The popular singer explained how he attracted the seasoned rapper to his project.
Daniel Benson, better known by his stage as Buju (BNXN), is a spectacular singer, songwriter, and performer from Nigeria. He recently talked about how he got Olamide to appear on his Album.
The gifted singer-songwriter, whose just-released album “Bad Since 97” is still amassing listeners and topping charts, provided a thorough explanation of how he was able to include the legendary Baddo on his follow-up album.
The young BNXN offered credit to well-known hypeman and dancer Poco Lee for ensuring that the single with Olamide, which is named “Modupe” which features heavyweights Wande Coal, Olamide, and Wizkid, came to pass. Normally, Olamide wouldn’t have jumped on a song like that, but he did it for the singer, claims BNXN.
Recall that the singer shared a screenshot of communication with the famous rapper on social media in the year 2021, expressing his joy at the forthcoming collaboration.
BNXN continued by discussing his job, personal development, mental health, and other fascinating subjects.
View the complete interview below.