Eniola Badmus has admitted that Olamide is the king of street.
The actress and rapper have maintained a close relationship, since they both came to limelight on the Nigerian big screen. In fact, Olamide did the soundtrack for Eniola’s new movie, “Ghetto Bred”. While commenting on the reason why Olamide was picked for the soundtrack, the actress said: “Ever since we wrote the script, we knew Olamide was going to do the soundtrack. Because whether we like it or not, Olamide still has a huge hold on street.
“To me, he is the king of street. Ghetto Bred is big, I saw it then and said, ‘you know what? Let us roll with the big shots.’ Apart from that, Olamide and I, we have a good connection and if I am doing stuff and I feel like Olamide would be good for it, I bring him up. Also, if he is doing stuff and he feels like I would be good for it, I am sure he would call me for it.”
Eniola Badmus played the role of a taxi driver with the soul of a tomboy who lives in a ghetto with her educated elder brother, in “Ghetto Bred” which stars Jide Kosoko, Yaw, Bolanle Ninolowo, Ushbebe, and Lisa Omorodion among others. ‘Ghetto Bred’ is a comedy film filled with beautiful and wonderful storylines about an overzealous young woman. The Movie is expected to hit cinemas on June 15.
Olamide is an award-winning Nigerian rapper. His hits include “Bobo,” “Wo,” “End Euro,” “Goons Mi,” and “Story For The Gods.”
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