Covid-19 Lockdown: I Thought I Won’t Survive – Olamide

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Olamide, YBNL CEO and honcho, remains a powerhouse in the Nigerian music industry.

Speaking to Kulture Movement during his visit to Harlem, the Shakiti Bobo singer spoke on several issues including how the pandemic affected him and his music.

Olamide said he was keen on making his brand global. He wants his music and afro-beats to be amplified all over the world.

“I know a lot of people who died,” Olamide commented on the pandemic that ravaged the globe. He said he was not sure he would be able to survive without shows but the pandemic was an eye-opener.

Recently, Olamide was not sure if he wanted to embark on a tour or release a new album. However, he made it clear that it was time to take care of himself.

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