According to the lineup on the upcoming deluxe version, Wizkid is likely to include basic afrobeat sound as he enlists P Prime.
The deluxe edition will include 18 tracks, including all 14 songs from the original album as well as three new songs featuring Justin Bieber: “Steady,” “Anoti,” “Mood,” and “Essence Remix.”
On the track “Essence Remix,” the album will feature returning producers P2J and Legendary Beatz, as well as P.priime, Jae5 is rumored to be the producer of “Mood.”
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Likely a proper ‘Gbedu vibe’, like Joro or any chill afrobeat Gbedu vibe, P2J already confirmed on the track titled ‘Steady’
Wizkid has also added another date 29th November, to the O2 Arena show due to popular demand as the first show sold out in 12 minutes and added new dates to the North America tour. He also might be announcing a Lagos show soon.
It’s 3 days to‘Made in Lagos: The Deluxe.’ After months of continued success and replays, Wizkid’s magnum opus is getting an extension, and being re-released as a deluxe album.
The 14-track LP arrived at a tough moment for us, as it offered us joy after a tumultuous month of EndSARS protests and the tragedy of the Lekki-Tollgate killing.
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Since then, ‘Made In Lagos’ has proven to be a gift that keeps on giving, and the album’s quality has only improved with each passing day.
The success of the album is undeniable, and the reception all over the world is only further proof of this.
Earlier this year, the Tems– assisted track “Essence”, debuted on the US Billboard Top 100 charts and continues to clinch further to the top 50 each passing day.
Wizkid followed this up with a remix that featured Justin Bieber and alongside the release of the track, came the release date for the ‘Made In Lagos – Deluxe’, which is set to drop Friday, August 27th.