Heavyweight Nigerian recording artiste, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, widely known by his stage name, Wizkid has confirmed the official release date of his album, ‘More Love, Less Ego’.
The Grammy award-winning singer has taken to his official social media page to announce the completion and the official release date for his 5th studio album, ‘More Love, Less Ego’.
The upcoming project comes after the huge success of his previous star-studded studio album, Made In Lagos’ which has been doing impressive numbers on streaming platforms and has also chalked global records and certifications.
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With two singles, ‘Bad To Me’ and ‘Money & Love’ off the album on the airwaves and music charts, Starboy Entertainment has confirmed via a post on his verified Facebook page that, the album will arrive on Friday, November 4, 2022.
This comes after American digital media company, Genius, in charge of Genius Lyrics revealed the official tracklist of the album which features Lauryn Hill, Ayra Starr, Naira Marley, Travis Scott, Don Toliver, and Buju Banton. See the tracklist below.
MEANWHILE: Nigerian star and Mavin Records prodigy, Divine Ikubor, better known within the showbiz space as Rema contributed to the soundtrack of the iconic movie.
The award-winning recording and performing artiste has taken to his official social media pages to share a snippet of his contribution to the upcoming ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ movie.
Rema who had had an amazing year continues to hit global milestones with his talent and this time his voice was featured in the trailer of the sequel of the Marvel Studio’s iconic movie, which will be released on Friday, November 11, 2022.
Other acts who have contributed to the soundtrack include BET award winner, Tems and Ghanaian songstress Amaarae. Sharing the clip on his verified Instagram page, Rema wrote: “my voice on the Black Panther trailer, wow I’m speechless! Big ups everyone who took part in making this happen, Wakanda Forever! ✊🏾🖤 @marvelstudios @shanechubbz”.