It is not any more news that Wizkid music is one of Africa’s greatest fares. Everybody with enthusiasm for African music would have known at this point, how profoundly requested and generally heard, his music is. His as of late discharged, SFTOS collection is getting a charge out of hot airplay all through Africa, appearing #107 on the Billboard top 200 collections, while #2 on the world collections diagram.
This is coming as added accomplishment to the attendant accomplishments of teaming up with Drake, Chris Brown and other universal artistes. Presently, the Starboy himself is being considered in a few quarters as a worldwide artiste, and the straightforwardness with which his music is infiltrating into the worldwide market is offering confidence to that reality. His trip to global noticeable quality is a noteworthy subject in the hover of African music darlings and it is anything but difficult to think about why.
For a person who began as just a “Shitta Boy” with a fantasy, who used to run errands in OJB Jezreel’s studio while planning to get an opportunity to record; getting the opportunity to impart a phase to Chris Brown and getting together with Damian Marley should go as a feature of the blessing from heaven. His skyscraper to the worldwide level of music making has been a wonder to a few spectators, starting a verbal confrontation regarding what Wizkid owes his prosperity to, his hard working attitudes or ability.
Eldee tweeted in 2010, about Wiz being the eventual fate of Nigerian music, recommending that Weezy’s ability is irrepressible, yet with the somewhat bizarre thing that Wizkid is accepted to have done as of late, recording a collection in scarcely two days of landing in Nigeria; one can contend that his hard working attitudes is the greatest formula for his prosperity.
Is it Wizkid’s hard working attitudes or his ability that is the mystery of his prosperity? What do you think?