Wizkid, the Grammy award-winning singer, dazzled music lovers during his concert at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York on Wednesday night.
The music star delivered a live rendition of some of his hit songs — mostly from his fifth album titled ‘More Love, Less Ego’.
The ‘Fever’ crooner had earlier shared several billboards showing off the sold-out status of the 20,000-capacity venue.
The singer now joins the likes of Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Adele, Rihanna, Jay-Z, Justin Bieber, and Mariah Carey who have sold out the famous arena.
Wizkid also becomes the second Nigerian singer to headline a concert at the venue after Burna Boy achieved the feat in April.
Watch videos from the concert below:
— WIZKID GALLERY (@WizkidGallery) November 17, 2022
Wizkid performing the best song on More Love Less Ego “Frames” at Madison Square Garden 🔥Advertisement
— BASITO (@itzbasito) November 17, 2022
wizkid a certified global superstar pic.twitter.com/k3aXyP7pIv
— jordan (@jrosethereturn) November 17, 2022Advertisement
— 🌜🌕Zurigrea🌕🌛 ˈɡädəs (@naturalchalklit) November 17, 2022
Nah. This is more than lit 🔥. MSG @TheGarden is beautiful!!!
— Akanni Of Lagos 🐺 (@2muchAkanni) November 17, 2022
Wizkid released his fifth album on November 11 — after several weeks of teasing.
The 13-track project features several international and Nigerian music stars including Skepta, Ayra Starr, Naira Marley, Skillibeng, Sheen Sea, and Don Toliver.
The singer’s four other studio albums include ‘Superstar’ (2011), ‘Ayo’ (2014), ‘Sounds From The Other Side’ (2017), and ‘Made In Lagos’ (2020).
‘Made In Lagos’ got two nominations at the 2022 edition of the Grammy Awards.
The ‘Reckless’ crooner also bagged five awards out of ten nominations at the 2022 Headies.
Wizkid is set to tour North America in 2023 for his new album.
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