Singer Wizkid has denied any disagreement between producer-singer Sam Klef and himself,.
The “beef” was revealed when Sam Klef repeatedly aired his grievances on social media and even offered to sell some instrumentals he produced for the young star, years ago.
However, Star Boy has denied any knowledge of the social media talk, saying he’s “not sure” what’s going on, as Sam Klef is his “brother”.
According to him, Sam Klef was at his house 2 weeks ago.
“We are always together. I really don’t understand what’s going on here,” he said, adding that “i’ve got love for Sam Klef all day.
“Even if he hurts me, I can’t get mad”.
Song With Chris Brown To Drop In January
Ever since Nigeria’s Star Boy was pictured with international singer, Chris Brown and it was revealed that the two are working on some songs together, fans have been on the look-out for the collaboration.
Wizkid has said the song would hit the airwaves in January 2015!
The “Samba” crooner let the cat out of the bag during a recent chat with Entertainment News team.
Working With 2Face Is Dream Come True
Wizkid is “blessed” to be working with 2Face, who he says is “a legend in the game” of music.
Taking a quick stroll down memory lane, Wizkid who many know as Nigeria’s Star Boy, said “I used to listen to 2Face walking to school and walking back and he’s still here now and I’m doing Hennessy Artistry with him”.
“Me sharing the stage with 2Face, working on a set, that’s a dream come true.
The multi-award winning pop singer whose second album – Ayo – enjoying good reviews, disclosed that he’ll “have a surprise for his fans this Christmas”.
He explained that the second album was delayed because he had been touring and doing shows every weekend, which made it difficult to concentrate on his album, coupled with the fact that his producers were scattered in different countries, including South Africa, Tanzania and Lagos.
“And I get my songs mixed outside the country. Sometimes I mix my songs in the U.S. Sometimes I mix them in South Africa.”
He quashed rumours of bad blood with Banky W-led Empire Mates Entertainment because Ayo would be the last album released under the label.
“I’m not excited about leaving because we are going to keep doing business forever… but I’m just happy that I have the opportunity to grow and work on my own brand,work on my own team, work on my own record label. I’m happy about that.”