Globally adored music superstar WizKid made his Royal Albert Hall debut in 2017 as part of the Albert Sessions.
In 2016, this young Nigerian-born singer achieved global prominence when he collaborated with Drake on One Dance, which reached number one in 15 countries. He picked up a staggering number of accolades including Soundcity MVP ARTISTE OF THE YEAR, and a huge seven nominations at the Billboard Music Awards 2017.
Wizkid rolling up to the Royal Albert Hall ahead of this evening's historic performance ~ Stream starts at 7:30 BST https://t.co/yg8ogT3b8N pic.twitter.com/LmaW3HrKML
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His irresistible musical style, which combines rhythms from Afro-Beat, reggae, hip-hop and dance hall, speaks to WizKid’s vision of 21st century youth culture where ‘all the music of the world is coming together’.
9/29: Wizkid (@wizkidayo) backstage at Royal Albert Hall before the show. pic.twitter.com/GEOehiE5FW
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Alongside his Albert Session performance, WizKid will be working with the Hall’s Education & Outreach team to offer an exclusive experience for a group of young people.
WATCH THE HIGHLIGHT OF HIS PERFORMANCE, AS HE PERFORMED ‘OJUELEGBA’:
. @Wizkidayo: Time for the national anthem a.k.a 'Ojuelegba'!
Venue: Royal Albert Hall, London.
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