Monday, March 8, 2021

Wizkid’s ‘Come Closer’ Featuring Drake Now Certified Platinum In Canada

‘Come Closer’, Wizkid‘s 2017 hit single featuring Drake has now been certified platinum in Canada. This has been confirmed from the official Twitter handle of the Canadian Gold/Platinum Certification.

This means that the song has sold over 80,000 units in the country. Wizkid’s ‘Soco’ featuring the entire Starboy label artists also got a Canadian gold certification in 2020 which means that the song sold over 40,000 units.

Read Also: Wizkid Hints On Marriage Plans In 2021

Information Nigeria recalls the singer revealed during his interview with Naomi Campbell that music changed his life.

He went honest with the fashion model, revealing how his life would have turned out if he didn’t go into music.

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