- A Twitter fan has shared a video showing some young men enjoy Wizkid’s song
- The individual took a swipe at critics who have been saying Wizkid’s last album is not for his Lagos-based fans
- Some other social media users were equally impressed by the video
Singer Wizkid’s last album, Made in Lagos, has been received with both hands from millions of fans but there have also been critics who maintain that the album did not cater to the needs of fans who want to dance and move their bodies.
Just recently, a fan of the music star identified as @supersmada shared a video on his Twitter page to counter the argument of those who have been criticising the MIL album.
@supersmada shared a video that captured a group of men singing and making subtle dance moves to Wizkid’s Ginger which features Grammy-nominated colleague, Burna Boy.
The 23 seconds clip captured some of the young men seated while others were on their feet as the song blared on from a portable audio music player device.
Watch the video as sighted on Twitter below:
The video also caught the attention of some social media users and they had different things to say.
One user wrote:
"Wizkid is the king of chilled vibes. See as music dey make people happy."
Another fan of the singer wrote:
"See the voice and the vibes abeg Wizkid created magic on #MIL"
However, @_tomlinsin was of the opinion that only two songs off the MIL album can get people grooving as they did in the video. He said other songs on the album are not made for Lagos.
See tweet below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the singer talked about the inspiration behind his art and music in an interview with BBC.
Wizkid made it clear that he does not really care about attracting international appeal. He said he does not make music with the goal of appealing to a particular type of audience.