Fans of Nigerian Singer, Wizkid who are eager to their fave’s performance at the NPR Tiny Desk concert are going to be disappointed as the singer canceled his performance.
On February 10, 2021, NPR announced that Starboy Entertainment Boss, Wizkid canceled his scheduled Tiny Desk Concert.
The RCA UK act had been scheduled to commemorate Black History Month with his performance, fresh of releasing his impactful album, Made In Lagos.
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In the statement, NPR wrote that, “Due to the recently imposed Covid-related travel restrictions to/from the UK, Wizkid regrettably had to cancel his participation in the Tiny Desk Black History Month celebration. Wizkid apologizes to NPR, his fans and looks forward to performing on Tiny Desk soon.”
The singer was supposed to perform alongside international acts like Meshell Ndegeocello, Kirk Franklin, 2 Chainz, Giveon, KeiyaA, Sampa The Great, Melanie Charles, Bartees Strange, Wynton Marsalis, Rick Ross, Immanuel Wilkins, Rae Khalil, and Davido. The virtual event kicked off on 2nd February 2021.