Blaqbonez speaks on his collaboration with Ludacris

  • Blaqbonez discusses how he met Ludacris and how the collaboration came about.

Blaqbonez speaks on his collaboration with Ludacris
Blaqbonez speaks on his collaboration with Ludacris

Nigerian rapper, Emeka Akumefule also known as Blaqbonez, has disclosed how he met American rapper, Ludacris and collaborate on a project with him.

He said that because the ‘Area Code‘ hitmaker wanted to work with him, he booked the artist’s airfare to Ghana, where they met.

As soon as Blaqbonez arrived in Ghana, the group went into the studio to record the recently released song Cinderella Girl, according to Blaqbonez.

Because he has always been a major admirer, the Nigerian hip-hop artist said it was a big thing for him to collaborate with Ludacris.

Then Blaqbonez praised him for the verse he added to the song, calling it “ridiculous.”

He shared a photo of them sitting together and wrote; “Crazy story, @Ludacris and his team flew me out to ghana because he wanted to work with me, and that day we made Cinderella Girl.

Its Huge for me cos I’ve always been a Fan, plus he gave me a ridiculous verse!! ????????✨”

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Recall, Blaqbonez has warned followers not to anticipate any snippets of the music he intends to release on May 12.

He resorted to social media to explain why he believes releasing bits of his music detracts from the first-day listening experience.

Blaqbonez has stated that he wants his listeners to ‘unpack everything all at once’ and ‘lose their minds’ when they hear the new music.

To watch their initial reaction, he even asked people to record a video of their first listen.

In his words:

“I wont be posting any snippets of May 12th, cos I feel like them snippets are taking away from that first day listening experience.

“I need you guys to unpack everything all at once, I want you to LOSE YOUR MIND, and I need a favor, I want you to make a video of your first listen, I want to see your first reaction. thank you,” he tweeted.

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