Ahmed Ololade, better known by his stage names Asake, Ololade Mi Asake, and Mr. Money, was born on January 13, 1995, in Nigeria. He has contracts with Empire Distribution and YBNL Nation. His stage name is a tribute to his mother, Asake, who has the first name.
Asake frequently uses fast-paced Afro and Amapiano production. Due to his Yoruba singing and usage of slang in his songs, some listeners have also compared his style to that of Fuji.
At a young age, Asake began his musical career by posting freestyle music on social media.
Asake made a name for himself in the year 2020 thanks to the success of his song “Lady,” which received a ton of exposure among Nigerian music fans and went viral on social media.
Asake was acquired by YBNL Records in February 2022 by Olamide. The breakthrough single “Omo Ope” featuring Olamide was included in his debut extended play, Ololade, which was released in the same month. A month later, Burna Boy of Nigeria added a verse to the remix of “Sungba,” the EP’s second song.
To the dismay of other musicians who would love to taste the top place, he has always made the top spot on the Apple Music chart his home base. It is hardly surprising given this enthusiasm and his accomplishments that he has amassed 1 billion total streams in less than eight months since Olamide signed him.
The street-pop singer from Nigeria is back with a brand-new song called “2:30,” which will be included on a full-length album that’s anticipated to be released later this year.
The well-enchanted tone of the new Crooner’s song is sure to enthrall listeners. Asake’s most recent song comes after a number of earlier ones, demonstrating the musician’s steady stream of excellent music.
With its captivating pace and lyrics that are likely to stick in your head, the song “2:30 (Tranquility)” is a tribute to Asake’s musical talent. Moreover, “Tranquility” is a follow-up to “Yoga,” his highest-charting, final and opening official release of the year. The song’s production was handled expertly by BlaiseBeatz and Magicsticks, two outstanding musicians who did a fantastic job of realizing Asake’s concept.
Asake celebrates his authenticity and uniqueness in the new song. The elaborate music video for the single “2:30,” which was directed by Edgar Esteves and was filmed in Los Angeles, is also included with the song.
Asake exhibits his distinct style and vibe on “2:30,” which is sure to take listeners on a musical journey. Whether you’re seeking for music to dance to or just want to unwind and listen to some excellent music, the song is a great addition to any playlist.
Nonetheless, listening to music can uplift one’s mood and emotions, which can promote physical recovery. There are still advantages to utilizing music to treat the body that have been scientifically proven, despite the fact that the physical benefits of music therapy are clearly more attractive than the emotional and psychological ones.
Asake has transformed his legacy into an enthralling outlook on life that will endure for decades, and “2:30” is no exception to his amazing approach to the Fuji genre combined with a significant amount of the Afrobeat genre, as concerned music enthusiasts have already sparked an increase in the number of streams of the songs via all the recognized music charts.
For Asake lovers and anybody who appreciates fine music, “2:30” is a must-listen. What are you still holding out for?