The general public might have been disappointed with the recently unlocked achievement of Wizkid.
The Star Boy as he’s fondly called, made headlines last week, haven being announced as the first African artist to headline a sold-out show at Royal Albert Hall in London.
The unstoppable global sensation, stormed the venue for an unforgettable Albert Sessions concert.
From his bulging catalogue of hit singles, Wizkid performance wows some of his 5,000+ biggest fans, for two stunning hours of music.
The Nigerian pop star, since his announcement as the first African artiste to headline the show, has become an idol in the music scene.
Not just becoming an idol, Nigerians are now likening him to legendary Fela Anikulapo Kuti.
In a new development, it appears now that Wizkid is not the first Nigerian/African to sell out the concert.
Royal Albert Hall, on Tweeter admitted misleading the public, saying they may have got that wrong.
The tweet reads; “Last week @wizkidayo became the first African artist to headline a sold out show at the Hall. Watch.
“Thanks to everyone who got in touch with names of other sold out African headliners, including Miriam Makeba. We may have got that wrong.”