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Nigeria Artiste Olamide Becomes The First Nigerian Entertainer To Own A TV Station (Video)

Nigerian hip-hop artist Olamide kicks off his 29th birthday with his new single, “c.Ronaldo,” and announcement on his newly acquired tv station, VOTS.

YBNL nation Boss Olamide Adedeji known as BaddoSneh, uses his Instagram page to announce the launch of VOTS TV.
The Nigerian hip-hop artist and entrepreneur starts his birthday off right with an announcement on launching his new TV station, VOTS (Voice Of The Streets), becoming the first Nigerian entertainer to own one. As if that was not enough to celebrate in one day, he also launched his new dope single titled “c.Ronaldo.”

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9am sharp 🤘🏾 #WobeyWay #VOTS

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Olamide is on a roll with his career with so many notches on his belt already, but he’s proving that he’s not in the game only for himself. He’s using his music and business ventures to both represent and spread African culture throughout the diaspora and beyond.

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VOTS is only available on Play satellite TV and will provide subscribers with 124 channels. As Olamide informs us in his Instagram post, reported by Bella Naija, VOTS is “our television, my television, your television…be heard.” As an additional treat, accompanied with his tv station announcement, Olamide promised the first 100 individuals to set foot on Play TV’s premises a decoder with a free one-year subscription to VOTS as a “thank you.”
Of course with a fanbase as large as his, over 1,000 proud Nigerians came to the premises. Although only 100 were allotted decoders, those who remained were instructed to record their names with VOTS, and follow up with an e-mail for an update. So far, it seems Olamide has a knack for surprises so who knows what that “update” will be.

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