He takes no prisoners and fears nobody. He is hot, fresh and daring. He is the one-man riot squad who cannot wait to give all the major rappers in Nigeria a run for their money.
Not caring whose ox is gored, he says to everyone’s hearing “I am G-WILZ. I am the King of the Word, the Toastmaster-General and the Minister of Rap. I am lyrically licensed to kill!”
You better get used to the name, G-WILZ because from Saturday, March 4, when TOPS, the hottest music label in town, unleashes an Extended Play of G-WILZ, the rap music scene in Nigeria will no longer be the same. G-WILZ will own the streets.
The G-WILZextended play will contain three hot songs: ‘Karma’, ‘Asiwaju’ and ‘Remember Me’ You can bet that soon after, girls everywhere will swoon to the music of G-WILZ and recite his lines, word for word.
That was exactly what happened on Valentine’s Day when G-WILZ was invited to show a little of his stuff at “LOVE AT COSON”, the fun event organized in Lagos by Copyright Society of Nigeria. When G-WILZ picked up the microphone and began to do his thing, it was pure magic. All the girls at the venuelet loose and rocked with him. It was love at first sight.
G-WILZ has the uncanny ability to start a rap line in uppity English, swing to Igbo, pivot to Yoruba, come back to pidgin while keeping the beat pumping. He is an original street boy and has the scars to prove it. He has earned every degree you can earn in the University of ‘Hard Knocks’. On his way to fame, he has done every un-fancied job you can imagine. Not too long ago, he was a barber, cutting fancy hairstyles in the Egbeda, Idimu and Gowon Estate areas of Lagos.
For several months, the unique sound of G-WILZ, a Libra born on October 1, Nigeria’s Independence Day, has been roasted, toasted and cooked in the TOPS kitchen. The music of G-WILZ is one of the very exciting delicacies being garnished in the kitchen of TOPS, the hot music production, publishing, distribution and events company which in 2017 has released Tony