As Olamide dropped his new single, Motigbana, on Wednesday, some of his fans have been raving not only about the song but also about its artwork. When he shared images of the artwork on his Instagram page, some of the comments that followed were; “Your artwork always doper than the songs lol.” “Art work too bad” See post and other reactions to song:
Olamide’s new video Motigbana rocking campuses, fans claim
Afro-beat crooner, Olamide “Badoo” Adedeji, has released a video for his latest single, Motigbana, a day after dropping the official audio.
The YBNL boss made the announcement on his official twitter account @olamide YBNL Motigbanaofficial video now available on Vevo. The title of the brand new single, Motigbana, is a Yoruba word that translates to “I’m on fire.”
The single is vintage Olamide, and it depicts the African culture, with dance hall vibes, playful lyrics and a gentle flow.
Olamide, who is known for producing Street Bangers,has been tipped by his fans to top the charts with his latest single, Motigbana. Fans reactions: @leumas-timi: “Am sure boss doesn’t know his song is rocking in Unilag.
“New song “Motigbana” ranks no 2 on University of Lagos Music Billboard Hot 20 chart’.
@oluwahabby: “Another problem has entered the street, certified hit maker “Motigbana’’ on repeat. This song will top charts during the festive period.”
After a reasonably quiet period, Olamide has dropped back -to-back singles following the release of Puna less than a week ago.
His previous street anthem, Science student, controversially went viral for the perceived wrong message it sent out to youths. A section of Nigerians accused Olamide of subtly endorsing drug abuse.