The first musician in Nigeria to have 1 million followers on Twitter.
By DailyQuest | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 232 views
Having a higher follower count isn't just limited to showing how Influenced you are in your industry, but also reveals that your audience are highly interested in your contents.
Some people may think that having one million followers on Twitter as a well known musician in Nigeria is not a big deal, but the topic is of consideration when we talk about the first musician to ever reach one million followers on Twitter.
It is no one, but, the popularly known Singer and songwriter Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun generally known as Wizkid, Starboy or Lil prinz. Wizkid has begun to record music since he was just 11.
WizKid was born on 16th July 1990(recently celebrated his 30th birthday). Surulere, Lagos, Nigerian.
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