Idahams is emerging as one of the most exciting new faces of afropop music on the global stage. The good reviews his latest releases have got, after having unveiled two acclaimed projects in the last two years, achieving over fifty million streams, and four top 10 singles on Music Week's United Kingdom's Black Music Chart, confirm that the artist hailing from Bonny Island in Nigeria's River State is gaining a foothold for himself on the music scene. He now welcomes 2023 with the release of his new single, Wetin No Good.
“This is one of the first songs I recorded this year, and I believe this song can be a global hit for Africa because of the glorious afrobeats and amapiano fusion that gives it an appeal that cuts across,” says the artist when asked about his latest release that has just seen the light. But what about the meaning behind this new single? Idahams tells us more about it. “Thematically, the song captures two different feelings and interpretations – on one hand, you are being served a hot breakfast of sad love and heartbreak, but on the other hand, you could be having the best sex of your life.”

Surpassing one million streams with his song Man On Fire – North Africa Remix and with more than half a million listeners on tracks like Bad Girl or Ada, the fast-rising pop artist and producer now creates an infectious pop offering that is sure to captivate audiences worldwide. His brand-new single, Wetin No Good, via Grafton Records and produced with longtime collaborator Yussy Beatz, is just a sneak peek of a great year in the artist's career.
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