In a recent interview, Nigerian artist Potable offered his insights regarding the impact of musicians Davido, Olamide, and Wizkid on Nigeria’s ghettos, their place of origin.
He underscored the ongoing support that Davido and Olamide provide to their community, even post-fame. However, he noted a perceived distancing by Wizkid from his ghetto roots.
Potable emphasized his positive rapport with singer Olamide, commending his dedication to community upliftment.
While he expressed admiration for Wizkid’s musical prowess, he urged him to revisit his previous singing style, pointing out the enduring appeal of his older, more vintage tracks.
During the interview, he remarked, “Davido and Olamide have been lending a hand to numerous individuals in the ghetto, yet Wizkid seems to have distanced himself from us.
While I greatly admire Wizkid, I kindly urge him to return to his earlier singing style, as it played a pivotal role in his rise to fame.”
Portable’s exceptional talent has garnered him a substantial social media following, elevating his prominence and increasing his renown.