Destiny has a way of locating a man even when in his lowest ebb. In the same regard, the assertion that “first impression is important” is quite true, as Wizkid proved his worth as a musician with this album. His life story and subsequent venture into the world of music were filled with sad tales, ranging from his ghetto upbringing through his different struggles, before his foray into the music industry – Superstar is the debut/first studio album by Nigerian singer extraordinaire, Wizkid. Released on June 12, 2011, the 17-track album was solely written by the singer with few inputs by notable acts, including Oluwabankole Wellington (Banky W), and Charles Enebeli. The album also featured other artists in the Nigerian music industry, such as Wande Coal, D’Prince, Banky W, and Skales. It’s worth mentioning that the album, “Superstar” was released by Empire Mates Entertainment (EME), a record label owned by Oluwabankole Wellington (Banky W). That informed the prominence of EME acts like Samklef, E-Kelly, Masterkraft, Jay Sleek, DJ Klem, Q-Beats, Vebee, and Shizzi (producers of the album). It also went on to become the second most anticipated album released by a Nigerian artist in 2011. At the time of its release (2011), the album ranked as the second most-selling music album on Nigeria’s foremost multimedia platform, NotJustOk.