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Zlatan, Mayorkun, Rema, 2Baba are on my radar, says Ric Hassani


 


Eric Ahiazu aka Ric Hassani has expressed his desire to collaborate with Zlatan, Mayorkun, Rema, and Innocent 2Baba Idibia.


In an exclusive chat with The Nation, Ric Hassani explained why the four music stars are currently on his radar for a musical collaboration.


“I really want to work with Zlatan. I want to work with Mayorkun too. Rema as well because I really like his sound. I have always wanted to work with 2face.



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Zlatan, Mayorkun, Rema, 2Baba are on my radar, says Ric Hassani

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By Oluwatomisin Amokeoja

Eric Ahiazu aka Ric Hassani has expressed his desire to collaborate with Zlatan, Mayorkun, Rema, and Innocent 2Baba Idibia.


In an exclusive chat with The Nation, Ric Hassani explained why the four music stars are currently on his radar for a musical collaboration.



 


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“I really want to work with Zlatan. I want to work with Mayorkun too. Rema as well because I really like his sound. I have always wanted to work with 2face.


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“Whenever we see, the connection is always there. It will be very nice to work with him as it will be a great boost to my career. My brother, Chinenye will be so happy because he adores 2face,” he says.


On the international front, Ric Hassani has his eyes fixed on a collaboration with Drake.


“Internationally, I will like to work with Drake. I feel like he is someone who knows what he is doing. Also, Sam Smith and Craig David.”


The young musician has netted a big achievement after Nigerian-born Hollywood star, David Oyelowo, featured some of his songs on his upcoming film, ‘The Water Man.’


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