Afrobeats singer and songwriter Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, takes to his social media page to reveal how emotional he was on stage at his recently successful concert in Chicago.
The Grammy winning singer arrived in Chicago after previously hosting consecutive concerts in some famous cities in the United States of America as part of his much awaited Made In Lagos tour. Wizkid made sure to bring his energetic presence on stage as he did on his previous shows, which brings excitement to his fans.
The self-acclaimed Starboy feeling emotional took to his Instagram page to share a short video of the memorable moments, then stating how he loves the people of Chicago who came through for him.
Wizkid captioned the post, in his words: "Chicago! Last night was emotional! Love you! (Black and red heart with two eagles emoji)"
The 31-year-old singer who has been praised for producing what is tagged as the song of the summer (Essence ft Tems), is well-known for always getting his audience to feel his energetic presence on stage, no surprise his recent concert was filled with fans singing at the top of their voice throughout his stay on stage.
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