- Wizkid’s last project, MIL, has scored new record months after its release
- The project has now spent a total of 13 weeks on the Billboard World Album chart
- Fans of the Nigerian superstar have celebrated the feat on the singer’s behalf
Amid heavy criticisms from a handful of fans, singer Wizkid’s fourth body of work, Made in Lagos (MIL), continues to cross new milestones and given credence to his position on putting his best into the album.
Months after the 14-track album was released, it is still breaking new records and performing impressively across different music charts.
Just recently, the album scored a new record as the longest-charting African project on the Billboard World Album chart, for the current decade.
This happened after the project spent 13 weeks on the chart.
Check out a screenshot of the chart below:
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Fans and supporters of the singer have celebrated the feat on social media. Read some comments sighted below:
"Willie Too sabi music business."
"King today, tomorrow and forever only one @wizkidayo."
"Celebrations no dey leave this side."
"Most painful part is wizzy didn’t release dis thing on time b4 Grammy norms. Uncle @recordingacademy u sha Dey see am...mk we no start another protest for una domot u better give dis album award next year or else we go comot una teeth just now."
"#more blessings lere to d world shout-out to all d fans that stood by us @wizkidayo @wizkidnews we ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ you all."
In a different story about the entertainer, Legit.ng reported that Wizkid talked about the inspiration behind his art and music in an interview with BBC.
The singer made it clear that he does not really care about attracting international appeal.
He said he does not make music with the goal of appealing to a particular type of audience.