Time, which changes people, does not alter the image we have of them
You can’t make a list of the big boys in the Nigerian music industry without coming up with this two friends Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike and Olamide Adedeji popularly known as phyno and olamide Baddo. there names are mentioned it pulls a lot of attention in the world of entertainment.
Olamide was a young rapper who was just finding his feet on the scene, while Phyno had been enjoying relative success in the East, producing and performing but never broke into the Lagos market, which in Nigerian context is the mainstream.
Let meet phyno
Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike (born 9 October 1986), better known as Phyno, is a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. He started his music career as a producer in 2003, and is renowned for rapping in the Igbo language. His debut studio album No Guts No Glory was released in 2014.
The name Phyno was a nickname given to him by one of his high school friends, Emeka, which was derived from the word "Phenomenal".
And also olamide
Olamide Adedeji (born 15 March 1989), known professionally as Olamide (but popularly called Olamide Baddo or BaddoSneh), is a Nigerian hip hop recording artist.
Olamide took to his music career in 2000, after discovering his talent in music. 10 years later, after the release of Eni Duro, he rose to stardom. He released his first single ‘Eni Duro’ under the coded Tunes label and was managed by Toni Payne. Olamide later performed at the hip-hop world awards ceremony that same year.
He founded the YBNL Nation, an independent record label where several top Nigerian Music Stars signed under its imprint. Olamide sings in his native language, Yoruba, and he is an award-winning Nigerian rapper.
See throw back of the two artist.
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