Chris Brown, the award-winning US musician, says he has been friends with Wizkid, the Nigerian singer, for more than 15 years.

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The American pop singer spoke in a recent interview with BigBoy TV, where he talked about ‘Breezy’, his yet-to-be-released 10th album.

Preceding the release of the body of work is ‘Call Me Every Day,’ a song with Wizkid which dropped on Friday — after weeks of anticipation by fans.

The track isn’t the first time the duo would be collaborating. In 2017, Wizkid had teamed up with Brown for ‘African Bad Gyal’, a track off Sounds From The Other Side’ album.

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Speaking on his relationship with the ‘Essence’ crooner, Chris Brown said the duo had spent time together in the studio having fun but only decided to make a “real record” with ‘Call Me Every Day.’

“Wizkid has been my friend for 15 years plus,” the American said.

“Other than just being on the road with each other and we always have playful studio sessions where we make fun music, but this time we made a real record, and I feel like it’s dope.”

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Wizkid broke into the limelight in 2010 when he dropped the hit single ‘Holla At Your Boy’ followed by his ‘Superstar’, his debut album, a year later.

The 31-year-old artiste celebrated the 10th anniversary with a tell-all documentary earlier this year.



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