The phenomenal performer explained how he convinced the seasoned rapper to take part in his work.
Daniel Benson, better known by his stage as Buju (BNXN), is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and performer who recently discussed how he collaborated with Olamide for his latest EP.
The gifted songwriter, whose recently released EP “Bad Since 97” is still racking numbers and topping charts, explained in great detail how he managed to secure the services of the legendary Baddo for his follow-up effort.
Despite working with industry heavyweights like Wande Coal, Olamide, and Wizkid, youthful BNXN attributed credit for the inclusion of Olamide on the project to popular hypeman and dancer Poco Lee. If BNXN is to be believed, Olamide would have passed up the opportunity to feature on such a song had it not been for the vocalist.
You may remember that the singer took to social media in 2021 to share a screenshot of a conversation he had with the prominent rapper, in which he expressed his excitement about working together.
Following this, BNXN discussed his development as an artist, his struggles with mental health, and other fascinating issues.
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