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  • Updated: December 27, 2022

I Didn’t Know ‘KU LO SA’ Would Change My Life — Oxlade [Video]

I Didn’t Know ‘KU LO SA’ Would Change My Life — Oxla


Nigerian singer Oxlade has said that he didn’t think his buzzing single ‘KU LO SA’ would be a life-changing song for him.

On the ‘On The Radar’ Radio, Oxlade mentioned that ‘KU LO SA’ was not initially meant to be a song but was only supposed to be a performance on the ‘Colors’ show.

According to him, the song started getting so big that he could not release any other songs at the time.


“I didn’t think it was ‘KULOSA. If there was gonna be a song that would change my life, I didn’t think it will be ‘KU LO SA’. I had other songs I was more sure about.

“KU LO SA was not meant to be a song at all.

"It was just meant to be a Colors performance and that was it.

"I was meant to drop another song like two weeks after the Colors edition.

“The song just started getting bigger and bigger and we couldn’t drop anything again,” he said.

Oxlade added that the success of ‘KU LO SA’ has made him hungrier for more success.

“That song just increased my taste bud. I’m more hungry for more greatness. Let’s see what 2023 has to offer.”

He also mentioned that it is impossible for anyone to know a life-changing song.

According to him, ‘KU LO Sa’ was just another song but God decided to show off with it.

“Nobody knows the life-changing song.

"We artistes dropping music, we don’t know the life-changing songs.

‘KU LO SA’ was just another song for me but God decided to show off.

"That’s what I can say about that record.

“I feel like God decided to show off. My hard work just started paying off all of a sudden.

"I went from underrated to the hardest thing.”


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