Olamide House Photos, Cost & Address
Rumors have it that Olamide owns three houses in Nigeria, but how true are these rumors? If you are here to find out the truth about Olamide’s house, including exclusive photos of the interior and the exterior, then you are in the right place.
In this article, we are going to talk about Olamide’s houses and if he actually has more than one house in Nigeria, we are also going to share exclusive photos and share information on the cost of the house(s).
Who is Olamide?
Olamide Adedeji popularly known by his professional name Olamide is a Nigerian rapper, singer and songwriter. The artist who is also known as Olamide Badoo, BaddoSneh is well known for his unique style of rapping in the Yoruba language which is his native tongue.
Olamide began his journey in the music industry at the age of 12 after he claimed he had found his gift in music. Olamide shot into the limelight in 2010 after the release of his hit track “Eni Duro”. The rapper released his debut studio album a year later.
Ever since the rapper has kept on releasing hit tracks including the single from his second album “First of All”.
Olamide started his own record label YBNL Nation after the success of his first album. He was previously signed to Coded Tunes record label. Since the beginning of his music career, the talented rapper has released more than 120 songs.
Being one of the most popular rappers in the Nigerian music industry, it is highly expected for Olamide to have some valuable endorsements under his belt, and he certainly does. Olamide has landed several massive endorsement deals over the period of his music career. He signed an endorsement deal with CIROC in 2013 becoming the first Nigerian to sign an endorsement deal with the Vodka brand. The endorsement deal was reportedly worth N30 million.
Olamide also signed an endorsement deal with Guinness for the “Guinness Made of Black” campaign. Other endorsement deals under his belt include an endorsement deal with Etisalat reportedly worth N50 million and another deal in early 2018 with satellite company and cable TV, Play TV Nigeria. Olamide posted the news on his Instagram page, saying the deal was his biggest one yet.
The talented rapper also has many awards in his shelf including several Headies, 2 Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA), 1 City People Entertainment Award and so many others.
The rapper reportedly charges around N2 million to N4 million for show bookings and about N5,000 for his concert tickets.
Being one of the richest musicians and rappers in Nigeria, you would expect the rapper to live in a very large and luxurious mansion. If that is what you expect then you are not far from the truth.
Olamide doesn’t have just one but three luxurious mansions all located in the city of Lagos. One of his mansions is located in Bariga where he grew up. The exquisite 3-bedroom apartment which is reportedly worth N20 million was built in the name of his parents and dedicated to his mum who passed on in early 2018.
According to some media outlets Olamide owns another mansion in Bariga, Lagos although this is unconfirmed, the house is reportedly worth around N25 million.
Olamide’s last house is located in Lekki which is expected as most big-time Nigerian celebrities own a house either in Lekki Area or Banana Island. The Lekki house which is reportedly worth N38 million is Olamide’s permanent residence and he spends most of his time there.
The house has several floors and a huge outdoor luxury pool. Olamide currently stays in the mansion with his Baby Mama.
Other things Olamide Owns
Just like most other Nigerian celebrities, Olamide has a fleet of cars which he proudly shows off on social media. The rapper also gave out a Toyota Venza worth N6 million to his producer which mimics the act of Davido who gave out a house to his producer Shizzi in 2014.
His car collection includes Toyota Camry, 2 Range Rovers, and a Mercedes Benz G Class.
Olamide has been the subject of controversies like most other celebrities, but this time, it is his choice of lyrics that got heavily criticized by both fans and non-fans alike. Most Nigerian musicians began a tradition of praising “internet fraudsters” in their songs, although this has been downplayed by music lovers, Olamide decided to follow the culture and release a song titled “Logo Benz” which praises these fraudsters and promotes ritual killings.
Olamide had since rendered an apology to his fans and non-fans for the song
Being one of the most talented rappers in the Nigerian music industry and one of the pioneers of Yoruba rap, Olamide is certainly a legend and icon in the Nigerian music industry.