Olamide & Zinoleesky: What A Collaboration!

If there is one pending collaboration the industry is yet to witness, it is undoubtedly that of Olamide and Zinoleesky.

Olamide & Zinoleesky What A Collaboration!
Olamide & Zinoleesky What A Collaboration!

It is not disclosed why the streets are yet to witness a collaboration from Olamide and Zinoleesky, however, Mp3bullet sheds insight into what a collaboration between these two forces will look like.

Over a decade of relevance and counting, Olamide has not only contributed to the growth but also collaborated with a vast number of up-and-coming singers who either became stars or had stunted music careers in the industry.

There is hardly an artiste in this present time, which success story is not associated with the YBNL boss’ influence or input; either financially, morally, or vocally.

His stealth adaptability to any sound can conveniently feature on any record, with a high chance of making it a hit! This is fact based on the number of records available from the singer’s catalogue that have made waves either on the streets or via streaming numbers or both.

His establishments in Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, Bella Shmurda, Fireboy DML and even Zinoleesky’s boss, Naira Marley, and a host of others can best attest to this submission.

Zinoleeksy on the other hand is one of the hottest breakouts in the past 5 years. He gained street popularity quickly with his debut single, ‘Ma Pariwo‘ and followed through with the ever-green ‘Kilofeshe‘. He is talented to a very large extent and his sultry vocal strings stem an emotional/ sexual appeal from his listeners, particularly from the female side.

Signed to Marlian Records, his advent to the record label erupted mixed reactions as some suggested the singer would have made a greater career under Olamide’s mentorship – well, life has its twist and turns.

Zinoleesky is doing great and a few features he has laid on this year are further testament to his progressive career. He tapped on Nonso Amadi’s ‘Lock Up‘, Adekunle Gold’s Party No Dey Stop and more.

Reflecting on what the chemistry between Olamide and Zinoleesky will be in their anticipated collaboration, is as easy as imaging what beans will be inside bread.

The intro will be electrifying, confidently riding on the guaranteed nostalgic feeling from the streets. Olamide, who has long retired from the rap game may need to drop a few punchlines in this groove.

He takes up the intro as the boss, then Zino delivers a captivating hook – one which will be instantly addictive.

Then, Olamide returns to deliver the first stanza –  his bossy vibe combined with his local dialect will balance up the tempo and fill up listeners’ adrenaline. He will continually pump in stunning lyrics, till Zino takes over the hook and delivers the second stanza alone.

Their vocals will then marry each other as they meet and greet in the third verse with simultaneous rhymes and rhythms and backup singers singing along to generate more life into the track; initializing a befitting epilogue.

Then, of course, the stew will be a solid production from P.prime and Niphkeys. Most likely an Amapiano-infused uptempo beat, with the touch of Afro street sounds.

Trust me, it’s going to be magical!

Business-wise, it will be of more profit to Zinoleesky’s career, more than it applies to Olamide –  who is an established kingmaker.

Zinoleesky will finally have a taste of what Olamide’s influence can garner him and it will be a more revealing side in retrospect to versatility.

If the thought process of their management pulls them towards this act, Olamide and Zinoleesky will solidly and confidently spell out this proclamation: “What a collaboration!”



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