Wizkid's Made in Lagos Breaks Another Record After Spending 13 Weeks on Billboard
By DalotGist | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 1384 views
Nigerian superstar Ayo Balogun, professionally known as Wizkid has broken another with his Album, Made in Lagos.
The album released Made in Lagos which recently broke a record on US iTunes has again breaks another record that has stand for Decade.
Made in Lagos is the fourth studio (and second major label) album by the Nigerian singer and songwriter Wizkid.
The anticipated album was released on October 30, 2020, by Starboy Entertainment and RCA Records.
A month after he released the album, Made In Lagos album gained over 181 million streams on all streaming platforms across board.
Billboard has reveals the New Record Wizkid's Made in Lagos just made. Wizkid's MadeInLagos has spent 13 Weeks on the Billboard World Album therefore becoming the longest Charting Nigerian Album this Decade.
No Billboard was spotted in the US, Zero PR in the US, Wizkid last entered the US 3 years ago.
Wizkid Made In Lagos Week 13 on BB World Album Chart is Longest charting African album this decade.
Good Music will always WIN, Congratulations to Wizkid on this win.
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