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Wizkid shuts down Tottenham Hotspur stadium with ‘more love less ego’ concert

Nigerian Afrobeat star, Wizkid’s entrance at his “More Love Less Ego” concert held at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium in London on Saturday, July 29, 2023, has left fans in awe and generated significant buzz among fun lovers.

The Soco crooner’s grand and spectacular entrance became a topic of continuous discussion and fascination among his admirers.

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The historic event marked a milestone for African music, as Wizkid became the first and only African artist to headline and perform at the prestigious Spurs stadium in London. The concert has undoubtedly cemented his status as a trailblazer and an influential figure in the global music industry, leaving a lasting impression on both his fans and the music world as a whole.

Making a stunning entrance with his hit song Reckless off the unforgettable and Grammy-nominated ‘Made In Lagos’ album, the crowd could not hide their excitement as he graced the stage.

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As expected, multi-platinum-selling Bigwiz – as he calls himself in recent times – who is one of the most celebrated African musicians of all time, effortlessly delivered a sonorous blend of R&B and Hip-hop with Afrobeat, causing the cross-continental blend of the crowd to cheer him on as they roared with satisfaction.

Meanwhile, mixed reactions have continued to trail the historical concert as Davido and Burnaboy’s fans claim the concert was not a sold-out one as is being reported.

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