Nigerian ace singer, songwriter, and performer Sadiq Onifade, popularly known as Wurld, has previewed a new song that will be off his upcoming album.
The Nigerian artist has stated that work has already begun on his sixth studio album.
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WurlD has collaborated on important projects with notable musicians such as Asa on “Oceans,” Davido on “Blow My Mind,” “Sweet in the Middle,” and others since his arrival. His latest album is entitled, My WorlD With U.
The highly skilled Afro-fusion group is planning to release a new album after the release of “My WorlD With U,” a 19-track RnB and Soul record that features artists like Major League Djz, Sarz, and others.
Using the trending social media term “Idan,” which is slang for “boss,” the singer-songwriter previewed an intriguing Afro-fusion tune on social media.
He captioned the post:
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Who’s verse do you want on the final version? #AlbumMode
See the post below:-
— WurlD (@thisisWurlD) May 18, 2023
Meantime, Wurld counted himself lucky to be accepted by African fans after spending many years in the United States.
In an interview with Pan African Music (PAM), WurlD stated that he never stopped speaking Yoruba or Pidgin while overseas.
“Compared to a lot of my peers in the Afrobeats community, I’ll say I’m one of the very few artists that left the US and became accepted in Nigeria because Nigerian and African consumers can be difficult,”
Continuing the ‘Mad’ hitmaker said, “Unlike others, I started in America and learned how to create music in America, not Nigeria – amongst the R&B, Pop, Hip-Hop, Country sounds around me. It also helped that I left Nigeria when I’d understood the grassroots and that helped me a lot when I returned because I didn’t have to start from scratch.
When I moved, I never stopped speaking Yoruba or Pidgin, all I did was adjust to the new culture in America but I never lost my Nigerian/African background. Learning to create music in Atlanta, and now Nigeria has been interesting because I’ve found myself trying to make sure people see me as pure as I am.”