- Nigeria’s Wizkid came fully prepared for his fans as he kicked off the first leg of his MIL concerts in the UK
- A video making the rounds online captured the Grammy-nominated singer’s dramatic entrance at the venue of the concert
- Fans on social media were more than impressed at the level of creativity and premium entertainment that the singer treated the audience to
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Nigerian singer Ayodeji Balogun aka Wizkid shook London to the core on Sunday, November 28, as he kicked off the first leg of his Made in Lagos (MIL) concert in the country.
The singer who has been on tour over the past few weeks took things to an entirely different level at his sold-out show which went down at the popular O2 Arena.
Activities for the night fully kicked off when the Ojuelegba crooner made a grand and dramatic entrance in the fully packed arena.
A floating square-shaped object hovered in the air for some seconds before the singer emerged from the lower part of the stage and stopped mid-air.
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Wizkid was spotted on a square-shaped platform that was surrounded by well-lit candles just like his music video for Joro.
As the audience went wild with excitement, the singer kicked off the show with a charged performance of Joro.
Watch the video below:
"See me smiling like mumuI’m so happy Super proud to be a fan of Wizkid."
"Only1MACHALA! African Michael Jackson."
"He delivered what we asked for!❤️This is massive!!! The love is hugeee!!! Na! AYO killed this!! I bleed wizfc till I die bro."
"History made right before our eyes."
"If I see wizkidAyo Omo I fit propose am ooo, the way him love they flow for my heart eh."
Wizkid invites Chris Brown on stage at London show
In a related story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Wizkid pleasantly surprised his fans during his concert in London.
Midway into his performance, the singer sent the audience wild with excitement as he invited American superstar Chris Brown on stage.
Music stars Tems, Buju, Skepta among others also made performed at the MIL concert.
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