Wizkid Made In Lagos Album Will Flop Because Of The Following Reasons (Opinion)
By Olusam | self meida writer
Published 9 months ago - 681 views
Wizkid Made In Lagos Album Will Flop Because Of The Following Reasons if proper planing is not done.
Ayodeji Balogun popularly known as Wizkid promise to drop his anticipated 'made in Lagos album' with so many featured artiste on the album.
Wizkid as had to cancel a lot of shows due to the pandemic currently ravaging the world.
He won't be able to host an album listening party , go out on album world tours, hosting several shows.
Wizkid streaming numbers is weak at the moment compared to Davido and Burnaboy, ha hasn't been dropping songs . Although thats to reason why this album is needed to skyrocket all available streaming numbers.
With over 1.24 million subscribers on YouTube , he doesn't have a 100 million single video views in the platform.
Fans are waiting anxiously for July 16, Wizkid's birthday and the date the album will drop. The long wait is almost over.
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