The Nigerian Twitter-sphere is abuzz after video clips showing Bella Shmurda in what appeared to be a studio session with Wizkid surfaced online.


In the now-viral video clips, the ‘Dangbana’ crooner could be seen in high spirit after meeting the Grammy-award winner in Ghana.

One of the videos captured the moment the fast-rising singer arrived at the ‘Ojuelegba’ crooner’s residence, while in another footage, the pair could be seen playing cheerfully in the middle of a recording session.

It is understood that the ‘Cash App’ singer has been craving to have a collaboration with Starboy.


While it remains to be seen if the duo will team up on a music project, the development has excited fans on social media platforms, especially Twitter.

Here is what some fans had to say:


Bella Shmurda started to pull the weights of fame after the release of ‘Vision 2020’, his 2019 single, wherein he talked about his quest to take the country’s music industry by storm.

He continued his impressive run in 2020 with the release of ‘Cash App,’ a hit song, which shot him into the limelight.

The musician has snagged numerous recognitions including a nomination for the ‘Next Rated’ category at the 14 edition of The Headies.

Shmurda has also been at the centre of controversies on several occasions since he came into the spotlight.

He had in January left tongues wagging over reports that he was drunk during a stage performance — a claim he debunked.

The singer also became the butt of jokes in some quarters after his grammatical error at this year’s edition of The Headies.

He had also released ‘Rush‘, his first single of 2021, wherein he slammed his critics.

Wizkid, on the other hand, has established himself as a household name in the global music landscape.

He recently won his first-ever Grammy award for his role in ‘Brown Skin Girl’, a 2019 song by Beyonce, American musician.

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