- A young promising artiste has shown that he has everything to become the next rated as he sang his version of Wizkid's Essence
- The track which also featured Tems was brilliantly rehashed by the young man whose performance tweeps applauded
- Many on Twitter tagged Wizkid so that the popular Nigerian musician can help the young man rise to stardom
A young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @BoySpyce has amazed people with his sonorous voice as he sang the cover of Essence, a track by Wizkid.
The young man who tagged the musician to his tweet begged people to help retweet his clip so that it can have a wider reach.
One of his lines that hit hard is:
"I dey jump danfo you dey fly jet, Your flex money na my house rent..."
People showed support towards the young man as they dropped lovely comments under his video, saying that his time to shine would soon come.
Watch the video below:
As of the time of writing this report, his video has been seen over 50,000 times with hundreds of comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"The last verse kill. Me.... @wizkidayo @DJ_TUNEZ @starboyterri make una observe this chale!"
"This guy sabi no be small.....this one na small thing oooo...go and listen to Weather for two for audiomark you go think say na Kizz Daniel dey sing ni...you sabi ...May God help you bro."
"Wow, a touch of wizkid’s sound spiced with omalay’s voice..... nice one."
"How can a cover be sweeter than the main song. This cover just made me want to give the main song a chance cause I don't like it b4."
"Omo some people Sabi sing o, Na u be d some people wey I dey refer to o. Bross only you Na some people."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a talented Nigerian man known as Dan Dizzy entertained many with his spontaneous freestyle rap skill on the street.
A Port Harcourt resident, the man used the beautiful power of rhythm and rhyme to entertain his audience.
What distinguished his rap from others is that he picked words on a whim and turned them into songs. Imagine what he could create if he had composed them.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.