Pheelz Hints On Rift With Baddo; Says “I Can’t Collaborate With Olamide Again”
Famous Nigerian producer/singer Phillip Kayode Moses, better known by his stage as Pheelz, has announced on Twitter that he will not work with rapper Olamide again. It is surprising news as Pheelz and Olamide have had a long relationship in the industry dating back to Olamide’s early days.
When a fan tweeted him about a potential collaboration with the rapper Olamide, Pheelz didn’t seem interested. However, fans of both performers have since reacted to his statement, with many claiming that there must now be a beef between them.
Netizens have been vocal about their displeasure on the supposed “beef” on social media, with many still anticipating a collaboration from the duo despite Pheelz’s claims.
Pheelz was a part of Adekunle Gold’s move to YBNL, and he explained how he brought singer Adekunle Gold to Olamide’s YBNL. Pheelz recalled meeting Adekunle because of his aptitude for graphic design and later learning that he was also a talented musician. Nigerians responded to his statement on social media, with some expressing complete amazement.
Pheelz, born and bred in Lagos, is credited with producing all but one track on Olamide’s album Baddest Man Ever Liveth. He met Olamide while working at the musical label Coded Tunes under I.D Cabassa. He contributed vocals to the song “I’m Going In” from Olamide’s Rapsodi album in 2011.
Whatever the reason for this take by Pheelz, fans will be hoping it is nothing serious and can be resolved amicably, as the duo has had some good years in the musical scenes together.