How Wizkid collaborates with female singers in Nigeria to support them

How Wizkid collaborates with female singers in Nigeria to support them indirectly or directly.

Nigerian dancehall and Afrobeat singer WizKid is one of the numerous musicians from Africa who have already had significant impact on the charts as multilingual music continues to permeate North American culture.

How Wizkid collaborates with female singers in Nigeria to support them
How Wizkid collaborates with female singers in Nigeria to support them

Wizkid and Nigeria female collaborators

Wizkid and Tiwa Savage

When their friendship was still good and booming, Tiwa Savage and Wizkid served fans with friendship goals that had people questioning the true state of their relationship.

Tiwa Savage featured Wizkid on the hit song, “Malo” which topped charts and airwaves immediately after it was released.

The sweet Afropop melody was produced by Spellz who also co-wrote the song. It currently sits at  55 Million views on Youtube.

Wizkid and Tems

This is probably the biggest and most fruitful collaboration on this list. Released in 2020 as part of Wizkid’s “Made In Lagos” album, the  became major international summer jam in 2021.

Various International artists began to post videos of them listening to the  and eventually aided it in making history as the first Nigerian  to enter the Billboard Hot 100.

Thanks to the popularity of the song, Justin Bieber who came across it jumped on the remix which is also topping the charts.

Wizkid and Seyi Shay

Also, Wizkid and Seyi Shay is no strange name in the Nigerian music industry.

The duo has individual reached stardom and success through hard work and perseverance.

Sometime in the past year, Seyi Shay released single entitled Crazy which featured stay boy, Wizkid.

The song raised many speculations, as many thought the two shared romantic relationship.

Wizkid and Asa

Popular singer Asa said her collaboration with Wizkid, on the song titled IDG, came from natural place because they were before the music.

Asa stated this while speaking on her new album titled, ‘V’, in an interview with Apple Music’s Africa Now Radio with LootLove.

The Bibanke crooner said, “Before we do song, I want it to be honest. We should have connection. With all these collaborators (on the album), that was what we did; there was friendship.

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