Indigenous rapper, Olamide, has revealed that he is more concerned about his acceptability on the street than any other thing.
"I Can’t Be Bothered About International Collaborations When I Have The Street" – @olamide_YBNL
— SOUNDCITY AFRICA! (@SOUNDCITYtv) August 18, 2017
The rapper revealed during an interview that representing the streets gives him what he needs and that cannot be compared to anything.
He also revealed that he just wants to live his dream and if in the process a foreign artiste is interested in his song, then he would work with the person.
Concerning appealing on an artiste to feature on his track, the YBNL lead act said such was not possible, as he would rather have his style and be remembered for it even in death.