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Nigerian Singer, Wizkid To Headline ‘Star Boy Festival’ At O2 Arena

Wizkid, Nigerian Afropop singer, has more on his hands aside ‘Made in Lagos,’ his forthcoming album, as the singer will headline his own music festival in London.

Dubbed ‘Star Boy festival’, the concert will be staged at the 20,000-capacity O2 arena on October 19, 2018.

The ‘Soco’ crooner, who took to his Instagram page to announce the festival on Wednesday, is yet to disclose other music acts he intends to feature at the festival.

StarBoy added that fans are to register on a web-based platform to access tickets for the show on a priority basis.

“LONDON! Starboy Fest back! wow!,” the ‘Fever’ singer wrote.

The ‘Ojuelegba’ singer recently set crowd agog while performing ‘Come Closer,’ alongside Drake, Grammy award-winning artiste, at the iconic arena.

In 2017, Wizkid also sold-out the multi-purpose indoor arena while thrilling audience to an epic performance.

On the singer’s collaborative works, Skepta, UK grime rapper, featured Wizkid together with Larry Z, on ‘Glow in the Dark’ a soundtrack included in his latest album ‘Ignorance is Bliss’.

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