Another professional milestone has been reached by Wizkid, the Nigerian Award-winning artist better known by his stage name Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun.
Waploaded said that Big Wiz became the first African artist to charge $1 million for a show at the World’s Largest Hip-Hop Festival, Rolling Loud, to be the headliner of a daytime.
Starboy’s MIL has received a tremendous amount of attention and support from fans around the world, particularly from those in the United States. The result of the Made in Lagos initiative can be seen on the festival billboards all over the place.
In the United States, Wizkid’s Made In Lagos album has set and broken new marks.
The album has now sold 425,000 copies in the United States, making it the first African album to do so.
Essence featuring Tems has gone double platinum in the same country as the other singles, selling over 100,000 copies.
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Afrobeat artist Made In Lagos is keeping the Afrobeat movement alive while we wait for his upcoming album. Big Wiz and the whole of Africa deserve our congratulations.
Wizkid has also indicated that the album’s title will be changed, indicating that he is already making modifications to his upcoming album.
The “More Love, Less Ego” singer just revealed on his Instagram account that the album’s title will be modified.
In an interview, the artist did not reveal why he changed his mind or what the name of his next album will be. According to reports, he hasn’t given an exact release date for his new project.