The lover boy has come back with his second release of the year with help from British-Nigerian rapper Kida Kudz. The song, released this morning does have a little deviation from the usual Nonso Amadi. With help from Kida Kudz, the singer drops a weekend jam that is also a sweet serenade. Kida Kudz’s verse also brings just the right sprinkle of hard guy to the track.
Listen to Dial Me here.
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