Wizkid’s Documentary Brings An Insight Into His Music Career And Fatherhood

Wizkid Documentary

Wizkid has released his “A Superstar Made In Lagos” a documentary detailing his life growing up, his music career getting signed to Banky W and Fatherhood.

Wizkid in the documentary spoke on how growing up was for him said;

“I was the last born of the house, I wasn’t a spoilt last baby but I got my way sometimes. Growing up in a very spiritual home in Lagos really opened my mind. My dad is Muslim, my mom is Christian. I used to go to the mosque with my dad and go to the church with my mom.

“That really just opened my mind that the biggest religion in life is love. The most important thing to me is Family. I’m a big family guy. My son is like my best friend. I talk to him every day. We have the best conversations.”

Being influenced by his upbringing and the Nigerian Culture, Wizkid speaks on how he blends everything into his style, “To me, every time I’m making an album, I always like to bring a little piece of everything that I can make as a musician, inside it. That’s why whenever I go to the studio, I always like to keep thinking forward, keep evolving as a musician. I always like doing something for a purpose.

“When I was going to do the show at the O2 first, I had the option of going into the O2 to do it by myself. I was like, “it’s bigger than that”. I believe in togetherness, I believe in unity, I believe in moving in numbers.

A Superstar Made In Lagos also features some of the individuals who have not only played a role in Wizkid’s career or interacted with the singer but are stakeholders in the Nigerian entertainment and creative industry.

In the Documentary Femi Kuti, Anthony Joshua, Banky W, and more shared their thoughts about the Wizkid.

Watch Wizkid’s “A Superstar Made In Lagos”

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