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After Wizkid Blew, Many Kids Started Dropping Out of School To Pursue Music – Samklef
Nigerian music producer Samklef has said that he would be releasing a documentary on how superstar singer Wizkid inspired Afrobeats revolution in Nigeria.
The music producer took to his social media page to share the news and it got his fans excited. According to him, the documentary would be released soon and it would reveal how Wizkid’s success started a new Afrobeat movement.
See his tweet below:
After WiZkid blew. kid started dropping out of school to pursue music likes of damikrane , flow sick and some left America to come back to naija to push their music.. this was beginning of a new afrobeat revolution… my documentary coming soon.
— bad man klef (@SAMKLEF) October 16, 2019
Samklef explained that artistes like Dammy Krane and Flow Sick left their academics to pursue their music career. According to him, some people even left America for Nigeria to join the train.
Samklef’s career as a music producer was noticed when he produced Durela’s ‘My Life’, but his major breakthrough came after he produced Wizkid’s ‘Tease Me’, which was followed by his own ‘Molowo Noni’ and other subsequent hits. Sadly, the duo went their separate ways after a misunderstanding between them