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Wizkid Was paid 2.3 Billion For one Show

One of the most exciting reports for Nigerian fans of Wizkid musicians included a report by the organizers of the Rolling Loud festival, who informed the public that they paid the artist less than $1 million, which is more than $2.3 billion in Tanzania, to perform as one of the candlesticks artists at a concert to be held in Toronto Canada in early September 2022 years.

Rolling Loud has announced its first ever festival, which will take place in Canada on Tuesday, April 26. And Ontario Place in downtown Toronto, the main “headliners” of the singers are Dave, Future and Wizkid.


A lot of communication with various stakeholders of African music through social networks is dedicated to the successful journey of the musician Wizkid, which has now put him in the top of the highest paid artists at various concerts, while the big Rolling Loud.

The festival brought him more than 2.3 billion local shillings in salary, while the amount of money is said to be equivalent to other great stars from the United States, including Future and Travis Scott.

Despite having a stellar list, fans who attend the festival will have the opportunity to witness other violent performances such as Lil Yari Vert, Migos, Skepta, Central and the bright Afrobeats Rema.

The continuation of the festival in other areas will lead to other stars succeeding at the World Music Factory, including Ye, Future and Kendrick Lamar will be mentioned as headliners on July 22-24.

Putting him next YE, Future and Kendrick Lamar a week ago announced the release of their new albums, which are expected from the dates organized by the continuation of the concert.

The upcoming album β€˜I Never Liked you’ will be released on April 29, and Lamar’s long-awaited album ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” will be released by May 13.