Who killed the swag between Wizkid and Zlatan?
Wizkid has made Nigerians and Africans at large proud, taking the Africa music industry outside Africa. Wizkid is indeed enjoying the fruit of his labour and he is indeed enjoying the best of his career from Ojuelegba to outside the shores of Africa.
Wizkid whose real name is Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun began recording at the age of eleven, he has numerous awards to his name and has also been featured by numerous international artists like Metro Boomin, Drake, Skepta etc. Wizkid is indeed a living legend.
Below are pictures of Wizkid:
Our own very own Zlatan who also shares the same name as Zlatan Ibrahimovic the footballer is the king of the street with the numerous street jams hits he has been producing back to back.
Zlatan brought the legendary "Zanku" dance which means in pidgin "Zlatan abeg no kill us" Nigerians and even outside people Africa dance to it, recently a video of Manchester United players in the changing room were videotaped dancing the Zanku dance, isn't it amazing.
Zlatan has also won awards to his name is already a household name in the Nigeria music industry.
Below are pictures of Zlatan Ibile:
Who Killed The Swag Between Zlatan and Wizkid?
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