AFRICAN ALL STARS: Wizkid, Afro B accept Didier Drogba’s music video proposal

AFRICAN ALL STARS: Wizkid, Afro B accept Didier Drogba’s music video proposal

The football icon is ready to go on the screen alongside one of Africa’s most celebrated music artistes for a track named after him.

The Chelsea legend is set to make a debut in a music video.

Afrobeat artistes Wizkid and Afro B have agreed to have two-time African Footballer of the Year Didier Drogba on set for the video of the song – Drogba [Joanna].

Earlier this year, Afro B, a London-based Ivorian artiste, released the tune with its unique dance , however, a remix with the Starboy record label leader, Wizkid has boosted its reception.

AFRICAN ALL STARS- Wizkid, Afro B accept Didier Drogba’s music video proposal

The remix has received massive airplay across Africa and recently, hit a milestone on an online music streaming platform in less than a week.

Aware of how viral the song has gone across the world, Drogba suggested for a video alongside the duo.

Wizkid’s reponse was simple and affirmative.

Meanwhile, Emmanuel Amuneke and Ivory Coast legend, Didier Drogba have been picked by FIFA  as members of one of the two panels to shortlist candidates for Men’s Footballers and Coaches of the year for the 2017/18 season.

The football governing body also announced another panel that will do the shortlist for Women’s players and Coaches for the season.

The 47-year-old Amuneke and former coach of the Sudanese club, Al Khartoum SC, represented in 1994 World in USA.

As a winger, he played for great clubs, such as Barcelona, Sporting CP, Zamalek.

The Best FIFA Football Awards is the premier annual awards celebration by football’s world governing body.

The men’s panel also include Brazilian legend, Ronaldo, Fabio Capello and Frank Lampard, while stars Mia Hamm, Sun Wen and Maia Jackman form part of the women’s panel.

The judges will shortlist ten candidates for each category, which will be unveiled on 23 July 2018 – with a public vote opening on the same day.

Football fans, national team captains, head coaches and more than 200 media representatives will then cast their votes to decide who will be crowned the best players and coaches in the men’s and women’s games from last season.

At last year’s awards, Cristiano Ronaldo picked up the Best Men’s Player Award, the Netherlands’ Lieke Martens was crowned Best Women’s Player, French icon Zinédine Zidane was named Best Men’s Coach and the Netherlands’ Sarina Wiegman was Best Women’s Coach.

Separate panels will shortlist candidates for the Best FIFA Goalkeeper Award, the FIFA Puskás Award and the FIFA Fan Award, with the winner of the Best FIFA Goalkeeper Award chosen by a panel of FIFA legends.

In recognition and celebration of the essential role played by football fans in the game, the FIFA Fan Award, an appreciation of memorable moments created by fans, is voted for by supporters.

The FIFA Puskás Award, handed out to the player judged to have scored the best goal of the year, is also determined by fans’ votes.

The voting process for the men and women’s awards will open on 23 July and close on 10 August.

FIFA will announce the final lists of the three nominees for each of the four categories listed above – as well as for the FIFA Puskás Award, the FIFA Fan Award and the Best FIFA Goalkeeper Award – in September.

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