- Rap musician Drake has taken interest in a young and upcoming Nigerian artist Hyzah
- The young rapper recently took to his page on Instagram noting that Drake had followed him
- Hyzah expressed his excitement and thanked everyone who has supported him since his video went viral
It is indeed an amazing way to start the year for a young and upcoming Nigerian artiste identified as Hyzah.
The young man recently left members of the internet community in awe of his talent after his rap video went viral online.
Interestingly, Hyzah did not only capture the attention of Nigerians online but has also managed to get noticed by Canadian rap star, Drake.
The young artiste recently took to his page on Instagram with the good news that the God’s Plan crooner has followed his account on the social media platform. Hyzah also shared a screenshot on his page to support his claim.
In his caption, the young man who is on his way to stardom expressed appreciation and gratitude to everyone who has supported him since his video went viral online.
Hyzah said just a day ago he had only two followers on the platform but woke up to one of the world’s biggest rapper following him.
"Just yesterday I had only 2 followers only to wake up this morning to see Drake @champagnepapi following me... Thanks for the love & repost!! You guys are amazing!! Thank you @ehigie0.05. Cc @jaytee_yna."
See his post below:
Social media users in his comment section had words of encouragement for the young artiste.
Read comments below:
"Oga no worry, just get more hits you don blow."
"Star is born."
"Bigger things await u. Choose wisely."
"@manlikeqsmth see God?? Wow! You be starboy no reason am!"
"You talented! Get it."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Canadian rapper took some time off his busy schedule to share a tender moment with his son.
Drake shared a snap on social media while taking a nap next to his son Adonis. Fans on social media praised the rapper for being a good dad to his little boy.
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Source: Briefly News