Olamide’s “Rapsodi” album, released in 2011, is widely regarded as a classic in Nigerian hip hop. The album was Olamide’s debut project, and it showcased his raw talent, lyrical prowess, and unique style.
The album features collaborations with several other Nigerian artists, including Wizkid, ID Cabasa, and 9ice. It contains a mix of rap and Afrobeat, with Olamide rapping in both English and Yoruba, his native language.
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One of the standout tracks on the album is “Eni Duro,” which features a catchy beat and Olamide’s signature flow. The song quickly became a hit, and it helped to establish Olamide as a major player in the Nigerian music industry.
Another notable track on the album Rapsodi is “Omo To Shan,” which features Wizkid. The song is a fan favorite, and it remains a staple of Olamide’s live performances to this day.
Overall, “Rapsodi” was a groundbreaking album that helped to usher in a new era of Nigerian hip hop. Olamide’s unique style and innovative approach to music have since inspired a whole generation of young Nigerian artists, and his impact on the Nigerian music industry cannot be overstated.