Wizkid, the award-winning Nigerian singer, has postponed his much anticipated ‘More Love, Less Ego (MLLE)’  tour. 


The tour was scheduled to run from March 3 to April 7 with a stop at 20 cities in the US and Canada.

But on Thursday, the ‘Ojuelegba’ crooner took to his social media handles to announce the tour postponement.

He said the development was due to some “unforeseen logistical circumstances.”


Although Wizkid did not give details on the new dates, the singer said the tour has been rescheduled to the fall season — which is from September to December 2023.

The musician added that the tickets purchased will still remain valid for the new dates at the respective venues.

“Due to unforeseen logistical circumstances the Wizkid – More Love, Less Ego Tour has been postponed to Fall 2023. All tickets purchased for the originally scheduled shows will be honored on the new dates at the respective venues. Stay tuned for more information,” the statement reads.


The ‘MLLE’ North American tour had earlier been scheduled to start today, after Wizkid announced the 20-city tour named after his fifth album on November 16.


Wizkid released his fifth album on November 11 after several weeks of teasing.

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.

In January, the singer revealed he will be going on a tour with Davido.


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