He’s won a Grammy Award, become the most-streamed Nigerian artist in Spotify’s short history and collaborated with Beyoncé. At this point, what could possibly keep Wizkid working as hard as he does?
“The music keeps me going, honestly,” he told Rob LeDonne of FLAUNT.
“There isn’t anything I love more than making music. I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of doing it. I’ve been doing this for years. Traveling the world, doing shows, shoots, appearances, everything. So, I’m used to it.”
If anything exemplifies his desire to be great, it is the work ethic that he’s displayed over the last few years. Not only did he dominate the summer of 2021 with “Essence,” but he’s also delivered Made In Lagos and touched stages in Canada, the United States and several other countries around the world. This fall, he’s back yet again with another LP. Wizkid has shared his fifth studio album, More Love, Less Ego.
“I feel like the world just came back from a really unique time in our lives as people. Coming from that time, I feel we need more love in our communities. We need to just be good to one another and appreciate life more. So, this album title and even the music is just my own way of making people feel good,” he explained to LeDonne of FLAUNT.
Wizkid’s latest album includes contributions from Don Toliver, Naira Marley, Skepta, Shenseea, Ayra Starr and Skillibeng. It also features production from Sammy Soso and P2J. Check out the complete body of work from Wizkid below.