Saturday, 26 August 2017

MPNAIJA GIST:Mr Viral: 5 times Olamide has influenced Pop Culture Trends in Nigeria

Cherish him or abhor him, it’s never insightful to underrate him. Olamide has demonstrated on numerous occasions that he holds the crown with regards to impacting pop culture in Nigeria. The YBNL manager has had a generally calm year on his models, with prior singles like “Love No Go Die” and “Wavy Level” attempting to make a blemish on the Nigerian group of onlookers.

His “Late spring Body” joint effort with Davido however brought some reprieve his direction though not all that stupendous. At that point came the slamming “Wo!”, advising us that Olamide has not lost that enchantment touch. What enchantment touch, you say? Have we overlooked so effectively how he got nearly the whole nation doing the “Shakiti Bobo?” Or perhaps when he had every one of us including “sneh” to our names notwithstanding when we don’t know what it implies? (profound murmur) I’m liable on the two tallies and there are different illustrations which I’ll go into with this article.

In this way, right away, here are five times Olamide has impacted popular culture inclines in Nigeria. I should have included all the more yet I need you to incorporate yours in the remark area so i’ll meet you there. First of All

 “First of all, Introduction!” I remember nearly getting into trouble with a lecturer for replying when he said “First of all” during a lecture. Thank God for crowded classes. This song is not necessarily Olamide’s best in terms of Lyrics but it is a perfect example of his ability to get the crowd to sing along with him. The song has that drawling playful nature, and happened to be released when the Azonto dance was popping. Need I say more?



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