“I Was Born Broke, But I’d Die Rich” – Wizkid

“I Was Born Broke, But I’d Die Rich” – Wizkid

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Nigerian singer, Wizkid has revealed that he was born broke, but then he’d never die poor, but he’d die very “wealthy”.

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singer who was listed as 7th Richest Artiste in Africa made the statement via his Twitter account today. He wrote; “Born Broke, Die wealthy”.

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The talented singer comes from a large family and is the last of six children.

Wizkid started singing at age 11; he sang in his church’s choir and released a 7 track album entitled “Lil Prinz”.

Wizkid’s first song featured one of Nigeria’s celebrated musical icon, OJB Jezreel. M

oreover, in 2006, Wizkid collaborated with Naeto C and Ikechukwu prior to rising to stardom.

In 2009, Wizkid became a household name within Nigeria’s musical landscape; he was featured on M.I’s “Fast Money, Fast Cars”, and Kel’s “Turn by Turn”.

Wizkid was featured on Banky W’s album, The W Experience, after getting signed to Empire Mates Entertainment.

Wizkid began recording songs for his debut album, Superstar, several months prior to the June 9, 2011 release.

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