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eLDee Rapper to make comback for Olamide collaboration?

The ‘I go yarn’ rapper had almost stopped releasing music, retiring from the art, and channeling his time to tech entereprenuership, which has led to the establishment of his tech company – MyPlayData.

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Former rapper and record label boss, Lanre ‘eLDee The Don’ Dabiri, might be returning to music after taking a break from the industry.

The ‘I go yarn’ rapper had almost stopped releasing music, retiring from the art, and channeling his time to tech entereprenuership, which has led to the establishment of his tech company – MyPlayData.

During his time, eLDee ran Trybes Men and Trybe Records, a label that was responsible gfor the considerable success of a number of stars including Sasha, 2Shotz, Dr SID, Blaise, Freestyle and Kaboom.

But Olamide might have started what could lead to an eLDee return to music in Nigeria.

On Sunday, January 17, the YBNL boss tweeted about wanting to collaborate with the ace musician and the response was pretty positive from eLDee The Don.

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Olamide

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In 2015, eLDee dabbled into music making, featuring on Sheyman’s single, ‘King in my area’, and he also released an introspective single titled ‘It ain’t all bad’.

Speaking on his current music situation, the singer said, “I get a lot of messages daily, from fans requesting new eLDee music and while I have chosen a new path, I understand that I did not choose music, music chose me. I have recorded something for the true fans of eLDee and I hope they enjoy it. This is NOT an attempt to come out of retirement, I am doing this to reciprocate the constant love I have enjoyed from fans, during and after my music career,”

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