Multiple award winning singer and songwriter, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun popularly known as Wizkid have opened up on the main reason why he named his much anticipated album ‘Made In Lagos’.
‘Made In Lagos‘ is one of the most anticipated album in world music as
Wizkid have been giving fans and lovers of music hints about the new masterpiece
that he had took years to blend together.
Wizkid’s initial plan to release the album was disrupted by the EndSars movement
going round the country and the award winning singer and songwriter had to wait
till Thursday, October 29, before he dished out the new album.
‘Made In Lagos‘ is a 14-track album which features Burna Boy, Damien Marley, H.E.R., Ella Mai, Terri, and Adele’s new beau Skepta.
WizKid, who was featured on Queen Bey’s visual album Black Is King on the song
“Brown Skin Girl,” dedicated the new album to the citizens of Nigeria but
many did not know why he choosed to name it ‘Made In Lagos’.
The ‘No Stress’ crooner during a Twitter question and answer segment with
fans have now opened up on why he choosed to give his album
a name that has to do with Lagos.
When questioned about his choice of name, Wizkid noted that Lagos means everything to him and that was why he choosed the name ‘Made In Lagos’.
See his answer below:
‘Made In Lagos’ have been well received by fans and lovers of good music on all streaming platforms and it won’t be a surprise if it’s break Records.