Olamide reacts to Soundcity’s 50 songs of the decade list

Ybnl’s boss Olamide badoo expressed mixed feelings after being snubbed by Soundcity radio’s list of 50 songs of the decade.

As Wizkid’s Ojuelegba sitting at the No. 1 spot on the just release 50 songs by African artistes that ruled the airwaves for the last decade. Other notable songs from prominent artistes made the list including the hit-maker; Davido Adeleke making the most appearances with over 3 spots which are: Dami duro, Fall and Skelewu.

Olamide however failed to make the list irrespective of pioneering series of hit songs over the last decade. However, TheYBNL’s boss songs hit songs which include Wo, science student, melo melo, shakti bobo, and more, were missing on the list.

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Some fans who were displeased with Soundcity’s top 50 songs of the decade which excluded the hit markers Olamide and Phyno took to Twitter to express their anger.

They argued that the non-recognition of the aforementioned artists is a disrespect to both them and the music industry.

Olamide took to Twitter to equally express an indifferent attitude at having been snubbed by the radio. However, the mildly stated that the nonrecognition by Soundcity would not stop him from achieving his business goals. Olamide in a tweet insinuated that he isn’t disappointed, rather he feels that his career has more value than recognition.


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