Olamide and Phyno’s concert: If there was a list of upcoming Nigerian music legends being prepared, it is certain that Olamide and Phyno will be on that list. By their exploits in the Nigerian music industry, both musicians have done more to encourage a ‘concert going culture’ amongst Nigerians than any other entertainers in the country. Phyno’s Phynofest music festival is currently in its third year and the 2017 edition saw the musician sell out the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu.
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Olamide’s OLIC (Olamide Live in Concert) is currently in its fourth year and the 2017 edition was also special because it was the first time Baddo was attempting to fill up the Teslim Balogun Stadium venue of the event. Although some say both musicians are only taking a page out South African rapper Cassper Nyovest’s book by holding shows at stadiums, one cannot help but commend them for their attempts. In this article, We will point out the major differences in both Olamide’s stadium concert and that of his close friend Phyno.
Phyno is regarded as the King of the East so it made sense that he would chose to hold Phynofest in Enugu. Olamide is also known as the King of the Streets in Lagos but one of the few things that had stopped him from fully wearing the crown was that he was yet to reach the level of Cassper Nyovest and Phyno in filling out stadiums. Previous versions of OLIC were held in Eko hotel and many were of the opinion that the venue had become small for the crowd that usually attended. Hence his decision to use Teslim Balogun stadium.