- Nigerian singer Wizkid has looked back and seen how far he has come in his career
- The Ojuelegba crooner then, took to social media to appreciate Banky W and Tunde Demuren for changing his life forever
- Wizkid also dedicated his soon-to-be-released album to his three sons
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Nigerian singer Balogun Ayodeji popularly known as Wizkid has taken to his social media page to express gratitude to the men who changed his life forever.
Taking to his Instagram stories, Wizkid shared a photo of singer Banky W and his friend Tunde Demuren to thank them for taking a chance on his music career when they signed him on their record label Empire Mates Entertainment (EME) in 2009.
The father of three rose to prominence after releasing Holla at Your Boy and has been winning awards and collaborating with international acts.
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Wizkid, who is working on releasing his new album Made In Lagos, seemed to have looked back and seen how far he has come from 2009 to 2020.
Expressing his gratitude to the men, the Ojuelegba crooner stated that they changed his life forever.
Bany W took to his Instagram story to react to Wizkid's appreciation.
The musician also dedicated his soon-to-be-released album to his three sons, Bolu, Ayo, and Zion.
It was earlier reported that the singer featured his three boys in the official music video for Smile.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Wizkid’s son Tife said his father’s album would be the best people have ever heard.
Wizkid’s first son, Boluwatife told his father's fans that the singer's upcoming album is one that they would not want to miss.
According to the firstborn of the singer, Wizkid’s Made In Lagos album is going to be the best one they have ever heard. The little boy’s message was shared by his mother, Shola Ogudu, on her Twitter page.
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