Starboy (Wizkid) has mentioned the name of two departed icons he would have loved to work with.
The Afrobeat superstar disclosed that he would have loved to collaborate with late Afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and Reggae icon, Bob Marley. Wizkid made this known in a chat with sports brands, Puma & JD, while answering questions about his life, and music.
Wizkid also talked about his personality and his family, while touching on how fun it was growing up with 12 sisters, and getting style inspiration from the street.
In a related development, Wizkid has added another feather to his illustrious cap relative to his music career.
The father of three who proudly occupies an elite space as one of the most sought-after musicians of the present era on the African continent has emerged as the most-streamed African artist on Pandora, which is domiciled in the United States of America.
He garnered 99 million lifetime streams on Pandora, making him the first African to achieve such a feat.
Pandora is a subscription-based music streaming service owned by Sirius XM Holdings based in Oakland, California, United States. The service carries a focus on recommendations based on the “Music Genome Project” — a means of classifying individual songs by musical traits (Wikipedia).