YBNL head honcho, Olamide - who in the past has tapped into the trending vices to make his music has once again do it in his new music, Benz logo. Olamide in the past during the tramadol crisis released a song, Science student, where he glorifies mixing codeine, tramadol and other high grade contents to get tipsy, a song which later received a ban from the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC).


In his recent release, Olamide and Lil Kesh - former protégé of Olamide in his new single, Benz logo came together to promote a song that talks about boys getting panties of girls for blood money, a recent trend that has plagued the communities in Nigeria, with boys using girls panties for rituals to purchase benz in their new get rich fetish.


The musicians in the song talks about young boys doing blood money if they are short of money by stealing girls panties for money.

The song has received negative reviews from listeners who criticised the contents of the lyrics, and claims the song should be banned and also call for a boycott of Olamide new musics.



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NIgeria super-star and hip hop act is not resting anytime soon, as he continues to drop hits, back to back. 


The YBNL head honcho recently dropped the video for his "Science student" single, and it looks like one of his best video yet in a long time. The video shows a well-choreographed team led by Guiness book of world record dancer, Kaffy.


Olamide also dropped a subtle message in the video when he wrote on a wall "Say No To Drugs." This is a message to his critics that had called for the ban of the song, claiming it only promotes drug addiction.


Lagos, Nigeria: Raoul John Njeng-Njeng, also known as Skales has come on Twitter to reveal a news that was a surprise to the fan. Skales tweeted that Olamide has helped pay for his video in 2014, and ever since the "Shake body"video, he has seen a turnaround in his life.


Olamide later responded to the tweet that the act was supposed to be a secret between the duo, and Skales responded that he had tried to do so, but he wanted his fan to know the real OG, Olamide.


Watch the shake body video here;

The new Olamide's single, "Wo" has been trending ever since it was released. Fans of the YBNL boss can't get enough of the catchy vibe of the song, and a lot of them had concluded they just started acting like a public dancer when the DJ drops the song.


Olamide has now dropped the video, and he went to the Lagos ghetto to shoot this one, and it is just too good..

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Olamide has released another video from his "Glory" album, and this is the video for the "Journey Of A Thousand Miles."

The video shows Olamide in a sober mood while he advises people not to compare successes because everybody's destiny is different, even twins.


This is a conscious music from the YBNL general.

The song is produced by Pheelz Mr producer, and video directed by Moe Musa.

Watch Journey Of A Thousand Miles here:



Since he released his sixth studio album, "Glory," one track that Olamide fans have asked him to shoot its video his the "Pepper dem gang" video, and in response to that, Olamide has decided to give the fans what they asked for.


The video, in Olamide visual style is dope, check it out:



Olamide dropped a video for his new single, Konkobility. The YBNL general dropped the video using the Rastafarian theme, and as with other Olamide's video, a lot of damn gals Laughing.


The video also featured Ushbebe and Helen Paul, who both did a little intro on the video. Also a former label mate, Lil Kesh made a cameo appearance towards the end of the video.

Watch the Konkobility video here;