Nigerian award-winning singer and influential vocalist, Wizkid has enabled a brand new record which he tagged, “Casamigos, For My Amigos.”
He doesn’t appear to be active on social media because his bold talent speaks on its own. As things stand, Wizkid hasn’t reached his pinnacle because he is operating at a superior stage. He is the sole author of the song “Casamigos, For My Amigos,” which he also wrote and performed. He emerges with a particular vocal range and enhanced poetic skill.
The strong mentality and intense enthusiasm on Afro-beat tracks that Wizkid of the past is renowned for were made possible by the presence of other people who shared his passion for music. Right now, his song is incredibly calming and can help someone unwind. He is a significant player in the industry, as evidenced by his moniker Big Wiz.
Let’s discuss about his most recent team effort. Wizkid is one performer that frequently has won a ton of foreign collaborations. His most recent release was the song “Call Me Everyday” with Chris Brown, a well-known singer in the United States. This song is still blasting our speakers today. The song “Casamigos, For My Amigos” will undoubtedly give fans a preview of what to expect from his upcoming studio album, which will certainly be released before the year is over.
Lastly, music production was enhanced by talented and prolific sound engineer, P2J; with co-production aid from Sammy Soso. Just hours after the song was unveiled, his colleagues are all stating out facts on who brought the Amapiano genre first in Nigeria – well, Wizkid hasn’t said a word about it.
“Casamigos, For My Amigos” has some catchy lyrics like:
Lady, girl, say your body bad to me
Pass make I choke, make I feel am, oh
Baby girl, you know as e be, oh
Yeah, we dey love till the morning
Bad girl addicted to me
Only you know as e dey do me
Only you know as e dey do me, oh-woah, girl
Ee-ye, ge-ge (Ee-ye, ge-ge)
De-mah, ge-ge-ge-ge (Oh yeah, ge-ge)
For my amigos (For my amigos)
Wa jogede (Wa jogede)
Baby, wa jogede (Wa jogede)
Ee-ye, ge-ge (Ee-ye ge-ge)
Kon she iyepe (Kon she iyepe)
Listen to “Casamigos, For My Amigos” by Wizkid below.