Adegoke Agboola Muiz, the fast-rising singer better known as Whyzee De Seaside Boy, has come through with the refix of his single titled ‘Mondara’.


A refix means the remake of an original project using a new production technique or style.

In the new version of the song, the 28-year-old musician employed the music dexterity of Asake, the YBNL artiste.

The project sees Whyzee De Seaside Boy crooning about his affluent life in the midst of perceived enmity.


“We are having some fun/ We sip Rosé/ Grab some body then move some body/ We are following your hummer/ Kilowa kilo supping/ Je ka lọ Club kalo clubbing/ Omo mo ti hammer/ 24m plus is something/ Arin ota ń run/ Mio sáyé alaye o/ Mo ń sáyé tèmi,” he sings in English and Yoruba.

‘Mondara’ was produced with an Amapiano beat and named as the ‘Wakanda’ version of the original song.

Whyzee De Seaside Boy is a graduate of the University of Benin (UNIBEN). He started showing interest in music at a tender age and made his official digital music debut in 2021.


The artiste, fondly called ‘Music Chameleon’, is known for his versatility and ability to quickly blend with any kind of music style.

He has experimented with different sounds and genres including Afropop, Afrofusion, rap, contemporary, and conscious music.

The musician has worked with numerous artistes including Durella, Yungfellafire, Lyrical Dablaze, and Brazee.



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