By the measures of most, tagging Olamide as lucid this year is an understatement when juxtaposing his work against that of other years. Most of his contributions have been features on music from the likes of Boj, DJ Spinall, Wale and the like which sit with his lone single this year, Love No Go Die, a track that leaves much to be desired. His sophomore single, Wavy Level sees him team up with Adey who in contrast to Olamide has had an impressive year.

Adey is living up to our early argument that he was one of the artist-producers to look out for this year by working his way from “upcoming” by some to boasting chart topping singles as references. In the short five months since the start of the year, he has delivered references like YCee’s Juice which is in the conversation for biggest songs in the country this year alongside IF and All Over as well as on a number of tracks on Mr Eazi’s album turned mixtape.

On the production end, Adey does a good job with a beat that features keyboards, trumpets while Olamide opts to sing yet again on but compensates with verses that his loyalists will rock with.

In the video, Olamide buddies up with Adey, WavyTheCreator and YBNL affiliated acts like Lil Kesh, Viktoh and Young Jonn as well as dancers while Moe Musa employs infamous shots of Ozumba Mbadiwe at night.