Sarz Discusses Working with Wizkid on Native Mag Interview

Sarz Discusses Working with Wizkid on Native Mag Interview


In a latest interview with Native Magazine, Nigerian producer Sarz has defined how Wizkid and Skpeta created Longtime off the previous’s Made in Lagos album.

Talking to Native Magazine on this interview, Sarz revealed that he didn’t wish to work on the music as a result of he was actually drained that day. The interview was shared on Wednesday, the fifteenth of December 2021.

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Wizkid, Sarz and Skepta

Wizkid launched his Made in Lagos album final 12 months with options from the likes of Tems, Burna Boy, Tay Iwar, Damian Marley, and Skepta who characteristic on Longtime. The music was produced by Sarz and was one of many extra distinguished songs on the venture.

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In his interview with Native Magazine, Sarz shares the story of how he produced Longtime by Wizkid and Skepta whereas nonetheless drained;

I keep in mind making the music in LA, and I used to be so drained that day. Wiz and Skep, I really feel like they’d been attempting to work for some time, however they hadn’t hit the correct vibe or one thing. I’ve skilled them in periods earlier than and I do know, okay perhaps nothing’s going to come back out of it. So, on today that they got here into the studio, I had already blocked my thoughts from attempting to do something, however one thing stored telling me, “no simply strive, simply strive, see what occurs.” So, I made the beat, I keep in mind Skepta simply stored listening to it for hours till he was able to document. As soon as he recorded, all of us knew it was banger, it’s simply such a sick tune. So, I’m actually glad that I psyched myself into making it as a result of I used to be actually drained, and I didn’t even wish to do it. 

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