MUSIC MINDS!! Pheelz, Young Jonn or ID Cabasa – Which Producer Makes Best Beats For Olamide?

March 30th, 2020

Olamide has proven over the years that he is a versatile artiste that can work with any producer to make hit songs.

In his over a decade of journey in the music industry, Olamide‘s name is more attached to these three music producers, Pheelz, Young John and ID Cabasa.

These 3 producers have recorded hit-tracks working with Olamide and of course, their relationship with Baddo attracted fortune to them in the music industry.

Youn Jonn

He is popularly known as the wicked producer, he has worked with Olamide for years at YBNL.

Young John has bagged a lot of awards for his creative inputs in many of Olamide’s music projects.

He produced songs like “Bobo“, “Story For The Gods“, “Falilah Ketan“, “Wo“,  to mention but few.


From way back in 2012 when he produced Olamide chart-topping single “First Of All” and “Fucking With The Devil“, Pheelz occupy an important space in Olamide’s strings of music producers.

Being the only producer on Olamide’s Baddest Guy Ever Liveth album with production credit for all but one song showed how much musical connection Olamide and Pheelz have.

Pheelz produced, Durosoke, “Eleda Mi O“, “Dope Money“, “Rayban Abacha“, “Abule Sowo” and a host of other songs.

ID Cabasa

In the early days of Olamide in the music industry, legendary producer, ID Cabasa always got his back for all music production works.

ID Cabasa who discovered Olamide when he was 14years old, signed him on to his label, Coded Tunes and produced good numbers of songs for him before Baddo exit the label in 2012 to establish YBNL.

Despite Olamide’s exit from Coded Tunes, he never loose bond with ID Cabasa, they still work together every year.

He is the one who produced Olamide’s hit songs, “C.Ronaldo“, “Totori“, “Rich & Famous” and many others.

We believe you know these producers with Olamide over the years, but the question still remains

Pheelz, Young Jonn or ID Cabasa – Which Producer Makes Best Beats For Olamide?

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