Olamide Sings His Own Praises On P-Prime Produced Comeback Single ‘Eru’

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Olamide is back and this time, following months away from the music scene, he returns, spotting an ego as big and strong as his Yoruba articulated punchlines on Eru, on which he toots his own horn, louder than the sprightly instrumentals giving life to his catchy lyrics.

Produced by P-Prime, Eru, a conflation of both Yoruba and English languages, finds Olamide, fully clad in the attitude he carried at the start of his career, dishing on the luxurious lifestyle he lives now and all the things he’s afforded by this lifestyle. He speaks about the comfort he finds in assuming responsibility for a lot, especially relating to things he loves, including women and other luxuries.

Olamide trades depth for relatability and feel-good vibes on Eru, and not only does this mark a turning point for him but it makes the single more breezy, offering P-Prime’s upbeat sound as an outlet from the heavy atmosphere that overshadows the world right now.


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