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VIDEO: Is Wande Coal’s Music Career Really Over? #FactsOnly with Osagie Alonge

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I watched this feature by Osagie Alonge and I wondered why Wande Coal was even a topic. I guess it bolsters Osagie’s argument that Wande Coal’s career may well be over. I haven’t seen much from Wande Coal, making it very hard to keep him at the forefront of my mind.

Watch and tell me your thoughts. Do you agree? Is Wande Coal’s career really over?

-Ms. Uduak

-Ms. Uduak

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1 Comment

  1. Gbemi007 says:

    Even if Wande Coal only released "Baby Hello" last year, it was still one of the Top 10 songs released in 2014. He complimented it with a good video, too. Osagie should keep quiet until he releases his own hit song.

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