Rapper Olamide has announced his fifth studio album titled Eyan Mayweather, will be released November 23, a year after his fourth studio album Baddest Guy Ever Liveth was released.
The new album, which will be his fifth in the last five years is a pure solo project with no features. It however has production work from Young John, B Banks, ID Cabasa and Pheelz.
The multiple award-winning rapper, who has remained consistent since the release of his 2012 album, YBNL, revealed this with a picture of the album cover on his Instagram page.
Olamide's 2015 hit songs, Lagos Boys, Melo Melo, Shaki Bobo will be in the album. Our reporter also gathered that Olamide’s album will be followed by Lil Kesh’s debut album that’s also ready to drop any time soon.
Olamide will enter the history book when his new album as the first Nigerian rapper to drop five albums in five years. The Yoruba-lingo rapper debuted with Rapsody in 2011 under I.D cabasa’s Coded Tunes.
Since leaving Coded Tunes, the rapper also known as Baddo, has released Yahoo Boy No Laptop in 2012 and Baddest Guy Ever Liveth in 2013 and Baddest Guy Ever Liveth all under his imprint, YBNL.
He currently has budding acts, Lil Kesh and Vicktor signed onto the label.
Meanwhile, Olamide and his team played at a concert at the Troxy in the UK over the weekend. The gig went down on October 25 and the reception was impressive.