“Olamide Brought Mohbad to Me by 1am”: Reminisce Shares Touching Story of Working With the Deceased

“Olamide Brought Mohbad to Me by 1am”: Reminisce Shares Touching Story of Working With the Deceased

  • Nigerian rapper Reminisce spurred emotions as he spoke about his late junior colleague Mohbad
  • In a recent podcast episode, the indigenous rapper revealed that it was Olamide who introduced him to the deceased
  • Reminisce highlighted how the YBNL boss made sure he and Mohbad worked on his song despite his initial rejection

Nigerian rapper Remilekun Abdulkalid Safaru, popularly known as Reminisce, has revealed the influence of his colleague Olamide on the career of the late singer Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba 'Mohbad'.

The indigenous rapper, during his recent appearance on the Zero Conditions Podcast, disclosed that it was the YBNL music executive who introduced him to Mohbad.

Olamide, Mohbad, Reminisce
Reminisce shared how Olamide brought Mohbad to him. Credit: @olamide, @iammohbad, @iamreminisce
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Reminisce mentioned that Mohbad was ecstatic to see him the first time they met and was eager to put him on his Blessed EP.

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However, Olamide refused and said it was best he featured on Reminisce's album.

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Reminisce noted that he didn't do any talking when they met because Olamide was keen on him working with the late singer, so he watched the process unfold. The Science Student hitmaker ensured Mohbad worked on his verse for the indigenous rap lord.

Mohbad was featured on Reminisce's hit track Shina Peters, released in May 2023, four months before his death.

See the podcast below:

Netizens react to Reminisce's revelation

Legit.ng captured reactions below:


"If you love Baddo and know say na baba like this."


"Olamide doing things underground and wont even say a word."


"If u like baddo gather here."


"Mohbad made me download this alaga album...and I must say his song is the biggest and the sweetest in that album ... to be honest badoo a baba no long cap."

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"Internet and reality go always Dey 100% different. Baddo always ride for everyone for this industry no cap."


"This always bring fresh pain to my heart. Boy wey for still dey alive dey break margin."

Olamide, Davido, Do2dtun, other celebs mourn Mohbad

Following the reports of singer Mohbad's demise, celebrities in the entertainment industry mourned him on social media.

While Olamide took to Twitter to mourn Mohbad, DMW label Davido shared Mohbad's picture on his Instastory.

Media personnel do2dtun also shared pictures of him with Mohbad and some colleagues at a show, as he wrote in his caption:

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