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Olamide Paid For Recording, Video Shoot For My Song – Bella Shmurda

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Bella Shmurda, a prominent Nigerian artist, has shared some information about Olamide.

He revealed that Olamide, the boss of YBNL and a well-known rapper, had paid for the recording and video shoot of his breakout song, “Vision 2020.”

at a recent interview with Pulse, the “Cash App” singer discussed the roles Olamide, Poco Lee, and Zlatan Ibile played at the beginning of his career.

Poco Lee, who shared a home with Zlatan on the island, is said to have urged the rapper to make room for him, and the rapper apparently obliged.

According to Shmurda, Zlatan encouraged him and collaborated with him on a number of unreleased songs while they were working together.

Olamide Paid For Recording, Video Shoot For My Song – Bella Shmurda

He said, “Shouout to Baddo [Olamide]. He was so supportive. He had to pay ID Cabasa for the reproduction of ‘Vision 2020’. He sorted my video. And even posting it more [on social media]. He did everything he could do for Fireboy without me signing a paper.

He continued, “Poco Lee used to stay with Zlatan. I was in Mainland, and he [Poco Lee] was like, ‘Bella, come now we go just dey manage for here small small.’ And Zlatan, he received me with opened hands. Anything he [Zlatan] is in the studio recording, he always calls me. He always gives me motivations.”

The singer expressed gratitude to Olamide, Poco Lee, and Zlatan Ibile for their assistance during his poor beginnings, saying it helped shape him into the man he is today.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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