WIZKID FEATURES JUSTIN BIEBER ON ‘ESSENCE (REMIX)’ WITH ‘MADE IN LAGOS (DELUXE)’ SET TO LAND
On Thursday August 12, 2021, Nigerian superstar, Wizkid released a tweet where he wrote, “Got something special for you guys tomorrow…”
The following day (Friday, August 13) the song was released with subtle changes from the original. The song, the remix of his Billboard hit ‘Essence’ features music superstar Justin Bieber.You can listen to the record below;
Bieber is fully in on the record; he sings a verse and a part of the chorus towards the end of the record.
He also shared the record’s cover on his social media and thanked Wizkid for having him on the song.
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