- Veteran Fuji musician, Alhaji Wasiu Alabi Pasuma, gave his fans something lovely to gush about as a video of him emerged online
- In the video, Pasuma was freestyling to his version of Poco Lee's hit single featuring Hotkid tilted Otilo
- The Fuji maestro did it like a professional hip-hop musician, and Nigerians trooped to the comments section of the video to commend his unmatched singing prowess
For the fans who think Alhaji Wasiu Alabi Pasuma is only good at Fuji music and not any other genre, the veteran singer has given them a reason to think again.
A video of the legendary Fuji musician making a cover for wave-making Poco Lee featuring Hotkid single titled Otilo.
In the video, Pasuma showed his versatility in other genres of music as he dropped bars in the studio, and he sounded so cool and rhyme with the rhythm of the original version of the song.
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Like a proper Fuji musician, Pasuma hailed himself and his fans on the cover of the Otilo song and his teeming fans loved it.
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Nigerians react to Pasuma's video
Social media users across the country have reacted differently to the video of Pasuma's cover of Poco Lee's Otilo song, most of them commended him.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
"Leave it for Ba Wasi amama, man got it any day anytime, some hip-hop artistes no go fit flow like this sef."
"I love this from Fuji legend."
"Leave it for Pasuma."
"Wow he still got it."
"See as baba dey flow like rapper, make your favourite do am if e easy."
"I don talk na say if I die and I hear your voice I go wake up dance I too love Pasuma."
Oyinbo man sings Pasuma's Fuji song fluently
Legit.ng previously reported that a white man stirred massive reactions online as he sang Pasuma's Choices song in a viral video.
While singing, the oyinbo man pronounced all the Yoruba words well to show that he understood everything.
Many Nigerians who reacted to his video said he should be a clarion call to parents to teach their children their local languages.