Wizkid’s ‘Made In Lagos’ Becomes Billboard’s Longest-Charting African Album Of The Decade
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.
The singer in a recent interview revealed why he doesn’t respond to controversies surrounding his name.
Starboy revealed that only a stupid man will go around trying to prove a point. Speaking in a recent interview with ThisDay Style, the Joro crooner stated that he usually tries as much as possible to be a normal individual, because that is who everyone is at the end of the day.
The hitmaker said it is very easy for him as he is more of a private person.
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.
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