Wizkid Talks “Made In Lagos”, Fatherhood, His Impact & More On Apple Music Radio
Nigerian afrobeats superstar Wizkid, on January 19th was a guest on Apple Music Radio with a host with British media personality and DJ Zane Lowe.
This would be his second interview on the platform in less than a year. During the chat the singer extensively on his new album, parenting, his international collaborations, and more.
Here are some excerpts from the interview.
“Like you said, music is life, basically. We’re just going to keep creating music and showing our important… even just pull in as Africans, we’re just going to keep doing that every time. Regardless of the environment we’re in. Regardless of the madness around us. We’re always going to keep showing the excellence in the art.
Wizkid on the success of ‘Made in Lagos’
“It feels so great, man. Especially when you spend time making the music and spend a lot of time on the art. It’s just amazing to see that people appreciate the music around the world. Not just Africans because that’s why I make music. I’m just trying to connect to the world and just spread good vibes to the world.
So yeah. It’s just very, very… It’s a blessing to me to be here, play my own role and do my own thing. But I’m very thankful. I’m very thankful that people love the album. Every day I wake up it’s like… I see something nice that makes me go, ‘Oh yeah, we did it. We did a great job, man.’
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Wizkid on his growth and impact so far
“It was very, very important for me to pass my message without losing my name or myself, like as artists, I believe we all want to grow. So we all want to grow. So whenever I make an album or I make a project, I just try to make sure that the growth way very evident. Not just in the music and the art and everything and like the artwork, the videos, the rollout. It was very, very important for me to like… We had to sit and structure all of that. Like I had to make sure that the music was very, very, very, very, very solid. So I definitely, definitely… It was very intentional. I would say it was a very intentional record.”
On how he coped during the lockdown
“As human beings, I feel like we have our survival instincts, right. So when everything happens we all just automatically… You just switch into survival mode, like, “Okay, yeah, this is what we’re doing. This is what the world has come to. So we need to keep moving forwards.” That I put that in mind.
And secondly, it’s like I love performing, I love the energy from people. So where you don’t get that, I feel like the crazy times were hard but as I see it made everyone understand what is important in life.”
Catch the interview here
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