Olamide’s new album’Carpe Diem’ features Fireboy, Omah Lay and others

YBNL Boss, Olamide dropped a new album. The album will be a follow-up to 999, dropped in January 2020. ‘Carpe Diem’ is Latin word for a plea used to advise people to make the most of their time now and give little thought to the future.

Artist: Olamide

Album Title: Carpe Diem

Genre: Afro-pop, Pop, Bashment, Reggae-Fusion, Afro-swing, Hip-Hop/Rap

Date of Release: October 8, 2020

Producers: P-Prime, Pheelz, Young Jonn, VStix and ID Cabasa

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Album Art:

Length: 12 songs, 38 minutes

Features: 6 – Fireboy Omah Lay, Bella Shmurda, Phyno, Bad Boy Timz and PeruzziTracklist:

His words:

The project is a reflection of my mind, and also the current sound brewing underground in Nigeria,” OLAMIDÉ says. “It’s a combination of a lot of traditional elements and also a sound from way back in Nigeria called galala, which has a little bit of reggae/dancehall. It’s also a fusion of something we call Celestial, which is when you are playing secular music in church. It’s like taking pop to the church.

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Oct 8th #CarpeDiem

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What’s your fave. #CarpeDiem

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