Wizkid lands new manager
After razing through several managers like Osagie Osarenkhoe, Godwin Tom, Seun Johnson and going on manager-break for sometime, Wizkid is ready to be managed again. And he believes he has made a wise career choice in his new manager if going by what he said as he happily announced on Instagram, last night, that Mr Sunday Are is his new manager:
“Mr Sunday Are is making sure everything goes well in Africa. #starBoy don take over…” Starboy officially announced
With this decision, Wizkid is now under List Entertainment, one of Africa’s biggest Artiste Management Companies. They already boasts of top clients like D’banj, Wande Coal, Omawumi, Remy Kayz, J-Martins and others.
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