Wizkid’s ‘Made In Lagos’ listed among The Fader ‘50 Best Albums of 2020’

Wizkid set to finally Drop 4th Studio Today

Nigeria music star Wizkid has continue his good form in the music industry as he gets recognised by one of the world’s leading magazine in The Fader.

Wizkid set to finally Drop 4th Studio Today

Wizkid has been dishing out hit after hits ever since he came on board and he made sure

2020 remain one of his best year as he releases his much anticipated album ‘Made In Lagos’.

Despite the pandemic Coronavirus that rocked the whole world, ‘Made In Lagos’ was accepted

by all music lovers as Wizkid poured out his heart in releasing the masterpiece.

The album has now been recognised by the Fader as it’s listed among the 50 best albums of 2020.

Wizkid’s album was number 33 on the long list of albums released by talented singers across the whole world.

The Fader wrote concerning Wizkid’s album:

Since coming into mainstream pop’s consciousness five years ago with his show-stopping turn on Drake’s “One Dance,”
WizKid has enjoyed success without borders.

On his new album Made In Lagos, the Nigerian star is squarely in tune with his home base.

Made In Lagos is notable for how seamlessly it switches moods: tracks like “Smile” and “Essence,” featuring H.E.R. and rising Nigerian star Tems, feel like falling in love on a warm night, while “Mighty Wine” and “No Stress” evoke sweat drips and fogged up club windows.

Where WizKid’s last project, 2017’s Sounds from the Other Side, sought to court further his commercial success by way of North American pop sensibilities, Made In Lagos asks listeners to make that journey in reverse, its lush production and thoughtful, romantic lyrics helping Wiz trace a path back to the bright, bustling Nigerian capital. — SE

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