BNXN (Buju) Explains How He Got Olamide On ‘Modupe’ Track Off His ‘Bad Since ’97’ Album. (READ)

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Nigerian afro-fusion singer, songwriter and record producer, Daniel Benson, known professionally as Bnxn and formerly known as Buju, has shared the story behind how he got to feature YBNL boss, Olamide on a track off his newly released “Bad Since ’97” album.

Bnxn had a collaboration with Olamide on “Modupe” a track off his latest album, “Bad Since ’97”.

On Thursday, August 25th, the singer shared via his official Twitter page how he got the Olamide feature.

Also Read: See Full Details As BNXN (Buju) and Ruger Fight Again On Twitter.

The singer shared screenshots of WhatsApp conversations between himself and the rap icon, Olamide, where he was seen expressing enthusiasm to collaborate with BNXN despite swearing off being on slow-paced songs.

See screenshots of BNXN’s conservation with Olamide below:

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