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Olamide’s Net Worth: Career Income, Bio, Assets, and Personal Information!

Olamide is a well-known Nigerian rapper, musician, and music executive with a net worth of $10.5 million as of 2022. Olamide Gbenga Adedeji is his real name, and he goes by the stage names Olamide, BaddoSneh, or Baddo.

He is well regarded as the top Afrobeats ambassador who helped shape the genre’s culture in the global music arena. Olamide’s music career began in 2010 with the release of his first single, Eni Duro, and he has since established himself as one of Africa’s top and most influential performers.

He rose to prominence by rapping in both English and Yoruba. Olamide rose to prominence following the release of his debut studio album, Rapsodi, which brought him early acclaim in the music industry.

Aside from that, he has a sizable fan base on social media, with roughly 10 million followers on Instagram alone.

Olamide’s Early Life

Olamide Gbenga Adedeji was born on March 15, 1989 in Bariga, Lagos State to parents Pa Adedeji and Ronke Osisanya Adedeji.

He is his mother’s second child, and he grew up with a younger sister named TemmyGold and an elder brother named Eniola Olamilekan (aka DJ Enimone). His older brother is a DJ who wants to be a disc jockey.

Olamide found musical potential while growing up in the picturesque town of Bariga and has always aspired to be an artist since he was a child. He discovered early on that he is talented at writing rap songs.

He received his senior and primary schooling at top-tier public schools in Bariga. Later, he enrolled in the Tai Solarin University of Education to pursue a degree in public communication but dropped out due to financial constraints.

Olamide’s Career

Olamide launched his professional music career in 2010 with the release of his debut track Eni Duro. The song brought him fame and was widely lauded by reviewers. The same year, he was also invited to perform at The Hip Hop Awards.

He dropped out of university at the same time he signed a record deal with ID Cabasa’s Coded Tunes label and Toni Payne became his manager.

Under the terms of the agreement, Olamide released his debut album Raspodi in 2011, which was a commercial success. Omo To Shan, the album’s lead tune, went viral and topped multiple charts after airing on several radio stations in Lagos and around the country. Many well-known artists made guest appearances, including ID Cabasa, 9ice, Reminisce, D’banj, and Wizkid.

After quitting Coded Tunes, Olamide established his label, YBNL Nation, in 2012. Olamide released his second studio album, YBNL, in November 2012. It was produced by Tyrone, Pheelz, ID Cabasa, Samklef, and 2 Kriss.

Olamide worked on this project with Kayswitch, Dammy Krane, Reminisce, Samklef, Buckwylla, Minus 2, Base One, Tiwa Savage, and the legendary Davido. The album includes the songs First and Foremost, I Left the Illuminati, Voice of the Street, and Stupid Love.

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Olamide released his third studio album, Baddest Guy Ever Liveth, on November 7, 2013, under his label YBNL Nation. The album has 14 tracks and was a huge success, winning Best Album Of The Year at the 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. Eleda Mi O, Yemi My Lover, Durosoke, and Turn Up were four of the album’s singles that became viral.

Olamide’s fourth studio album, Street OT, was released in November 2014, and it was followed by his 2013 album, Baddest Guy Ever Liveth. Popular singles on the album include Story For The Gods and Goons Mi. B-Banks, Pasuma, Reminisce, Young John, and Don Jazzy, among others, contributed to his album.

Olamide continues to release albums, including 21 tracks in his fifth album “Eyan Mayweather” in 2015, 16 tracks in his sixth album “The Glory” in 2016, 11 tracks in his 11th album “Carpe Diem” in 2020, and 12 tracks in his 12th album “UY Scuti” in 2021.

He released his 9-track extended play 999 in early 2020. In 2015, Olamide and Phyno collaborated on the studio album 2 Kings. Olamide’s most hit song was Infinity, which featured Omah Lay and soon went viral, garnering over 50 million views on YouTube.

The song was also nominated for Song Of The Year at the 2021 All Africa Music Awards. The rapper began his career at a young age and has won numerous prizes, including

  • City People Entertainment Awards,
  • The Headies 2014,
  • 2014 Channel O Music Video Awards,
  • TooXclusive Awards 2015,
  • Nigeria Entertainment Awards,
  • Nigeria Music Video Awards.

Olamide’s Personal Life

Olamide began dating Aisha Suleiman, and the couple married in 2014. The couple welcomed their first child, Batifeori Maximilliano Adedeji, on January 30, 2016. On July 1, 2019, Olamide and Aisha welcomed their second child, Tunrepin Myles Adebeji.

Olamide was once married to prominent Nigerian radio personality Maria Okanrende, with whom he had a daughter named Asaiah Monifé Maria. Olamide and Maria’s relationship did not continue long, and they divorced shortly after the birth of their daughter.

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Olamide's Personal Life

Olamide’s Biography

Full Name Olamide Gbenga Adedeji
Nickname Olamide, Baddo
Age 33 years old
Date Of Birth March 15, 1989
Birth Place Bariga, Lagos, Nigeria
Nationality Nigerian
Hometown Bariga, Lagos State
Height 5 feet 9 inch (1.8 m)
Marital Status Married
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Brown
Spouse Adebukunmi Aisha Sulaiman
Children Tunrepin Myles,
Batifeori Maximilliano Adedeji
Father Pa Adedeji
Mother Ronke Osisanya Adedeji
Siblings DJ Enimoney,
Education Qualification Dropped Out

Olamide’s Net Worth 

Olamide’s Net Worth is expected to be approximately $10.5 million in 2022. He is one of the richest and highest-paid rappers in Nigeria and has released multiple hit singles over his career.

On top of that, Olamide is one of the most well-known Nigerian artists, with a large fan base all over the world. The majority of his earnings come from the music industry, including album sales, live concerts, streams, successful singles, and a variety of other endeavors.

Infinity, Triumphant, Eru, Green Light, Shilalo, Plenty, Unconditionally, Another Level, Oja Majemi, Take, Rich & Famous, Vision 2020, and Loading are some of Olamide’s most popular songs. Olamida’s annual salary is around $3 million.

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His revenue also comes from brand sponsorship; Olamide was the first Nigerian to secure an endorsement deal with one of the leading alcoholic brands, Cîroc. The rapper has roughly a million fans on his YouTube channel.


Olamide has been able to purchase luxury houses for himself, and he lives a rich lifestyle in his sumptuous house in the upscale Lekki region.

He paid a stunning N70 million for this mansion. He also owns numerous additional properties in the country, including one in Bariga that costs roughly N25 million.


Olamide Net worth, Cars, and Biography 2022

Automobile Collection

Olamide, like many other rappers, like classic and expensive cars. He owns a “Mercedes-Benz G Class” that cost him approximately N30 million. Olamide also purchased a Range Rover Sport, a Range Rover V8, a Toyota Camry, a Roll Royce Phantom, and other vehicles.


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