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Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince, Fuse ODG, And Jeremih Jump On Krept & Konan's 'Freak Of The Week (Afrobeats Remix)'

Hear South London duo Krept & Konan's huge "Freak Of The Week (Afrobeats Remix)" featuring Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince and Fuse ODG.


South London duo Krept & Konan gather the massive crew of Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince, and Fuse ODG for the 'Afrobeats Remix' to their bubbling summer anthem "Freak Of The Week," featuring Jeremih. The single, whose original remix already featured the Jamaican cast of Beenie Man and Popcaan, now sees the Nigerian pop royalty and UK-Ghanaian Fuse ODG trading verses over an infectious DJ Mustard beat. The high-profile Nigerian collaborations keep coming as Wizkid just recently got a huge "Ojuelegba" remix from Drake and Skepta, Davido connected with Meek Mill for "Fans Mi" and Ayo Jay linked up with Fetty Wap — this one, though, reminds us of the time Wizzy, Ice Prince and AKA went in over Jeremih's "Don't Tell Em." Stream Krept & Konan's "Freak Of The Week (Afrobeats Remix)" featuring Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince and Fuse ODG below.

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