“I think I have seen Drake on a private party before”-Wizkid

Singer Wizkid has revealed that he has met Drake sometime ago. The singer who was hosted on Apple Music’s Beats1 show told host Ebro Darden that he had connected with the Canadian superstar and it was all ‘good vibes.”

Wizkid had recently unfollowed Drizzy on Instagram. The pair have collaborated on three successful singles, although neither of them had appeared in each other’s videos. But Wizkid whose new mixtape – “Sounds From The Other Side” – which contains one of the joint tracks ‘Come closer’, says they have a healthy relationship.
The singer also discusses his new project, the collaborations on his radar, and future plans. The entire conversation has been condensed and edited below:
On Meeting Drake:

Through Skepta, to be honest. He played my music to Drake, and he was like ‘yeah’. Skepta has been my brother even way before. Hearing that was pretty sick and amazing.
I met him (Drake), it was in the club at a private party, and it was good vibes. He is cool people too, great vibes. Big shout out to Drake and the whole OVO crew.
TY Dolla Sign Relationship:
We met in London, and since then, it’s just been straight vibes. He’s a very talented guy, very hardworking. He spends hours in the studio, I spend hours in the studio, so it’s only right for us to connect when we get in. Sometimes we bang out like 4-5 records in a day. We do it like that. We have a bunch of records.
On inviting stars to Africa:

Skepta was back home recently. Anytime he is home, we are together. Nigeria is my home. If you are coming to Nigeria, you need to come and link up with the Don out there. So it’s always a vibe. Like this year, TY Dolla Sign is definitely going back with me.
December is the best time to go to Nigeria. I party like every week, December 1 to 31 we are in the club. I go to everywhere, I go to the craziest places that you would never think of finding Wizkid. I go to the (New Afrika) Shrine to drink with the boys. We go there, just drink ‘Skuchies’. Skuchies is a very local drink.
Starboy Entertainment:

Starboy is a family. We don’t hold anyone back. We build together and allow you fly. Spread your wings and be your boss. And we just remain family, try to work together, try to progress.
Wizkid’s Origin:

When I was like 10, when I was really getting into music. It was crazy, I was just listening to a whole lot of rap music, because my dad used to play a lot of local stuff like King Sunny Ade, Ebenezer Obey, the Fela.
But my cousin introduced me to Snoop, Master, and I just used to listen to rap. My dad was a very musical guy. Always playing music around. He didn’t perform music, I’m the only artist in our house. He just plays a whole lot of stuff in the house. That really just caught my interest in music, and I just started buying CDs.

I started going to studios, started going to shows to watch people perform. Just pretty much going to every producer just to get a beat, just to get a little shine. I was rapping and singing at first. I was called Lil Prince. I put out some stuff, but thank God we didn’t have no internet. I’m thankful to God for the growth from where I came from.
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