Canadian rap star Drake demands for Niniola’s song on radio, she reacts

Canadian rap star Drake demands for Niniola’s song on radio, she reacts

Top Canadian rapper, Drake, has not been able to get enough of celebrated Nigerian singer, Niniola, since he came across her music.

Legit.ng earlier reported that the first interaction between the two occurred when the rapper followed the Nigerian superstar on the photo sharing app, Instagram.

The singer who could not contain her excitement shared the news with her fans and followers. Her sister, Teniola, also joined in celebrating her latest follower count.

Following a new development, the top rapper was a co-host on BBC Radio with international broadcaster, Tiffany Calver, and he once again proved that his contact with Niniola did not just stop at following her on social media.

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In a portion of the radio program that surfaced online, the show host Calver, could be heard asking her co-host (Drake) that they should go on a musical break.

He wasted no time in requesting for Maradona, the sensational 2017 hit single by Niniola.

Sharing the news on her page, the singer said: "When your new bestie @champagnepapi starts to watch your back, while co-hosting the show last night with @tiffanycalver @bbc1xtra"

See her post below:

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Niniola's music is definitely spreading like a wild fire and bringing much needed attention to her, especially in the international scene.

It would be recalled that Legit.ng earlier reported that top American producer Timbaland also followed the singer on IG and expressed his love for her kind of music.

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