Nigerian talented Artiste, Zlatan Ibile, has decided to trill his die hard fans as he shares cool photos of himself and his crew seriously working on his next project as his fans and celebrities which include; Poco Lee, Steel, Real Warri pikin, Broda Shaggi and others have reacted.
The gifted singer shared the photos on his Instagram page and wrote;
"WETIN GO BE GO BE, NA ENGLISH BE OBSTACLE."
Zlatan, 26, Whose full name is Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael is a very hard working artiste who obviously derive joy in making his fans all over the world happy as he plans to dish out another good music for them to enjoy and appreciate him the more. The top artiste who loves showing off his wealth on social media has been releasing hits upon hits which has placed him in the upper echelon of Musicians in the country. His fans are apparently delighted about his new project which will obviously be a banger as he has never disappointed his fans.
The Ogun State born rapper and singer has done well for himself in the Nigerian Music industry. He came to prominence in 2014 after he won the Airtel sponsored One Mic talent Show that took place in Abeokuta, Ogun State in 2014. He shone like a star in 2018 when he released his single titled, "Zanku" introducing a new dance step with the same name which has taken Nigerians and Africans by Storm. Since then he has become a force to reckon with releasing hits upon hits which keeps topping charts.
His new project hopefully will do well as his fans wait in anticipation.
Below are the photos he shared on his Instagram page:
As soon as he shared the photos, his die hard fans Inc celebrities reacted.
Below is how they reacted on his Instagram page comment section:
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