After All His Achievements – Why Has Olamide Not Make A Move To Shut Down O2 Arena?
Unarguably, Olamide is a living legend. He had done over and beyond anybody, dead or alive, in the rap industry in Africa.
It has become a thing to worry about for the bardo’s fans on why Olamide has decided not to go International with his music?
Comparing to other artists
Olamide had been around for over a decade, ahead of the likes of Davido, Burna Boy, and so many more in the industry.
He has also remained consistent with his music from 2011 to date; staying up on the chart is not an easy thing to do in the music industry.
Badoo did not just carry himself alone; he has also put out so many fantastic talents to the world through YBNL. Olamide remains one of the few that have raised a substantial number of talent in Africa today. How else do you define a legend?
His record label remains among the top 3 in Nigeria today. Not many of his caliber can boast of similar achievement.
Statistics About Olamide’s International Fans
Since O2 is the majorly recognized worldwide, our statistics will only be based in the UK. According to research online, there are over 21,000 Nigerians who are students and over 5,000 who are not students living in the UK. The neighborhood African citizens also have a substantial number of people living in the UK.
Aside from some UK citizens that love Nigerian music, Statistics favor Olaide, and he will sell out the O2 arena effortlessly.
Benefits of going international
Money aside, imagine the audience and popularity this could bring to Asake, Fireboy, and YBNL as a whole. Wait, did I just say money aside??? If not for money, then what for?
This would definitely bring more money to the table and even more than enough to push YBNL for years to come.
Note to Olamide
You are no longer the King of the streets. You are a king in Africa. We would love to see you go and pull strings international. Baba e kere niun aye o (You are more prominent). We all @Naijaloaded would love to see OLIC in 02 Arena.