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Wizkid & Don Jazzy

Days after Nigerian star, Wizkid was openly and internationally declared a Legend after having a sold out show at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall London, the hall has thrashed our hopes announcing that Starboy is not the first African act to have a sold out show after all.

It had been announced and even tweeted by the Royal Albert Hall that Wizkid was the first African to achieve the feat. A news that had spread like wild fire placing Wizkid on the same pedestal as the late Fela Anikulapo Kuti in the eyes of many.

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However, Africans have gone to do some findings and have reacted to the claim revealing that not one but two other Africans had a sold out shows in this same hall, even if it was decades ago.

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In reaction, music producer and Mavin boss has said that he couldn’t be less proud of Wizkid even if he wasn’t the first. “It is still a big achievement and we are proud of him” he stated adding that as a matter of fact he could still be referred to as the first male African to sell out in the hall.

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Wizkid & Don Jazzy Days after Nigerian star, Wizkid was openly and internationally declared a Legend after having a sold out show at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall London, the hall has thrashed our hopes announcing that Starboy is not the first African act to have a sold out...