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Things To Learn From Nigerian Rapper ‘Olamide’ As He Launches New TV Station

Nigerian exceptional rapper Olamide Adedeji a.ka. ‘Baddo,’ has extend his entrepreneurship journey to the media industry as he recently announced the launch of his new television channel, `Voice Of The Streets (VOTS)’.


The 29 year old rapper made this known on his birthday , Thursday March 15,2018 through his post on Instagram.

According to his post he dedicated the TV station to his family, especially his late mother who passed away recently, his son and his record label YBNL.

We love this great move of Olamide, as he has shown us a good example of how to invest in more ideas after getting to the peak of ones initial idea. Rather than channel his money into luxurious items, Olamide settled on kick starting a different idea which he can use continuously to impact his community. He is an entrepreneur many youths can learn from on how best to utilize funds and fame.

The proud father of one who recently proposed to his long time girlfriend moved from an unknown street rapper to one globally recognised for his uniqueness. Now he has founded a television station.


More About Olamide
Olamide Adedeji was born on the 15th of March, 1989 in Bariga, Lagos State Nigeria. He attended both primary and high schools in Lagos but for his tertiary education, Olamide attended Tai Solarin University of Education where he studied Mass Communication.

Professional music for the talented Yoruba singer began in 2010 with the release of his first single; ‘Eni Duro’ Eni Duro was released under the Coded Tunes record label which Olamide was signed unto at the time. The song received wide critical acclaim and instantly shot Olamide to limelight.

To youths out there, when you’re focused, determined and hard working like Olamide, you will definitely achieve beyond what you ever imagine within short time.  Pick the points that can help you become a better you from this piece and apply them according.

We Celebrate Olamide!

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