During a recent interview, Nigerian artist Potable offered insights into the impact of musicians Davido, Olamide, and Wizkid within Nigeria’s originating ghettos. He underscored the ongoing support provided by Davido and Olamide to their communities, even post their rise to stardom. However, he expressed a sentiment that Wizkid might have distanced himself from his roots in the ghetto.
Potable clarified his positive rapport with singer Olamide, lauding his dedication to uplifting others. While he held a strong appreciation for Wizkid’s musical prowess, he encouraged the artist to revisit his earlier singing style, highlighting the enduring appeal of his old-school tracks to many listeners.
Addressing the matter during the interview, Potable remarked, “Davido and Olamide have extended a helping hand to many within the ghetto, yet it appears Wizkid has drifted away. I hold immense respect for Wizkid, but I implore him to rediscover his previous singing approach, as it was instrumental in his rise to fame.”
Portable has successfully gained a significant following on social media due to his remarkable talent, further propelling him into the spotlight and boosting his fame.
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