by Temitope Onitiju
A few hours after the release of his 4th studio album, indigenous rapper, Olamide had many reasons to be excited.
The new record, ‘Street OT’ is already number one on the Nigerian iTunes store, taking over from M.I Abaga’s record, ‘The Chairman’.
Street OT was released on Friday, 14 November, but that didn’t stop it from knocking ‘The Chairman’ from the top spot, after being on the chart for two weeks.
Olamide’s 4th record in as much years, has already caused a lot of social media frenzy, and now it’s topping iTunes sales chart.
And it’s less then 24 hours since its release.