Young, aspiring and talented artiste, Nuhu Zakari, famously known as Nuzak has dropped the audio and visual of his much awaited single, The Boy, featuring indigenous rapper, CDQ.
The song was dropped under the stable of Royal Empire Music and Art Label, owned by popular Lagos socialite, Prince (Dr) Kazeem Eletu-Odibo, last week.
It is a new street anthem, directed by Dindu and laced with catchy lyrics that are sure to get pundits rocking the dance floor. It was produced by REXXIE, mixed and mastered by MARQAI.
There are speculations that the song, shot in the Osapa London area of Lekki, is the grass to grace story of Prince Kazeem, who recently celebrated his 40th birthday amidst funfair.
Nuzak, who had earlier this year dropped “On Point” under the same record label, however denied the claim, saying his new single, The Boy, could be anyone who works hard to become successful in life.
He said: “It’s not about my boss’ life story, though there is some correlation. It is the story of a boy who actually had nothing and went through hardship at the early stage of his life, as well as his efforts to make it in life. While doing this, he tried a lot of things in struggling to be a man in order to put food on the table for his family.
“In the process, he kept on believing he would be great someday. He never lost hope and was determined. He kept on struggling even as nobody knew him until suddenly God answered his prayers. He then made it and became famous.”
The Olowo Laiye Mo crooner spoke on his choice of versatile indigenous artiste, CDQ, saying he is one of the rappers in Nigeria he respects a lot.
“The way he does his things and his singing prowess are superb. He is always prepared. I believe in his dream and spirit. I fell in love with him on his first release. Other artistes are good but I just like CDQ passionately and working with him is a dream I just want to accomplish.”
Nuzak, who had worked with the likes of Sean Tizzle, Oritsefemi and Abdulala (Black Tribe), also dreams of working with the award-winning trio of Wizkid, Davido and Olamide in his future songs.
“I wish to tell everyone that I love those guys. Not just because of their music but because of their hustle and struggle. They are good. It is not easy. To become successful requires a lot of hardwork and sleepless nights. They are young and are keeping it real. So I look forward to working with them.”
Follow the link below to watch the visual: https://youtu.be/
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