The sensational singer lauded the Afrobeats poster boy for the influence he has had on his career.
Talented singer and songwriter, Ikuforiji Olaitan Abdulrahman, popularly known as Oxlade, lauded Wizkid and highlighted some of the historic things he has done for him.
The ace vocalist, who is currently on his "Catch Oxy in Your City" world tour that will see him perform in cities and countries like Birmingham, Manchester, London, Dubai, and more, in a recent interview with Capital Extra, mentioned the role that Big Wiz has played in his career.
Oxlade, whose chart-topping single titled ‘Ku Lo Sa", is now a global anthem (highlighted by his recent feat of becoming the most shazamed song in France), in the interview recalled how Wizkid brought him out on stage at the iconic 20,000-capacity O2 Arena in 2018 (which was Oxlade's first career performance on that stage), as well as joining Wizkid on stage at his sold-out concert at the 21,000-capacity Accor Arena in Paris.
According to Oxlade, Wizkid is the blueprint that he uses to check and balance his artistry and brand.