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Call of Duty official Twitter account hypes Zinoleesky’s new song



Nigerian Afrobeats singer, Zinoleesky has been acknowledged by Call of Duty after he released a song named after the action video game.

The Marlian Music artiste released his the single ‘Call of Duty’ on Friday, August 26 in anticipation of his forthcoming EP.

Zinoleesky whose real name is Oniyide Azeez got the attention of the Acitivision first-person shooter brand after he dropped lyrics from the song on his Twitter page.

He tweeted; ”I’ll be inside playing call of duty

Lovin u be my call of duty 🎵 🎵”

Reacting via its official Twitter account, Call of Duty hyped the song with a short scene from its game.

It indicated that the track was so beautiful to listen to that it had to turn the volume up to the maximum.

Us turning the volume up 🎶”, the game brand tweeted.

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‘Call of Duty’ is Zinoleesky’s third single of 2022 and it was produced by Niphkeys. It is a follow-up to his previously released single, Loving You which fans love so much.

In other entertainment news, Popular singer, Daniel ”BNXN” Benson, has spoken on his relationship with Grammy-winning singer, Wizkid.

According to the ‘For Days’ crooner, they became close friends after Wizkid featured him on his song, Mood.

Speaking on how he met the Starboy, BNXN said Big Wiz sent him a message and he went over to his place without delay.

BNXN who made this known in an interview on 102.7 Naija FM, said a lot of people were asking him how he was able to meet the Ojuelegba hitmaker so easily because it’s difficult for other artistes to see him due to scheduling differences.

He talked about how Wiz, who hardly posts on social media, usually replies his messages with immediacy except on occasions that he saw it late. He also said that when he saw Wizkid, he realised he is flesh and blood, which was in contrast with his earlier belief that he is a spirit.

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