As many fans of YNBL boss, Olamide, look forward to the August 9 release date of his latest album, the singer warned them not to expect an average album from him as he insisted that some of them may find the ‘Unruly’ album and videos explicit and lewd.
The singer, who shared the track-list of his new body of work on Friday told Per Second News in an exclusive short interaction that the album could raise dust as the contents may sound offensive to some people who may be expecting something different.
The album, which is Olamide’s 11th studio work features Rema, Fireboy DML, Asake, BNXN and Ckay among other music artistes, and is one of the most anticipated music projects in the music industry despite Kizz Daniel and Adekunle Gold dropping albums on Friday.
Speaking with Per Second News, Olamide described his album as a mixture of the good and the bad, adding that those who love Olamide will embrace the project and run up the number while those who expect something different may be surprised as well.
He said he took his time to work on the album and the title, ‘unruly’ should tell people that it is not the regular album that preaches to everyone.
“It is an album that only the unruly can appreciate and vibe to. I am looking forward to the album dominating the social media and music platforms in its first week of release.”
Baddo has over 453 million streams on Spotify and his most streamed song on the platform is “Infinity” with Omah Lay but the singer said he wants to increase the numbers this time with his new project as he continues to entertain music lovers across Africa.