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If I drop a gospel album, it will trend in night clubs, Wizkid boasts

The father of three in a video shared to promote his new body of work, said if he sings a gospel album, it will be played in nightclubs, insisting that he has what it takes to keep dropping hit songs.

By David Adebayo

Famous Nigerian Afropop singer, Ayo Balogun, a.k.a Wizkid, said no matter the genre of music he decides to drop, it will always be a big hit and would trend in any circle it is played.

Wizkid, who released his much-talked about album,  “More Love,  Less Ego”, two days back, said people will play his songs in clubs even if he releases a gospel album.

The father of three in a video shared to promote his new body of work, said if he sings a gospel album, it will be played in nightclubs, insisting that he has what it takes to keep dropping hit songs.

The Grammy Award-winning musician said this in a video shared on Instagram on Thursday night.

Wizkid said that all of his songs have ‘vibes’ saying, “First of all, let me put this out there, every Wizkid album is always going to be vibes.”

“If I make a Christian album today, you’re going to play that sh*t in the clubs.”

He announced the release of his new album, ‘More Love Less Ego’ on Friday via his verified Instagram page.

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