Daniel Regha Tackles Wizkid’s New Song Titled Money and Love

Daniel-Regha Tackles Wizkid's song

Daniel-Regha Tackles Wizkid’s song, the popular critic and influencer, Daniel Regha has criticized Wizkid’s new song


Daniel-Regha Tackles Wizkid’s song. According to the well-known critic Daniel, who has given his unsolicited opinions on major topics from celebrity gossip, trending news and politics amongst others. He has been faced with multiple backlashes for sharing his thoughts on major topics, especially regarding popular music artists. Such as  Wizkid, Davido, and Burna boy who are the three most influential personalities.


He has once again given his shared his thoughts and received backlash for criticizing Wizkid’s new music ‘Money and Love’.


According to Daniel Regha, “Wizkid should’ve done a better job with his “Money & Love” music video, especially since the song itself is awful! Visually the video is clean, but the smoking scene is a no; Furthermore, ballin’ with many ladies has no context. Since that’s supposed to be a love song. No offence”.


Daniel Regha Tackles Wizkid's song

He stated that though the music video is crispy and clean it lacked context. While pointing out that the music which was titled Money and Love seems to lack the love part. As Wizkid surrounded himself with many ladies which would have passed a better message with just one woman. Since the song dropped a few days before Davido’s TIMELESS album, people had high hopes for it. Adding to the fact that Wizkid’s songs in recent times have been judged to be basic, with weak lyrics. The singer has been in the industry and has paid his dues.


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Adding to that he stated that the song is awful but the music video would have redeemed it had it been done with details in mind. Although other fans praised Wizkid for his clean music video. They also added that the singer put certain elements in the video which speaks volume. Like certain details about the last election and the #EndSars movement.

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