12 December 2018

Nigeria: Olamide Thanks Jay-Z for Teaching Him 'Wealth Is the New Gangsta'

Lagos — Nigerian finest indigenous rapper, Olamide is indeed a lesson in good preparations enhances good performance. The rapper who started modestly less than a decade ago has reinvented himself over the years and has become a mainstay in the dynamic Nigerian music industry.

The 'Motigbona' crooner recently took to instagram to appreciate American rapper and music mogul, Jay-Z who celebrated his birthday last week Tuesday, December 4th 2018.

In his post, Olamide, YBNL honcho, thanked the legendary rapper for teaching him that gangsterism has moved from wasting one's life shooting guns and docking bullets.

According to Jay-Z whose net worth as stipulated by Forbes is $810 million, wealth is the new gangsta. Reaching out to the rapper on his birthday, Olamide wrote, "Happy birthday to my fav god MC, Jigga Man. Thanks for sharing your light to the world and teaching us WEALTH is the new Gangsta... MASTER."

Jay Z is one of the leading lights of hip hop music while has made an industry out of a music career. The rapper and husband of Pop star, Beyonce , created a music distribution company, Tidal music and has tried to penetrate the Nigerian market.


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