“Olamide shot part of my music video with his own money” – Dice Ailesl Reveals

“Olamide shot part of my music video with his own money” – Dice Ailesl Reveals

Young Afropop performer Shasha Damilola Alesh, often known as Dice Ailes, has disclosed that legendary rapper and performer Olamide used his money to finance a portion of the “Pim Pim” music video.

Olamide made an appearance in Dice’s Pim Pim, which was published in 2020 at the height of the coronavirus epidemic.

The artist revealed to broadcaster Adesope Olajide that he was in Nigeria at the time while Olamide was abroad.

Since neither of them was able to fly to the other’s location, Olamide used his own funds to film his portion of the song’s music video and delivered it to him.

He praised the founder of the YBNL country for his work and expressed his eternal gratitude.

“Olamide shot part of my music video with his own money” – Dice Ailesl Reveals

You can recalls that popular Nigerian singer, Zlatan Ibile also attested to Hip Hop star, Olamide being a life changer who helped many artistes become stars.

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He hailed the YBNL Nation founder for helping him and other artistes like Naira Marley, Fireboy DML and Adekunle Gold.

Olamide has helped a number of musicians, and Zlatan Ibile mentioned them to friends while pointing out that he doesn’t boast or seek attention for all he does. Olamide, according to him, never mentions how many individuals he assists.

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He recalled how, early in his career, the ‘Wo’ crooner phoned him and asked them to record his debut song, so they flew to another state.

Zlatan claimed he was speechless when working with Olamide in the studio because he never imagined he would have the chance.

He included Ycee, Dotman, Young John, Pheelz, and Asake as the other artists that he said Baddo gave platforms to, allowing them to succeed.

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