LRR entertainment artiste, Oladips just released a new track O Sure featuring Olamide. Looking at the concept behind the title of the track, do you think Oladips explored the privilege of a feature with Olamide well?
The low tempo rap track had a constant feature of punch lines in Oladips’ lyrics as well and Olamide’s lines. Dominating the song with majorly Yoruba lyrics and few English lines, do you think the language barrier might limit the wide acceptance of the song?
Looking at how they’ve managed to produce a sick tune like O sure, there is no denial Olamide and Oladips seem to have sync on dropping dope songs. Making a song with a kind of beat that seems to be Olamide’s comfort zone, do you think that was the best Oladips and Olamide could have done to the track?
Looking back at how Olamide’s hit tracks Wo and Science student has faced serious condemnation and ban from the NBC and the general public especially with science student; do you think his feature on Oladips’ track would send a wrong signal for Oladips’ brand as an artiste?
Although his previous track Llakukulala rode on the wave of trend, it is obvious that O Sure has defiled the law of trend that drives many hit tracks in the Nigerian music industry. Nonetheless, with a low tempo rap song standing against the traffic of the numerous shaku shaku rap songs, how long do you think Oladips’ O sure might trend?