Wizkid, a Grammy Award-winning singer, has recently released a song that social media pundit Uche Maduagwu has categorized as a lullaby.
Despite the actor’s declaration of love for Wizkid, he gave his latest single, “Bad to me,” a low rating.
The song, an Amapiano record, was made available on all streaming services on Wednesday. It is Big Wiz’s first release in two years.
Commenting on the song, Maduagwu said Wizzy’s management didn’t do well on the new record, and that the long wait from the fans wasn’t worth it.
The Instagram personality claimed he almost fell asleep while listening to “Bad to Me,” but instead of criticizing it, he recommended Wizkid should have worked with Carter Efe on his song, “Machala.”
In honor of his idol, Wizkid, a skit creator named Efe dropped his debut single, “Machala,” on July 29. It features Berri Tiga. As of the time of this article, Wizkid hasn’t responded or said anything about the song.
Maduagwu argued that Wizkid ought to have contacted Carter Efe for a song remix given the song’s enormous popularity both domestically and abroad.
“I Love Big Wiz but the gods prefer the song ‘Machala’ to ‘Bad to Me,'” he wrote.
“After keeping your fans waiting for a NEW song, a collaboration with Carter Efe on the “Machala” remix would have been your biggest music comeback.
Your management is failing miserably on this one, Baba.
We still adore you even though your new song has me on the verge of sleep.