Music is a food to the soul and many do not get tired of feeding on it. A number of Nigerian artistes often collaborate with musicians from other countries to showcase their talents.
Nigerian rapper Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf, popularly known as CDQ, is one musician who has become known for his indigenous style of rapping.
He is one of the few Nigerian entertainers who prefers to rap in the Yoruba language and this has endeared many fans to him.
CDQ recently collaborated with Ghanaian singer, King Promise, on the remix of his song titled Flex. He also released colourful visuals to the joy of his fans.
Flex remix is about having a good time without bothering about anything else. It has a catchy tune and hook and stands a fair chance at becoming a street anthem.
The video also included a bevy of beautiful and endowed ladies who also wanted to have a good time.
See the video below:
Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that dancehall singer, Timaya, recently dropped a video for his new song, Balance.
It is the norm for artistes from this part of the world to sing about their progress and good fortune, and Balance is not any different.
The father of three reminisced on his past as he thanked God for now making him better off.
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