“Olamide Is My Biggest Inspiration” – T.I Blaze
T.I Blaze, a Nigerian street-pop sensation, named Nigerian music veteran and superstar Olamide as his musical inspiration.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
T.I Blaze named YBNL label head and superstar rapper Olamide as his biggest inspiration in Nigerian music in an interview with Echo-room.
According to the musician who catapulted to worldwide popularity after Olamide appeared on the remix of his hit track ‘Sometimes,’ he finds inspiration in Olamide’s kindness, particularly his efforts to help budding artists.
T.I. Blaze’s emotions will be mirrored by other musicians who have risen to prominence as a result of Olamide’s signing or performance on their tracks.
T.I Blaze says he wants to replicate Olamide’s generosity by giving emerging artists verses because he doesn’t want to “eat alone.”
T.I. Blaze also discussed his experiences after leaving home to pursue a profession in the interview. He revealed how he had to sleep at a restaurant for a while and how he sold songs for 2,000 Naira simply to survive.
The complete T. I Blaze echo chamber interview can be seen below:
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