He discussed the enormous influence of parenting on his life and work.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Wizkid, a Grammy Award-winning musician, has highlighted the transformational power of love while expressing his profound thanks for the gifts of parenthood.
During the interview with UK-based music journalist Adesope on the Afrobeats podcast, Wizkid said, “Being a father has changed me a lot. I am grown; lots of love in my heart, fuels me to keep going; that is the drive, the only drive to keep me going. My family, my kids, I just feel blessed to be their father, take care of them; God put me in that position, it is the biggest blessing in the world, being able to recreate.”
The musician, a joyful father of four kids, talked eloquently about the value of parenting and how it has influenced him personally.
He confessed that his love for his kids motivates him and gives his life meaning.
The musician also expressed his unwavering dedication to his music profession, describing it as his way of life.
He explained, “I sleep, breathe, and eat music. I’m always trying to elevate my craft from my sound, my videos, my productions, everything to a whole new level.”
I sleep, breathe, and eat music, he said. I’m always attempting to take my productions, visuals, sound, and everything else to a new level.
His commitment to his art is clear and admirable.
Wizkid spoke about parenthood and revealed his foray into the high-end jewelry market.
He proudly displayed a diamond neck chain and pendant he co-designed with famous designer Eliantte at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.
The first of six chains Wizkid hopes to sell this year, this exceptional item signifies his foray into the high-end jewelry market.
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