Wizkid teases fans about his 2023 upcoming project
Wizkid informed fans about his next 2023 body of work.
The singer discloses his forthcoming 2023 project to fans.
Nigerian Afrobeat superstar Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, has given fans a glimpse inside his upcoming project following the successful release of the visualizer for ‘Flower Pads.‘
With the successful release of the video visualizer for “Flower Pads,” a song from his fifth studio album “More Love Less Ego,” Wizkid opened up about his next plans for the year 2023. Fans could just be getting the best from Wizkid in 2023.
In a post on his social media platform, Big Wiz confirmed that he will be releasing the music video for the popular song “Money & Love” off his fifth studio album “More Love Less Ego.”
Although the singer did not provide a specific release date, he did let fans know that in addition to his planned global tour, he will be working on other projects in 2023.
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In other news, Wizkid fans were heartbroken on Wednesday night when the artist revealed the postponement of his highly anticipated ‘More Love, Less Ego‘ tour.
According to a statement on Wizkid’s official Twitter account, “unforeseen logistical challenges” were the reason given for the delay.
There was a lot of anticipation for the tour, which was set to get off on March 3 with a concert at the Houston Toyota Center.
The tour was also scheduled to stop in Dallas, Orlando, Brooklyn, Detroit, Chicago, Miami, and Atlanta in addition to Houston.
Any tickets purchased for the originally scheduled shows will be honoured on the rearranged dates at the proper venues, Wizkid tweeted to his followers.
Big Wiz said that the supporters will be informed of the new date for the performance, which has been moved to the fall, and that those who had already bought tickets would be allowed to use them.
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