It is my dream to collaborate with Wizkid, Burna Boy – Richplug
Iwunor Anselm Chibuzor, better known as Richplug, has stated his desire to work with Nigerian music superstars Wizkid and Burna Boy as he looks to chart his path to the top of the music world.
Richplug recently a new single titled ‘Ogbe Cartel’. This latest piece of work by the Cyprus-based Nigerian musician and producer is a fascinating song that will definitely be worth a place on the playlist of lovers of beautiful music.
But the budding music star isn’t resting on his oars though as he is keen to further make a name for himself in the music world and has set his sights on collaborating with two of Africa’s biggest superstars.
“It is my dream to collaborate with Wizkid and Burna Boy and I know I have what it takes,” he said. “Wizkid and Burna Boy motivate me to be my best. I find peace, comfort and fun in their way of singing; they motivate me to do greater things and put in my best.”
Richplug is already doing big things, as his song ‘Ogbe Cartel’ danced its way up the charts to the ‘song of the week’ on the Naijabeat Countdown this past week, despite the fact that he has yet to collaborate with his music idols, Wizkid and Burna Boy.
Even though he is yet to collaborate with Wizkid and Burna Boy, Richplug is already doing big things as his song Ogbe Cartel” has walked its way up to the song of the week beat on the naijabeat countdown for the week just gone by.
This is a remarkable achievement for the youngster, who has the potential to achieve even greater things if he keeps his head down and remains focused.
Richpug said despite the high competition in the domestic music industry, that he is not going to be fazed by the competition.
“I am here to stay and write my name in gold. I believe i will get to the top. It’s just a matter of time. I am focused, talented and creative. I just want to be great for real, so I know I will have to put more effort into what I want. I don’t see anyone as competition,” Richplug said.
He is also keen to give back to society; a task he feels he doesn’t need to wait until he becomes a global superstar before embarking on.
“Many people often think that it is only those who have millions in their accounts that can give back to society,” he told The Guardian. “Take it from me; one doesn’t have to be a famous philanthropist with a huge net worth to be able to put smiles on peoples’ faces. You just give no matter how little.”