Olamide Drops 'Dansaki'

Nigerian indigenous rapper, Olamide is out with a new single. He teams up with popular producer, 2Kriss, to produce this mid-tempo special titled, ‘Dansaki’.

In this new song, Olamide stays true to his style, infusing his core elements that have made him a hit in the music circles. From the start, ‘Dansaki’ gets you moving calmly. Then the sweet melody kicks in and you find yourself loving it more and more with each passing second.

Ultimately, you’re bound to keep this song on repeat.

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