This is absolutely sweet – Reactions as video of woman whose voice is behind Wizkid global hit song “Everyday” surfaces online (Watch)
A video of a woman whose voice is behind Wizkid global hit song “Everyday” has surfaced online and by extension generated several reactions among netizens.
The trending video making the rounds shows that Maya Angelou, an American writer and poet is the voice behind Wizkid inro on the nostalgic bop dubbed, Everyday, a track off Wizkid’s latest album, “More Love Less Ego” (MLLE).
Note that on November 11th, 2022 Wizkid releases his 5th studio album, MLLE. The Afrobeats sensation had earlier released 4 albums namely Superstar(2011), Starboy (2014), Sound from the other side (2017), and Made in Lagos (2020).
MLLE album by Wizkid has 13 tracks embedded in it, and the intro Wizkid delivers that is captured from one of the woman sayings reads, “I am grateful to be have been loved, and to be loved now, and to be able to love, because that liberates, love liberates, It doesn’t just hold, that’s ego, Love liberates.”
Watch the video below;
See reactions below;
only1dedo_: By now ehnn. Una suppose know say Wizkid nor be anybody mate at all for the full industry of music. Who good Don good. No need to day shout for social media.
only__xmimi: Awwwn her voice sweet pass Una popsi 😍.
adesope_shopsydoo: Absolutely legendary 🙌.
isaacpromise77: There’s a saying that says whatever a legend does is legendary.it and that is Wizkid,if you love Wizkid big shout-out to him for that.
_abdou_llahi: Listening to everyday differently now🔥🔥🔥😍.
dannyklutzygram: Big wiz dey go extra wide ❤️think outside de box.
In case you don’t know, Maya Angelou the voice behind Wizkid into on the hit song “Everyday” born Marguerite Annie Johnson; April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) was an American memoirist, popular poet, and civil rights activist. She published seven autobiographies, three books of essays, several books of poetry, and is credited with a list of plays, movies, and television shows spanning over 50 years. She received dozens of awards and more than 50 honorary degrees. Angelou is best known for her series of seven autobiographies, which focus on her childhood and early adult experiences. The first, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969), tells of her life up to the age of 17 and brought her international recognition and acclaim.
At the age of 16, she became the first Black female streetcar conductor in San Francisco. She wanted the job badly, admiring the uniforms of the operators, so much so that her mother referred to it as her “dream job”. Her mother encouraged her to pursue the position, but warned her that she would need to arrive early and work harder than others. In 2014, Angelou received a lifetime achievement award from the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials as part of a session billed “Women Who Move the Nation”. Three weeks after completing school, at the age of seventeen, she gave birth to her son, Clyde (who later changed his name to Guy Johnson).
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