Olamide Ybnl – Olamide success story. Rise to fame and fortune.

Olamide YBNL – Successful rise of talented indigenous rapper Olamide to fame and stardom. How the story goes.

Olamide Adedeji is not a figure that needs introduction in the Africa music industry. This is because his musical dexterity precedes him, resounding even outside the African borders.

His success story began years ago after the release of his first studio album Rapsodi under Coded Tunes record label. From then the Yoruba rapper pitched his tent and has since remained on the forefront of the music Game.

Olamide Ybnl formation and his struggle for the celebrity status.

Like every other musician out there, Olamide Baddo set out with just a dream and his talents. He had visited virtually every studio in the city of Lagos recording every song that came to mind. 

Life was a mess as of then, and being the only son the responsibilities of his family rested on his shoulders.

His sauce and finesse caught the attention of a big boy in the music industry then, ID Cabasa who then signed him to his record label, Coded Tunes in 2009.

Even though life began to change for the better, Baddosneh was not satisfied with his achievement. He knew the effort and time he puts into his music deserves something better than the money he generated as a signee of coded tunes. He dropped his debut album Rapsodi while under the label and then began to work on something big.

With still nothing but a dream and talent Olamide left ID Cabasa’s coded tune record label to establish his own.

He called his new label YBNL which means Yahoo Boy No Laptop.

Under Ybnl nation Baddo released his second studio album that changed his life. This album garnered 97% acceptance and came out as the number one album in Africa then. He called the album YBNL, the exact name he gave his record label.

The Ybnl album was a huge success with tracks like Voice of the Street, First of all, Illefo Illuminati and Stupid love catching public attention.

On November 7 2013 his third studio album Baddest Guy Ever Liveth dropped and catapulted him to another dimension. He became the first Nigerian to sign an endorsement deal with Ciroc as a result.

Now Olamide has several awards and Nominations to his name and has released over 130 songs throughout his music career.

Olamide wiped off shame and poverty from his family. His dad died when he was still young and his mother had to bring him up. When he began to make money he completely shut the doors to poverty in his family.

In 2014 he dropped another album tagged Street OT and yet another in 2015 titled Eyan Mayweather.

In 2016 The Glory album dropped, followed by Lagos Nawa in 2017.

January 30th 2018 was a day of mixed emotions for Baddosneh. It was his son’s birthday. Botifeori Maximiliano Adedeji had just turned 3 years old and his father (Olamide) took to his various media pages to celebrate him. Unknown to the rapper that was the day set aside for his mother to depart this world.

Celebration turned to sorrow for Baddo on January 30 2018 as he officially became an Orphan.

But today, despite the setbacks and huddles of life Olamide made it. He scaled them all and is currently one of the richest and most successful African artistes.

Olamide Ybnl nation which once had only him as an artiste is now home to several other musicians who are beginning their career. It has also helped groom one of Nigeria’s best and youngest millionaire singer, Lil Kesh.

Take a peep at Olamide Ybnl members 2018.


  • Olamide
  • Dj Enimoney
  • Temmie Ovwasa
  • Davolee.
  • Lyta.
  • Limerick.

This is the success story of Olamide. We hope it inspires other upcoming artistes there.

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