Wizkid’s Made In Lagos Officially Becomes Longest Running Album On Billboard World Albums Chart

Wizkid achieved this milestone with his most recent album ‘Made In Lagos’ which has now emerged as the longest-charting African album on the Billboard World Album charts on Tuesday, February 22, 2022, after spending a total of 67 weeks on the charts.

The fine album previously equaled late Afrobeat legend, Fela’s ‘The Best Of The Black President’ as the longest running album after spending a total of 45 weeks on the chart.

The father of three now owns the record outright after surpassed the existing 27-year-old record on the Billboard charts initially held by the Cesaria Evora’s album ‘Cesaria,’ who held the record with a total of 66 weeks on the charts.

In a related development, netizens recently read too much meaning into Wizkid’s decision not to attend Tems’ Livespot: A Place Called Orange Concert and hanging out with Ayra Starr instead.

Recall that Tems had a show last night at the LiveSpot event centre and apparently Wizkid was supposed to show up for her and perform Essence as they have been doing for some time now since their song broke frontiers and earned a cult status worldwide music.

However, things took a different turn when Wizkid posted Ayra Starr dancing on his IG story. Ayra Starr also reposted the clip to let her fans know fans know that Wizkid showed up for her in Ghana.

It’s against this background that netizens are trying to blur the lines between the foregoing with the unanimous thread tying all the comments saying Starboy is tired with Tems so he’s looking for solace in Ayra Starr.