Fast rising star Bella Smurder is proving that there is more to him than meet the eye, and that he has the capability of bringing in the very best of musical great into feature, as he has done it with YBNL Record Boss Olamide in Vision 20/20, and he did it with Zlatan in the hit single titled 'Cash app' with a song that was widely received by the fans of the young talent, despite the fact that it seems to glorify internet fraud, and the song can be used as a manual in carrying out graft activities.￼
The life is a die crooner today via his Twitter handle had teased fans that he will be collaborating in a song with Grammy winners Burna Boy, Wizkid, the song will also see DMW Record boss Davido featured in, as the highly talented singer shared the message on his Twitter's page which reads: 'New Music featuring Wizkid, Burna Boy and Davido out tomorrow! Pre-sale link on my IG' the song will see the unification of three of the country's hotshot in the music industry come together, as this is one track many people will be looking on to see what is in stock in.￼￼
Bella Smurder if not playing an April fool on his fans will really be achieving a great feat by bringing Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Davido on a track, I think this is something many people will want to see, as they will be anticipating the track come tomorrow.
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