Popular Nigerian rapper, Olamide Adedeji has unveiled his clothesline, Baddo unlimited, with sales going online at once.
Though the prolific indigenous rapper did not officially unveil his latest venture, the T-shirts are already selling at leading online stores, the YBNL boss made the sales known via his social media accounts (Twitter and Instagram), where he posted pictures and links advertising the cloth line. “Baddo Unlimited urban clothing by Olamide now available, exclusive to Konga and Jumia only, order here,” he tweeted.
Olamide joins a number of Nigerian artistes who have taken interest in such ventures, with multi-award winning Ojuelegba crooner Wizkid the most recent to announce his Snapback collection.
Other artistes involved in clothing are Ruggedman with 8figures, Phyno with his Alobam T-shirts (produced by Yayo clothing), Psquare’s Ajeh wear and D’banj’s Koko wear. In 2014, 2Face Idibia was spotted on Ruggedman’s 8figures at the Hennessy Artistry 2014 club tour, which held at Cosmo Lounge in Port Harcourt.
Olamide is gradually building an empire in the industry, rising from being just an artiste to being a record label owner and producer of two signed artistes, Lil Kesh and Viktor. In 2014 alone, he featured in two hot singles, encouraging his fans in Son of Abraham and hails the ingenuity of a street rapper in Local Rapper. Baddo unlimited T-shirts are available online at N4,000 each.
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