Nigerian sensational singer, songwriter and performer, Daniel Benson, popularly known as Buju (BNXN), has opened up on how he got the Olamide feature on his EP.
The sensational singer revealed how he got the veteran rapper to appear on his project.
The talented singer-songwriter, whose recently released EP ‘Bad Since 97′ is still racking numbers and topping charts, gave a detailed explanation of how he got the iconic Baddo on his sophomore project.
The young BNXN, who had heavyweights like Wande Coal, Olamide, and Wizkid on the project, gave props to popular hypeman and dancer, Poco Lee, for being responsible for the song with Olamide, which is titled “Modupe,” happening. According to BNXN, Olamide ordinarily wouldn’t have jumped on such a song, but he did it for the singer.
Recall that the singer, sometime in 2021, took to social media to share a screenshot of a chat with the heavyweight rapper, expressing his delight at the collaboration then.
BNXN also went on to speak about his career, growth, his mental health, and other interesting topics.
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