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The day before, on the 16th of November (Nov. 16) Afrobeats’ superstar Wizkid shut the city of New York’s Madison Square Garden for the first time. The singer is just the second Nigerian artist to perform at the renowned arena that holds 20,000 people, following Burna Boy.

The crowd enjoyed seeing Wizkid perform a variety of old-school songs, like “Ojuelegba,” “Azonto,” “Final (Baba Nla),” “Caro,” “Soco,” and more. The singer also sang the songs of his latest album Made in Lagos and his brand new album More Love and less ego.

Busta Rhymes was at the concert and it was clear that he was happy. Following the concert the rapper met WizKid in the backstage area to hand him his flowers. The vibe, it was a different vibe. Never had that experience in this venue. Amazing job, bro. Thank you for everything.” Wizkid “Make it Clap” artist addressed Wizkid before hugging the track out.

“It’s now time for you and me to go in the kitchen to cook some delicious shit. It’s time. We’ve got all thehe famous seasoning for the entire dinner,” Busta Rhymes added by referring to a collaborative. Wizkid replied by chanting “Say Less.” Other stars in attendance were J Balvin, Myke Towers and Rich The Kid.

DJ Tunez, Wizkid’s official DJ has honored Davido during his performance on the stage of Madison Square Garden. As reported previously by HOT The 97, the singer’s three-year-old son passed away when he drowned in the swimming pool. “This one is for Davido, we love you,” DJ Tunez told the crowd while playing the Davido songs to the crowd.

This week, Wizkid dropped his 13-track fifth studio album More Love Less Ego and includes Ayra Starr Skillibeng, Shenseea, Skepta, Naira Marley, and Don Toliver. Wizkid also revealed the “More Love Less Ego Tour” which will begin March 3rd of the next calendar year, at Houston, Texas, and will conclude at the end of April in Los Angeles, California. Tickets will be available for sale on Friday, November. 18.