Ace indigenous Nigerian rapper, Olamide, is set to release his fifth studio album, with a song named after Nigeria’s electoral don, Attahiru Jega.
It however remains unknown, if the song was dedicated to the professor of political science who led Nigeria’s 2015 general election – the nation’s freest election in recent times.
The album, which is set for a November 23 release is said to have broken a recent industry record, as it features no other artistes on all 21 songs.
Unveiling the album art via instagram, Olamide revealed that he was breaking the rules by not featuring anyone on the song.
“Just so they know! #EyanMayweather zero feature! #YBNL #BreakRules,” he tweeted.
In April 2015, Olamide released a co-recorded album, Two Kings, which featured Phyno and some other YBNL acts.
His anticipated album was produced by ID Cabasa, Young John, BBanks and Pheelz, with the latter producing 16 of the 21 songs on the album.
After hitting the lime light with in 2010 with his rap single, Eni Duro, Olamide went on to release his first studio album Rapsodi in 2011.
He then released YBNL, Baddest guy ever liveth and Street OT, in 2012, 2013 and 2014 respectively.
Olamide won best rap album and album of the year at both 2013 and 2014 Headies, formerly known as Hip Hop World Awards (HHWA).
His latest award was at the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), where he was awarded the best male act for West Africa.