Recently the statistics of Wizkids new album "Made In Lagos" has been published. The statistics contents the number of views and listening around the world in the major streaming sites and apps that celebrities use to promote their music. The statistics was on Apple music, Spotify, YouTube, Audiomack and Boomplay. See statistics below;
The album has gone viral from all indications. All the streaming sites and apps are reading in millions. It has total of 181.34 milion, Wizkid recent project "Made In Lagos" was one of his most anticipated album he has ever talked of. Fans around the world waited for album for long, even though the release date was changed so many times because of the Endsars protest movement in Nigeria. Finally the album was released on October 30, 2020.
The Album features many musicians around Nigerian and beyond. Bering his fourth studio album Wizkid took time and worked on the album for long. He had British artists Skepta and Ella Mai, American R&B singer H.E.R., Jamaican artists Projexx and Damian Marley, and Nigerian artists Burna Boy, Tems, Tay Iwar and Terri all on the album. We all know wizkid for releasing good music and indeed his new album had good musics in it.
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