Afrobeat artiste Willie XO took time to show off one of his exotic cars and further gave a hint of what is to come from his latest single titled Kraze which is scheduled to hit the streets soon.
The 6ft6 hunk who takes delight in staying in great shape did not just flash his latest acquisition to his garage – a Range Rover Vogue – but also chose the moment to drop the pointer of one of songs billed to be released later this year.
Willie XO posted on his Instagram page: “Kraze is on Autoplay! ????”
He was playing the song from his new baby, the Range Rover Vogue Autobiography which he acquired this year.
Despite having recently signed a multi million dollar deal Willie XO maintained that his focus is intact despite the sudden change in financial circumstances.
“I bought the Range cos I liked it. Saw it, wanted it, so I copped it. It feels good to be able to pay for things that you want. However cars and material stuff are not a distraction for me at all. I’m always 100 percent focused on my music, don’t get it twisted,” said Willie XO.
Willie XO who was introduced to the Nigerian scene by the Goretti Company, some time this year has also shown a keen interest in helping the poor and less privileged.
During a recent trip to Nigeria he took time out to visit some of the most notorious slums in Lagos against the advise of his management and label who feared for his safety.
He ended up giving away millions to the poor.
He also embarked on community support projects where he financially helped student struggling with tuition fees and new businesses in need of start up funds.
Quotes from Instagram
One wrote God bless your heart sir, more blessings. I pray for the ability to do same.
Another wrote Nice one Boss, saw you at the place, all humble. Great having philanthropists act gracefully.
When questioned about it Willie XO humbly said: ”
I don’t really like talking too much about my deeds, when I give back to the community it’s straight up from the heart and any pics you see is merely to motivate others to do the same.”
© The Predictor