In a recent interview on UNPACKIN, Nigerian global superstar, WURLD opened up about his life, career, and music, leaving fans buzzing with excitement. Born in Nigeria, Sadiq Onifade, popularly known as WURLD's musical journey began in Atlanta, where he had the opportunity to collaborate with renowned artistes like Akon and B.O.B.
Initially focused on Hip-Hop, R&B, and Alt A music, WURLD made a pivotal decision to return to his roots in Africa, spending more time on the continent. The artiste, known for his hit song BLOW MY MIND featuring Davido and Chris Brown, revealed that there are even more exciting collaborations in the works for 2024, keeping fans eagerly anticipating what's to come.
During the interview, WURLD also shed light on his relationship with fellow artiste Sarz, emphasizing the organic connection they share. Their collaboration promises to bring forth incredible music that will captivate audiences worldwide.
DON'T GET USED TO THIS- EP
WURLD's recently released EP, DON'T GET USED TO THIS, centers around the theme of self-love. One of the standout tracks, SARAFINA, is a heartfelt dedication to women, aiming to make them feel cherished and special. The EP showcases WURLD's versatility and his ability to create music that resonates with listeners on a deep level.
But the excitement doesn't end there. WURLD tantalized fans with hints of an upcoming project in 2024 that will feature Ghanaian artistes. The anticipation is high, and fans can't wait to see what musical magic WURLD will bring to the table. Plus, he dropped the bombshell that a concert is also in the works, promising an unforgettable experience for his dedicated fanbase.
WURLD's star continues to rise, and his passion for music shines through in every project he undertakes. Stay tuned for more updates on this talented artiste and get ready to groove to the beats of his upcoming collaborations and EP.
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