Wizkid shows why he’s now Africa’s biggest artiste in ‘Sweet Love’ video

Posted on March 02 2017 , at 09:39 am
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  • Wizkid said all he needs is one love as he continues to shine globally.

Sweet love, sweet love, give me more love!

Wizkid said all he needs is one love as he continues to shine globally.

The ‘Sweet Love’ music video shows the world how he dominated Africa in 2016 with massive tours across the continent.

Exclusive clips from Wizzy’s tours in countries including South Africa, Sierra Leone, Mali, Rwanda, Senegal, Cameroon, and Guinea were shown in the three-minutes visual.

The concerts were sold out, the singer and his team made more money and his buzz continues to grow rapidly.

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Several fans fainted; the lucky ones were able to take pictures with the singer, some misplaced valuable items, while others cherished the moment Wizkid spent to entertain them in their respective countries.

However, the country majority expected to see in the video, Nigeria, was MISSING.

Wizkid’s homecoming concerts, organised to take place at Eko Convention Centre on December 30, followed by a show at the New Afrika Shrine on January 1, 2017, got cancelled over the singer’s health issues.

Wizkid performing at MAMAs 2016.

While announcing the cancellation of the concerts on December 9, Wizkid tweeted: ‘I’ve been on the road for 2 years touring and doing what I love without a break and now its all catching up on me.

I hate this but my doctors have advised me to cancel the rest of my dates for this year (2016) and January 2017.’

But Wizkid later defied doctors’ orders to performance at 2016 Rhythm Unplugged on December 24.

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Meanwhile, YouTube user, MissManny Killuminatti wasn’t impressed that Wizkid’s performance in Kenya was excluded from the touching video.

She asked: ‘Wizkid why you acting like you never be to kenya and had them Nyama Choma at the Carnivore?? I saw you myself it’s not fair that my country was not featured here but we still love you.’

Also, Wizkid and Tanzania singer, Ali Kiba reportedly had a backstage feud over who would perform before the other at Chris Brown’s concert in Kenya, which the latter won.

Ali later debunked the duo’s alleged beef; saying he’s always had love for the Nigerian star.

Wizkid spent most of the months in 2016 pushing his brand globally; arriving Nigeria in the last week of December for Christmas.

He would go on to receive the Artiste of the Year awards at the Headies and MVPs respectively.

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