Gazza Breaks Internet With Announcement

This is huge from Gazza

By  | Oct 12, 2021, 02:27 PM  | Gazza  | Top of the

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Veteran musician Lazarus Karandu Shiimi, popularly known Gazza, has left tongues wagging on social media after revealing a Nigerian artist will feature in his Messiah Album.

Taking to his Instagram account, the Gazza Music Productions President intimated that Nigerian born Pop-African singer and songwriter Ikechukwu Eric Ahiauzu, alias Ric Hassani, will feature in one of the tracks in the album.

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@richassani from Nigeria will be featuring on a track called Name and Number from my Messiah Album! 🥶

His post sent social media into a frenzy as his fans were quick to react on the news as many confessed that they can’t wait to see Gazza alongside Ric Hassani.

“Two of my favorite artists doing a song together? This is already a hit without listening to it,” @ aymarpaules commented.

“This might be amongst the hottest hits🔥🔥,” @laimynkelo weighed in.

“We can’t wait anymore 😭😭😭😭😭🔥🔥gazza,” @lilteo_na commented.

It seems the feature reveal was the best thing Gazza’s fans were waiting for as many of them opened their hearts after the announcement.

“Honorable please tate @gazza467 just release the album 😢😢😍,” @chris_ashipala_101 said.

“It's crazy I trust @richassani he has a good vocal let's gooooo🔥” @kingskidzvevo added his cents.

Ric Hassani rose into fame in 2012 when he released his first single dubbed 'Dance Dance Baby Dance' which took the internet by storm.

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Gazza’s announcement feature Ric Hassani comes a few days after the Nigerian artist joined the skilled music crew DBYZ (Yudee, Preye, Rotimi, Tedy Keny) in a new release dubbed ‘No Rules’.

In the release, which contains four songs, it’s clear that there are no rules in the music and sound as the fourth track reveals it all.

Just moments ago, Ric Hassani took to Twitter to shut his haters who he said claimed they don’t know his music.

In a hard-hitting post, the songwriter told them to go and look for his music on all the digital platforms insisting that love should prevail and not hate.

“Good morning guys. Stop saying you don't know my music or didn't know I make great music and go and stream my music right now. From digital platforms to YouTube, you can find it anywhere, anytime, easily. Go do it guys, better late than not at all. Love,” Ric Hassani wrote.

Seems now that his featuring in Gazza’s album will even silence his haters more as the Namibian is a multi-award-winning artist who has proved his prowess in music.

A couple of months back, Gazza hit out at music promoters who claimed that they don’t take artists seriously nor recognize the efforts in the entertainment industry.

The veteran musician further alleged that the promoters exploited artists as they negotiated to use their work at cheaper prices.

However, the renowned music giant promised to fight for aspiring musicians to help them climb the ladder that’s full of obstacles.

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It seems this is what he’s doing by featuring Ric Hassani in his Messiah album. He’s truly the ‘Messiah’.
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