Cardi B and Offset dance to Nigerian singers Wurld and Sarz’s song

Cardi B and Offset dance to Nigerian singers Wurld and Sarz’s song

- American stars, Cardi B and Offset, are no doubt lovers of Nigeria and talent that comes from the country

- The couple were recently spotted dancing and singing along to Nigerian stars, Wurld and Sarz’s track

- Wurld reposted the video on his social media pages and Nigerians are excited that their talent is being recognized in other parts of the world

Music is a universal language and it knows no race, colour, gender or religion as it can be enjoyed by people from different parts of the world as long as it is pleasing to their ears.

Thankfully, the advent of social media and the internet has helped to promote diverse music from parts of the world and people from wide and far can enjoy it.

In recent times, Nigerian music has been taking the world stage by gaining attention from international stars and organisations.

Nigeria is no doubt filled with talented individuals and it is pleasing to see that the world also appreciates these talents.

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Just recently, American rapper couple, Cardi B and Offset, were spotted jamming to one of the top tunes in the country at the moment, MAD, by Wurld and Sarz.

Cardi B and Offset appeared to love the track so much because they knew the words and were also singing along.

The rapper has shown that she is still a lover of Nigeria and this all started when she visited the country in December 2019 for a show and she was treated to the beautiful nightlife in Lagos.

Cardi also seems to have extended the love she has for Nigeria to her husband and had earlier reported that she asked fans to give her a native name.

Wurld reposted the video of the couple singing along to his track and Nigerians have reacted with excitement on social media.

See the video below:

Lovely. Nigeria to the world.

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In other news, reported that Grammy-nominated Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, took to social media to celebrate after his track, On The Low, breaks record in France.

The Grammy-nominated star added that the song was able to achieve that feat despite not being pushed or promoted in the French speaking country.

Burna also thanked all his fans who streamed the track over 15 million times and made it go gold.

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