Wizkid explains Why people who don’t understand his lyrics still love his music

  • “Music is a universal language, it’s what you feed in your soul” – Wizkid

  • Wizkid reveals why fans of his music do not comprehend his lyrics continue to like it.

Wizkid explains Why people who don’t understand his lyrics still love his music
Wizkid explains Why people don’t understand his lyrics still love his music

Ayodeji Balogun, best known by his stage name Wizkid, has disclosed why his music is loved despite people not understanding the lyrics.

According to Starboy, the fact that music is a universal language explains why individuals from many nationalities have been positively impacted by it despite not understanding what he sings.

He claimed this during an interview with a child presenter and actor on Jazzy’s World TV regarding his sound and the global adoption of Afrobeats.

Big Wiz was taken aback by her intellect throughout the interview when she stated that she like his music but does not fully comprehend the lyrics.

Wizkid, however, replied by defining music as “a universal language, and what you feel in your soul.”

The award- singer also said that apart from Afrobeats, he loves Reggeaton and has friends do that genre of music.

Watch the interview below:


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♬ original sound – Jazzysworldtv


Recall that, .ng earlier reported how the singer suffered severe backlash last week, after he missed his concerts in Ghana and Abidjan respectively, and stood thousands of concertgoers.

The afrobeat crooner, was recently spotted with his Baby manager and manager, Jada tendered an apology about not showing up in Ghana but failed to say a word to the people of Abidjan.

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