Popular singer Wizkid has dedicated his album, Made in Lagos, to the citizens of Nigeria in light of recent brutality toward #EndSARS protesters, by authorities. In a press release, Wizkid said: “It has been beautiful to see Nigerians around the world coming together to protest against police brutality.” Meanwhile, Burna Boy released a new song, 20:10:20, the day on which the Lekki Massacre occured and where 12 people protesting against the brutality of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), lost their lives.
Sony Music, 2 November 2020
This past Friday, Nigerian singer/songwriter Wizkid dropped his widely anticipated project Made in Lagos, via Starboy/ Sony Music International/RCA… Read more »
Premium Times, 30 October 2020
The release comes barely one month after he dropped the critically acclaimed ‘Real Life’ music video featuring Stormzy. Read more »
Premium Times, 3 November 2020
Wizkid’s 14 track studio album points in different directions Read more »
Wizkid Is Made in Lagos
This Day, 31 October 2020
Last Thursday, Nigerian superstar singer, WizKid, real name Ayodeji Balogun, released his latest album Made In Lagos. The 14-track album features Burna Boy, Damien Marley, H.E.R.,… Read more »
Throughout his lifetime, Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti was very vocal in criticizing the government, highlighting the ills of those in authority and speaking against the political … Read more »
A judicial panel that was established to investigate police brutality and the recent shooting deaths of unarmed protesters by soldiers in Lagos, has convened for the first time, as … Read more »
Amnesty International has accused Nigerian authorities of a cover up in the Lekki Toll Gate deaths, that occurred during the #EndSARS protests on October 20, 2020. In a … Read more »
Wizkid releases a new album, Made in Lagos.