#MadeInLagos: Repetition of Lines and unappealing tune overshadowed the Album- Fan revealed.
A fan from WizkidFc ain't happy with the Tune their Coach, Wizkid just released. He labeled it has unappealing and furbished with repetitive tunes.
Ever since the release of Wizkid's most anticipated Album, MADE IN LAGOS, fans from across board have been sharing their thoughts about the Album and the songs in it.
After two years of promoting Made In Lagos, Wizkid finally released the Album on 30th of October 2020.
There was indeed diverse thoughts from fans as to the layout and performance of the songs in the album.
An observant made it known under Instablog tweet section that, Wizkid is fond of repetitive line and unappealing tunes.
Ayo Balogun, father of three, fondly called Wizkid has released his much anticipated studio work titled, MADE IN LAGOS.
He broke the news on his official Instagram page as it amassed over 9,000 comments in just 23 minutes of publication.
Checkout some other reactions below;
Wizkid has however successfully given us no club banger unlike FEM!
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