Popular Nigerian singer, Olamide has written an emotional message to his fans.

According to his note, the vultures in the industry tried to kill his shine by saying he stole DaGrin's style.

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"The vultures in the industry tried to kill my shine saying I stole Grin style, we all love Grin but that was a tough one to overcome," he wrote.

"Maybe if we start appreciating each other, love and respect our differences the world would be a better place. God is love, spread love, we are magic," he ended it.

Read the full letter below:

Meanwhile, Olamide is set to release his sixth solo studio album in December.

The Nigerian rapper who has released released a studio album every year since his debut in 2011, is working on maintaining his figures and keeping his momentum going, by dropping a studio album in 2016.

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The new album will be released in December, as songs on the album have already been recorded. It will feature hit song ‘Who you epp’, along with other singles. No official title, artwork, and tracklist has been released.