Superstar Wizkid has cancelled his appearance at the Tiny Desk concert due to the novel coronavirus.
The singer was expected to perform at the concert in honour of Black History month.
The Tiny Desk team has now released an official statement telling fans that the superstar will not be giving a performance at the Tiny Desk Concert for Black History Month due to the recently imposed Covid-related travel restrictions to/from the UK.
The statement added that starboy regrettably that to cancel his participation in the celebration and that he apologizes to NPR, his fans and looks forward to performing on Tiny Desk soon.
The singer’s latest project “Made In Lagos” has been named the longest-charting African album of the decade.
The singer’s manager Jada P shared the exciting news on social media and revealed that the project spent 13 weeks on the Billboard chart to achieve this feat.
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Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter.
One of Africa’s biggest artistes, Wizkid is the most decorated African artist internationally, and one of the most revolutionary Afro-pop artistes of the modern era.
Tiny Desk Concerts is a video series of live concerts hosted by NPR Music at the desk of All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen in Washington, D.C.