I’m a millionaire in every currency, says Wizkid as he marks 13 years in the industry

Top Afrobeats singer Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, has marked the 13th anniversary of his music career.

Starboy took to his Twitter account on Wednesday to express appreciation to God for his achievements since the release of his debut album, ‘Superstar’ in 2011.

I'm a millionaire in every currency, says Wizkid

The 33-year-old entertainer, who described himself as a ‘real life winner boasted about being is a millionaire in every currency that exists.

Wizkid revealed that he has a blessed life, and went on to admonish fans to make sure they are winning in real life rather than living deceptive lifestyles.

Big Wiz wrote on Twitter: “13 yrs since superstar ! First album! Thankful for all Gods blessings. Healthy family ! Blessed life! Love God.

“Millionaires in every currency! Real life winners! Make sure u win in real life no deceive yourself! U deserve it.”

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I'm a millionaire in every currency, says Wizkid

Meanwhile, in another news…

Renowned Fuji singer, Remi Aluko recently claimed that Grammy winner, Wizkid brought improvements and a new style to the Nigerian music industry.

He explained that the 33-year-old Grammy winning musician changed the industry in terms of the music economy and boosted replay value.

Aluko, who spoke during a chat on Echo Room, said before Wizkid ventured into the music industry, Nigerian songs were usually lengthy but he changed that by putting out shorter songs.

The fuji star said other artistes followed suit when they saw that Wizkid’s recording method boosted his song replay value.

Aluko said; “Wizkid did something in the Nigerian music industry. And I picked up from there. Back then, a song used to last for five or four minutes. But go and check now, Wizkid is the one that changed the method of music that you don’t need to waste music.

“He changed the method of recording in Nigeria. He will bring chorus and after that he will just give you like 16 bars and after that he will go back to the chorus. If you love the music, you play it again.”


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