In July 2014, Saeon became the first artiste to be
signed to Baseline Music led by Howie T. Photo:
Filed
Oyo State-born pop diva, Seun Oni otherwise called
‘Saeon’ is currently not happy with Wizkid.
The singer, who has a song titled ‘Boogie down’
featuring Wizkid apparently paid Wizkid a whopping
sum of N1.5million to get the Star boy on the song
and video.
Despite the money paid however, she’s pissed with
the fact that Wizkid couldn’t even acknowledge her
by posting something about the song on his
timeline and when she tweeted at him, he refused
to do as little as retweet it. Expressing her anger,
Saeon shared a picture on her Instagram handle
that reads: ‘Folks be like I never charge artistes for
features, but I’m 1.5m short and I couldn’t even get
a retweet, anyway it’s turn by turn’.
When contacted by NET, Saeon declined to
comment on the issue saying: ‘It’s sad but I’ll rather
not talk about it’.
Sources from Saeon’s camp told NET that ‘Wizkid
has not been responding well to Saeon, he doesn’t
even pick her calls and she’s really angry about it
despite all the money he was paid for the song.’
In July 2014, Saeon became the first artiste to be
signed to Baseline Music led by Howie T. The singer
officially dropped her EP titled ‘I AM SAEON – THE
EP’ today.
The Extended Play is a body of works that gives a
true depiction of Saeon’s alluring persona and
unique song writing style while also engaging
listeners in its melodic array and perfect delivery.
In her words: ‘I am extremely excited about this
project , I AM SAEON encompasses what and who i
truly am.I hope many can relate to me through this
body of work. I had an amazing time working with
OF A KIND Creatives in order to tell a story through
each photo and am delighted to present them to
you.’
The EP is highlighted by the new single produced
by Sarz, Dogado, which is currently enjoying radio
airplay and is steadily finding its way up music
charts across country. Other songs on the EP
include ‘It wont stop’, ‘Friends with benefits’ and
‘Awada erekere’.

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