WizKid – Daddy Yo (Official Video)

Without a doubt, Wizkid has had a tremendous 2016, with smash hits from every angle. From record breaking “One Dance” (with Drake and Kyla), to “Shabba” (with Chris Brown, Trey Songz and French Montana), “Mamacita” (with Tinie Tempah), “U Don’t Know” (with Justine Skye), “Tonight” (with R2Bees), and “Good Love” (with Dj Maphorisa), among many others, it’s been massive success back-to-back.

The real starboy has now returned with a brand new delivery, titled “Daddy Yo,” to round up the year in the best possible way. The new single features Ghanaian singer Efya, in a reggaeton vibe – something different from what he’s put out in the past.

Hit the play button above to enjoy the accompanying visual treatment, and check the below links to download the audio.

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Wizkid Unveils Tracklist for ‘Sounds From The Other Side’

In preparation for the release of his highly anticipated summer project titled Sounds From The Other Side which is scheduled for July 14, pop superstar Wizkid has unveiled the tracklist to the 12-track mixtape. Alongside five previously released tracks which featured Drake, Chris Brown and Major Lazer, the mixtape includes seven additional songs and one bonus, with features … Read more

Listen to Wizkid & Chris Brown’s Highly-Anticipated “African Bad Gyal”

Starboy Wizkid has finally released his highly-anticipated Chris Brown-assisted song, titled “African Bad Gyal”. The popstar is getting ready for the release of his summer project titled Sounds From The Other Side, and this new record along with “Come Closer,” is set to appear on the same.

Hit the play button above to listen, and proceed here to Pre-Order Sounds From The Other Side.

Wizkid – Come Closer (Official Video) ft. Drake

Wizkid has officially released the official visuals to his latest collaborative song with Drake, titled “Come Closer.” As stated previously, the summertime tune is the pair’s first official joint effort since their record-breaking chart topper “One Dance,” which reached 1 billion plays on Spotify.

The crisp Daps-directed video, sees the original Starboy performing against different African inspired geometric backdrops, alongside some beautiful melanin women donning African-inspired attires and make-up. Drizzy was no nowhere to be found in the video, and social media, especially Wizkid’s fans aren’t having any of that, and they’ve gone as far as calling him all kinds of names out of anger. Drake was on his “Boy Meets World Tour” in the UK, during the shooting of the video, so this could be one reason he couldn’t feature on the video, or there could be more to this that we don’t know about.

However, hit that play button above to watch and enjoy the summer record, and download the song via the links below.

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