Olamide quashes rumours making the rounds over his deliberate boycott of Nigerian born Benin Republic singing sensation ‘Lace’ multi-million naira video for their hit song ‘Gba Be’ which was produced by ID Cabasa on Tuesday at the African Shrine during Lace’s energetic performance at Felabration 2013 as Olamide surprisingly joined Lace on stage to send the audience into ecstatic frenzy.
Taiwo Agbohunsabetter known as Lace is as equally popular on the streets, respected for always coining out street like with accustomed ease with hits like Sebiwo, Gba Be and Fere (Whistle). Gradually enjoying appreciable mainstream music acceptance; with the on-going rebranding efforts powered by his new record label,Dozage Records. Lace has debunked the love-lost peddled by rumour mongers about Olamide’s boycott of his video shoot saying;
“This is Olamide’s shine time and I know he is very busy, though he promised to put up an appearance at the video shoot but eventually did not apparently because of prior engagements and I was also billed to perform at the Notthinghill Carnival in London few days after we shot the video so my Record Label had no choice but to tell to Director Mattmax to round off recording and post-editing for official release to my fans who has been yearning for the video for the song, myself and Olamide met at Etisalat Cliqfest show in Offa, Kwara State and he tendered his heartfelt apology, me and Olamide remain friends for life as we both come from the streets, we might possibly record another song together, you guys should just keep your fingers crossed, we shall surprise you all”.