Award-winning rapper MI Abaga has poured encomium on music star, Olamide.
The rapper recounted how Olamide sent him the chorus of a song overnight without fuss and stress.
Praising him, he stated that any artist that knows what it is to work with an artist at that level must know how pure his heart is.
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MI Abaga described Olamide as the greatest artist of all time.
“Baddo sent me that chorus over night….no fuss no stress…. I asked…he responded and he came through…any artist that knows what it is to work with an artist at that level must how pure this man’s heart is…. I know first hand that good people hardly win so I am praising him today while I am alive and he is as well. @olamide you are of the greatest artists of all time. You are a legend and I am honored to work with you. Life change fr”.
Early this year, 2baba had showered Olamide with praises.
2baba took to his Instagram page to post a belated message to the singer, who hailed him for being a superhero.
2baba noted how Olamide had been a blessing to the music industry.
According to 2baba, Olamide flowers had passed the forest.
“Yo!!! Been chilling and watching Naija/Africa music space!!!
OLAMIDE is a fucking superhero
Man has been a mad blessing to our music industry
This man Flowers don pass forest.
HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY”.
Recall that Nigerians had reacted to a chart that expressed the impact of iconic Nigerian rapper and singer Olamide Adedeji on the career of other famous music artists.
A chart which made rounds on social media captured names of fast-rising music stars and already made music celebrities speaking on the impact of Olamide.
The chart included music artists such as Zlatan, Naira Marley, T.I Blaze, Bella Shmurda, Portable, Skales, Phyno, Jaido P, Asake, Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, Fireboy, CDQ and others.
The chart, compiled by a social media user identified as holuwaroyal revealed how each artiste claimed that Olamide changed their lives and careers.