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“It Took Me Six Months To Record My Verse On Kpe Paso”- Wande Coal

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Serial Legendary singer and seasonal hit maker Wande Coal was a guest on the Superstar Wednesday with Do2dtun.

Following the release of Wande Coal’s third studio album and fourth body of work “Legend or No Legend” Wande Coal had a sit down with Do2dtun, explaining how grateful he is to be at this stage of his career, been able to consistently drop hit songs for over a decade.

“Legend or No Legend was not the original title of the album,” Wande Coal explained how he changed the name of his album after a viral question was asked on the bird app Twitter “Can you call Wande Coal a Legend”.

The 13-track album features heavyweights like Olamide, Grammy award-winning singer Wizkid, American iconic singer T-Pain, and YBNL singer Fireboy.

“Which was the hardest song to record on the album?” Do2dtun asked Wande Coal.

“It took me Six Months to record my verse on Kpe Paso,” Wande Coal explained how it took him six months to come up with his verse on the hit lead single off the album featuring Olamide.

“Will you ever work with Don Jazzy?” Do2dtun asked.

Watch the full interview to find out about Wande Coal’s response and more.