Nigerian rapper Xavier releases anti-clout track ‘No Service’: Listen

“There’s going to come a day when the people who wouldn’t answer my calls or emails need to reach me, and when that day comes I’ll tell them I have no service.”

Xavier, one of our favourite new artists, recently released a new track called, ‘No Service’. Allowing us all to delve into his life a little more, he only shares that he lives like the secret service, and most happily, he will not diss a legend for fame. As of late, there have been no-holds-barred attempts which newer or younger entertainers use for clout. Not this one, he’s not going to lean on those tactics to pattern his success. Here’s the well-produced Don Alfonso track by the Southern California-based Nigerian artist, Xavier.


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