Nigerian Artist, Wisekid, called out after reportedly copying Wizkid’s songs and making 30 Million Naira monthly from streams.

Nigerian Artist, Wisekid, called out after reportedly copying Wizkid’s songs and making 30 Million Naira monthly from streams.
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Nigerian Artist, Wisekid, called out after reportedly copying Wizkid’s songs and making 30 Million Naira monthly from streams. An unknown Nigerian singer identified as Wisekid has been busted and called out on social media after it was revealed that he cloned Wizkid’s songs and was making 30 Million Naira monthly from the resulting streams.

Wisekid who’s impersonating Nigerian superstar, Wizkid has been hitting the jackpot from copying Wizkid’s music in Apple music and Amazon.

“An Artist named Wisekid has been making N30 million monthly since October 2020 by copying Wizkid’s music on Apple Music & Amazon.

He released an album and named it Lasgidi Made, then copied the names of Wizkid’s songs & albums. Now he is getting a huge chunk of Wizkid’s streams.”See some screenshots below;

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Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun Professionally known as Wizkid, is a Nigerian singer and song writer. He started recording music at age 11 when he released a collaborative album with few of his church friends.

Today, he is a music star who has attained several feats, such as gaining international recognition in 2016, after doing ‘One Dance’, a collaborative song with Drake. The song reached number one in over 15 countries; UK, US, Australia and Canada inclusive. Wizkid is a great motivator for young musicians in Africa, and till date, he is the highest followed Nigerian musician on Twitter.

Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun was born on July 16, 1990 in Surulere, Lagos to a Pentecostal Christian mother and an Islam practising father. He grew up amidst twelve siblings where everyone had their choice of religion. Wizkid attended Ijebu Ode Grammar School, Ijebu Ode, Ogun State. He then proceeded to Lagos State University, LASU but dropped out in 2009. Later on, he enrolled at Lead City University, Ibadan, Oyo State and also dropped out after two sessions.

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