American Rapper Kodak Black Got Nigerians Wondering After He Was Seen Singing 2Baba’s “African Queen” Hit Song

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Popular American rapper Kodak Black is trending on the Nigerian social media space after he was seen vibing to the country’s music legend, Innocent Idibia, aka 2Baba’s hit song, African Queen, in his car.

Kodak, who seemed to love the song, sang it word for word like it was his.

Kodak, who seemed to love the song, sang it word for word like it was his.

African Queen, released in 2004, was 2Baba’s first hit song after he left his former music group “Plantashun Boiz.” It was a track off his Face 2 Face album.

The song released 19 years ago is one of the pacesetters that trended beyond the shores of Nigeria, opening the doors for every other song to be released after it.

Watch the video of Kodak Black vibing to African Queen below:

 

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2Baba, others react as Kodak Black sings African Queen

The Nigerian music legend 2Baba took to his Instastory to share the video and added a caption that read: “Bless up Kodak, Maximum respect to all African Queens.”

See a screenshot of 2Baba’s post below: 

See other reactions below:
emekaamakeze: “That song is a living thing. It has a life of its own.”

marc_of_dxb: “I’m just smiling.”

tolascott: “Legends never die .”

kimoayo: “Legend never die kodaq has been listen to this for years I watch him post and singing alone sometimes ago ❤️.”

madeinseconds: “No artiste in that 9ja music industry is messing with 2face till date. I’ll wait.”

fliptyce: “Afrobeat get substance o.”

pehlz_: “@official2baba do fast and give us remix sir.” 

What 2Baba said about his legacy

2Baba stated that the new generation of artists doesn’t owe him any mandatory homage as a pacesetter in the industry.

He, however, noted that he appreciated when they used their initiative to pay him tribute, which was hugely based on the individual.

The African Queen singer made this known on popular media personality Adesope’s Afrobeats podcast.

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