‘Apollo’ album: Fireboy Enlists Wande Coal, Olamide
Nigerian singer Ademola Adefolahan, better known as Fireboy, has put out ‘Apollo’, his much-awaited sophomore album, featuring the likes of Olamide and Wande Coal.
The project, which was dropped on Thursday, comes as a follow up to the YBNL-signed crooner’s 2019 album titled ‘Tears, Laughter, & Goosebumps’.
Since Fireboy joined YBNL, a record label owned by Olamide, a rapper, in 2018, the singer has continued to make impressive strides with even more collaborative projects and awards.
He had recently recounted how he was treated as the black sheep of his family after opting for music as a career.
“My mother was forcing Yinka Ayefele, Tope Alabi songs down my throat,” Fireboy had said,
“I was not the black sheep in the family until l told my parents l was going for music.
“It was a very big switch from a promising child that seemed destined to be a professor to someone who suddenly woke up to wanting to be a musician. It took some time for them to get used to that.”