“Our Songs Used To Be 5 Mins Long Before Wizkid’s Impacts” – Remi Aluko Asserts

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Fuji maestro Aderemi Aluko, commonly known as Remi Aluko, recently commented in a video about the influence of his junior colleague, Ayo Balogun Wizkid, on the Nigerian music scene.

Aluko, a participant on the EchoRoom podcast who suffered partial blindness in 2013, remarked that Nigerian Star Boy revolutionized the way songs were recorded in the industry.

Before Wizkid launched his approach, songs used to be five minutes long, according to the Fuji star.

Remi Aluko claims that Wizkid proved to other musicians that he could shorten song lengths by doing so. The head of Star Boy Records, Remi Aluko, described his approach to recording as follows:

“Wizkid was the one that changed the method of recording songs, before songs used to be 5mins long until Wizkid came and made it shorter with his style.”

"Our songs used to be 5 mins long before Wizkid’s impacts" – Remi Aluko asserts

Reactions to the post below’

@kasound_ noted: “It was @kizzdaniel, not wiz with songs like woju, laye, mama before then we were all doing 3:50 seconds.

@offishial_monii said: “Wizkid get like 20 songs when end 5 minutes na. this man na werey”opceevibzbeat: “I don’t believe that even tho I’m a wizkid fan. Omah came in with that 1-2 mins track..”

@seantero_choko wrote: “Mumu talk.”

@iam_jemil asked: “What’s Remi saying? Wiz changed Wetin?”

@omobasatty claimed: “Na living legend Dey talk !!!!!!!!!!! we have a song together.”

@davidzy001 said: “Na Asake later turn am to 2 min gerege.”


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