Nigerian music veteran, Olamide symbolizes the streets in his latest installment, “Street Jam,” from his album.

Olamide delivers a captivating street anthem in two minutes and seven seconds over a hip-hop-infused instrumental.

Street Jam” finds Olamide unleashing some great phrases with switches from Yoruba to English and vice versa, taking his rap to a hundred.


The production was ascribed to Eskeez. “Street Jam” is a song from Olamide‘s recently released album “Unruly.”

Olamide‘s sophomore album, “Unruly,” contained 15 songs and featured Rema, CKay, Fireboy DML, Bnxn, and Asake as guests.

The album “Unruly” was preceded by tracks like “Trumpet” with CKay and “New Religion” with Asake.

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Quotable Lyrics:

Ewo tu lele yi (yuh)
Kilotu gbede yi (yuh)
Anoti lele yi (yuh)
Baba yin lele yi (yuh)
Omo na money (yuh)
De ginger (yuh)
Hustle everyday (yuh)
Oya lowo wa (yuh)
Eruku (yuh)
Orun mu oru (yuh)
Bonshe shey laye (yuh)
Lonshe lorun (yuh)
Momor alufa (yuh)
Ton je elede (yuh)
Momor pastor (yuh)
Tonmu pelebe (yuh)

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