My Dream Was Become A World Star - Wizkid
He is known all over Africa and he has shared stages with most international artistes like Chris Brown, Beyonce and Drake among others.
He says he is making music for the world not for only African market.
While on BBC Radio, the Nigerian artiste Wizkid ,29, said he is on international level because he has always worked to be an international artiste since the release of his first song.
"I didn't start making music to be an African star, i always wanted to be a Worldwide musician," he said.
The "Joy" hit maker also said that featuring on Beyonce's album at an early age has also helped him to be an international brand he is today.
"I performed with Beyonce at a show in South Africa, it's a big deal to be on her album. And that has always given me fame Worldwide," he added.
Wizkid rose to fame in Uganda after he produced "Don't Cry" with the Goodlyfe boys, Late Radio and Weasel.