wizkid is back at it again as he makes headline once more

It’s the Wizkid takeover as the international superstar made history last night when he sold out the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London and he is the first Nigerian artist to do so. a scheme that helps young world class artistes who haven’t headlined the venue before to have a shot. The capacity crowd had to wait for almost two hours before he took the stage, causing some fans to wonder why Nigerian artistes never seem to be on time, even on a historic night such as this, but after that everything else was history

Wizkid shut it down through his one-hour set, starting the night with songs from when he was with EME to his ascension as Africa’s number one artiste. He also brought out Wande Coal to share the moment with him.

The show was broadcast live on his official Facebook page and when he performed Ojuelegba, the hall went wild and as expected, there was no way he was going to leave without giving an encore.

 What’s inspiring is that the hall was filled with over 5000 guests featuring an array of different races, which shows that the power of music transcends race and culture!

As he closed, he told the audience that his next move is to sell out the O2 Arena next year and after him making history yesterday, selling out the O2 arena is a possibility.

. He had to perform ojuelegba  twice when his fans asked for it. Although when he performed Come Closer, Drake was (again) a no show but who cared; Starboy had come to show he’s the world’s gift from Nigeria