Give us quarantine music - Ebuka tells Wizkid, singer replies

Give us quarantine music - Ebuka tells Wizkid, singer replies

- Fans of singer Wizkid may be getting new music from the superstar

- Media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu recently urged the singer to drop a new song amidst the COVID-19 quarantine

- Wizkid in response noted that it is a very good idea

- The singer, however, did not say more than that but he might just decide to bless his fans

Nigerian singer Ayodeji Balogun popularly known as Wizkid may be on his way to finally drop a new song for his fans and supporters after taking a brief hiatus from the music scene.

Wizkid has spent the past few months dropping teasers and pushing back release dates of his album, and at this point, fans are not exactly sure of what to expect from him.

However, recently popular media personality and BBNaija host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, suggested to the singer to release new music in other to help people cope with getting quarantined amidst the coronavirus fear.

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The media personality had responded to a post by Wizkid in which he noted that he was bored.

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Responding, Ebuka said: "Kuku give us quarantine music"

See the tweet below:

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Interestingly, Wizkid responded to Ebuka’s tweet by noting that his suggestion is a very good idea.

Although he did not say more than that, from indications he may be considering the idea of using his talent to help his dedicated fans cope with a difficult time.

See his response below:

As expected, excited fans flooded the comment section with mixed reactions to the music star’s tweet. Read what some of them had to say below:

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In other related stories of how celebrities are using their talents to help fans cope amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Legit.ng earlier reported that American music star John Legend was joined by his playful wife Chrisy Teigen for a live Instagram concert from their home.

The singer made it clear that while social distancing is important, it should not be boring. Other artistes across the world have also joined #togetherathome, a global hashtag that celebrities are using to give free IG concerts.

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