Ghanaian Artiste DXD To Face Nigeria’s Wizkid

Ghanaian Artiste DXD To Face Nigeria’s Wizkid

It has come to our notice that Nigerian BET award winner Wizkid, who is making lots out of his unique singing style is not happy with current happenings as some artistes are biting on his style of music.
Report from a close source.

First on his list is Ghanaian DawuniXDawuni ‘DXD’ who has just released his ‘Bump N Grind’ video shot by Paskal Aka. The ‘Bump N Grind’ video which Wizkid claims has DXD singing exactly like him is set to start rolling across Africa through MTVBase, TraceTV and SoundCity.

This big budgeted video is also definitely an investment DXD’s label ‘360DEGREES’ wouldn’t want to lose because of Wizkids claims. DXD released “Bump ‘N’ Grind” and “Like Juju” first week in August and
the “Bump ‘N’ Grind” video premieres soon under his new Management“360DEGREES”. 360 Degrees believes these songs are forces to reckon with within the Ghanaian music industry and across the world
hence they understand Wizkid’s fear as DXD is equally capable of taking over his fan base especially in Ghana.

DXD is a Ghanaian Afro-Beat or Afro-pop /(Rapper/Singer) /composer/song writer/performer and a well-rounded Musician who was Born and raised in Accra but hails from a royal family in the northern
part of Ghana (Tamale to be precise). Born Suleihu Dawuni Adams, DXD loved music as a kid, but truly discovered his music potential at age thirteen during his JHS days.

DXD’s Music career got effective after the change of name when he decided to take to more singing than rap. His first commercial mainstream single after he slowed down on Hip-Hop was “Break Your
Body” which really got him into the public eye with heavy rotation all over the Night Clubs, Pubs and Radio Stations as well as heavy rotation on the African Beat on VOA (Voice of America).

He did some major TV appearances like appearing on ETV’s Late Night Celeb Show as a discovery, also appeared on Crystal TV as the Guest Host for the entertainment show “Sound Blast” and also on Crystal TV’s Saturday Morning Show. As the controversy goes on, you can check ‘Bump N Grind’ out on Youtube and judge for yourself.

Source: Peacefmonline.com

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