Portable Zazu, a polarizing figure in the music industry, has recently released a song with a strong message directed at the organizers of the prestigious Headies Awards. In the song, Portable Zazu clarifies that he no longer aspires to win a Headies Award, stating that he has already outgrown it. The Zazu crooner even compares himself to the legendary rapper Tupac Shakur, who has never won a Grammy Award despite his undeniable influence.
Portable Zazu, a famous street pop singer, has voiced his disappointment at being excluded from this year’s Headies Award. In response, he recently released a new song in which he sends a message to the award’s organizers. Despite being nominated in two categories for the 2022 Headies Award, Portable was later disqualified. The artist boasts about his success in his new song, saying he is bigger than the award itself.
Through his latest song, Portable expressed that he values artistic expression and creativity over worldly pursuits such as awards. He drew inspiration from the legendary Tupac Shakur, who remains iconic in the music industry despite not winning a Grammy Award. The line from the song reflects the importance of staying true to one’s values and beliefs.
“IKA OF AFRICA I’m bigger than the headies you dey whine ZAZUU Oshima Gba Grammy.”
According to media reports, Portable seems to regret his actions that led to his exclusion from this year’s Headies. He took responsibility for his failure and mentioned that the people he depended on also let him down. Portable is the owner of the Zeh Nation label.
“At the end of the day it was only God that stayed others were just cappin 99 Advisers 1 helper,”