A Cameroonian rapper has humbly begged Nigerians to accept and support him just like they have done to Ghanaian artiste Black Sherif.
Black Sherif has enjoyed overwhelming support from Nigerians after his song, Kwaku The Traveller (KTT) penetrated their domain and became a street anthem just like it has been replicated across every length and breadth of Ghana.
Prior to that, his Second Sermon and the remix version which saw Nigeria’s Burna Boy jumping on it has already made Black Sherif a household name in the Africa’s most populous country.
Against this backdrop, Vreezy Ville from Cameroon has asked his Naija fans to help him solidify his brand by giving him the same reception they have given to Blacko.
He says he equally has good tunes that will resonate very well with them. See his post below:
Defang-ekokobe Mbah: Cameroonians will always be hard to please. We are very political pple. Whether u accept it or not. Some of us will respect Artist brand by Nigeria morethan those we praise. And lets be clear. HE OR SHE WHO NIGERIA HAS BLESSED MUSICALLY IS BLESSED FOR LIFE. accept it or not. You , can never bring down who nigerians choose to represent e go hard. I encourage him to win the hearts of Nigeria..
Nelson Chekwube: See we Nigerian is open to all, u don’t need to Tell us to welcome your music, when your music is dope, automatically, it will be listen to all and sundry… Keep up the good work…We the dot nation will say in our dialect… AHIA OMA NA ERE ONWEYA..
Tonson Kings Tonsonkings But I thought your brother #pancho # abi na wetin be that his name once said that Nigeria 🇳🇬 no reach Cameron ,but we no dey talk too much only action speak louder than voice if you respect ✊ naija we go help you period we are number ONE ☝️.