Semsational singer, Wizkid has disclosed how he rejected collaboration offers while recording his much anticipated album, “Made In Lagos”.
Wizkid mentioned this in a recent interview with D boy Dayo and Marsour Bellow of The Beat London 106.3 FM.
During the interview he discussed the whole process of recording his new album and how he has been planning his album for three years.
When questioned how and why he turned down the collaborations offer, Wizkid said:
“I feel bad, I kinda broke a lot of relationships with this album, you know, guys, it is love forever, it’s nothing personal, we just making music. They know that every artiste I ever worked with like, before I even work with any artiste, we are on a wave, we are on an understanding, I work with normal people.
“I hate hype artiste, I like it normal. So when we work and I’m like yo, this is a dope record but its not going to be on this album but on the next one, like we get it, we keep it real at all times. I wasn’t the one picking, I was making music and whatever feels great, we put it on the body of the work.”