported online news medium, Premium Times.
The Federal Ministry of Health had in a tweet on Friday, said the video to Olamide’s “Wo” violated the Tobacco Control Act.

The 28-year-old rapper, who is signed to his own record label, YBNL, had returned to Ladi Lak in Bariga where he was raised to shoot the video of his latest single.
“This is our position: the video contravenes the Act. Innocently or otherwise, Tobacco promotion advertising sponsorship is banned in all forms,” the NBC said.Image result for davido pictures 2017

It could not immediately be ascertained why the songs of the two other musicians were banned.

This is not the first time that an Olamide song will be banned by the regulatory agency.
In 2016, just a few months after the ban of one of his songs, “Shakiti Bobo,” NBC also banned “Don’t Stop”, a track from Olamide’s fifth studio album, Eyan Mayweather, for its vulgar lyrics.

Defending the decision at the time, the NBC said the song was banned from being played on the airwaves for its “obscenity, being indecent, vulgar language, lewd and profane expressions”.
Rapper Falz had also in June, criticised Nigerian musicians who glamourise fraud with their lyrics, a criticism fans took to be directed at 9ice for “Living Things”.

The actor and rapper stated that the recent trend of hailing internet fraudsters in music was not helping future generations, as young people were beginning to see this as a normal way of life.
He recalled the personal experience of the challenges faced by Nigerians in other countries as a result of cybercrime.Image result for 9ice pictures 2017

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