LET’S TALK!! What Do You Think Is Olamide’s Best Project Ever?

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What Do You Think Is Olamide’s Best Project Ever?

What Do You Think Is Olamide’s Best Project Ever? 

Olamide is the single most consistent artist in the music industry, in the past ten years.

There’s no doubt about his talent, his consistency, his versatility whatsoever. He has seen it all and done it all.

In the course of his illustrious career, Olamide has released twelve (12) projects. This includes 10 studio albums, one EP, and a joint album with Phyno.

He debuted in 2011 under Coded Tunes entertainment with “Rapsodi,” a rap album that had such singles as “Eni Duro” and “Omo To Shan.” He followed up with “YBNL” in 2012 and released what is considered his magnum opus, “Baddest Guy Ever Liveth” in 2013.

In 2014, “Street OT” came and in 2015, Olamide shook the industry with his “Eyan Mayweather” album, one of the best rap albums of all time out here.

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Meanwhile, in 2016, there was “The Glory” and in 2017 it was “Lagos Nawa.”

However, in 2018, he didn’t drop a studio album but instead released the “YBNL Mafia Mixtape” that featured artists like Fireboy, Picazo, and Yomiblaze.

He didn’t drop anything until February 2020 when he released the “999” EP and followed with his “Carpe Diem” studio album.

Last year, Olamide pulled up with “UY Scuti,” his last project since, and he’s expected to drop another album this year if all goes well.

Damn, that’s a lot of projects. But which one is the best. I think it’s something between “Carpe Diem,” and “Baddest Guy Ever Liveth,” but we’d like to hear from you all.

What Do You Think Is Olamide’s Best Project Ever?

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