Nigerian Afro-pop artiste, Ayo Balogun better known as Wizkid has received encomium from his fans across the country following his delivery in #brownskingirl, a track on American singer, Beyonce’s #TheGiftAlbum.
The fans expressed their delight in the singer’s delivery ass many said that the track was the best in the album.
Read twitter reactions below:
— Koreyy_Gram🇳🇬 (@Koreyy_Gram) July 19, 2019
— Eagle Vision (@Fiyin_J) July 19, 2019
— CARES (@Orecares) July 19, 2019
— why haven’t you followed ??#ifb (@Omodaso00297656) July 19, 2019
Wizkid is overrated
— Moses Kalejaye (@Moseskalejaye) July 19, 2019
Finaly we all have realized how much we all should be proud having Wizkid in Nigeria and how much of a treasure he is. pic.twitter.com/K3hm4c7ssP
— CB Sparkz (@CbSparkz) July 19, 2019
— KING OLADELE (@KINGOLADELE_) July 19, 2019
"Dear Wizkid, You made Us proud by nailing that #brownskingirl track with Beyonce,Thank you for always coming through for the Continent. You're a true king 👑 We respect you forever 🐐 Signed AFRICANS pic.twitter.com/DhZaaaiIoK
— Garden of edem (@SON_OF_EDEM) July 19, 2019
— Oviwizky (@Philipobukokwho) July 19, 2019
#BrownSkinGirl is currently trending at #4 in the United States. It's the highest trending track from the "The Lion king". The Gift at the moment. ✨🌍🔊
Beyonce backing Wizkid up is totally out of comprehension.
"Appreciate the colour of your skin o ye BlackSkinGirl girls" pic.twitter.com/jdBab5qfrn
— Golden Links💎 (@Collins3356) July 19, 2019
— Laolu K (@laolu_k) July 19, 2019
The tweets above were some of the fans reactions Captured by Laila News.
The album, Lion King: The Gift, is a collection of music inspired by the 2019 remake of the classic Disney movie ‘Lion King.’ Wizkid is featured on a song titled, ‘Brown Skin Girl,’ alongside Beyonce’s first child, Blue Ivy Carter, Beyonce, and Saint Jhn.
Mr Eazi, Yemi Alade, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, and Tekno all give a very interesting mix to the album as they sing in different languages about embracing blessings in ‘JA ARA E,’ ‘DONT JEALOUS ME’ and ‘KEYS TO THE KINGDOM.’