Wizkid‘s fourth studio album ‘Made In Lagos’ has been listed among British Vogue’s 12 best albums of the year.
The 14-track album, released on October 30, joined the likes of Beyonce’s ‘Black is King,’ Jay Electronica’s ‘Act II: The Patents of Nobility,’ Moses Sumney’s ‘Græ’ and ‘Fetch The Bolt Cutters’ by Fiona Apple on the list.
The ‘MIL’ album which received massive applause from music lovers across the world features an incredible group of chart-topping artists from the Black diaspora, including Burna Boy, Skepta, Damian Marley, H.E.R and Ella Mai.
British Vogue wrote of Wizkid’s ‘Made In Lagos’ album:
“Was there another record this year that was quite so addictive? For his fourth album, WizKid united musicians from across the Black diaspora – in Africa, the Caribbean, the UK, and the US – blending their work into a sumptuous stew that incorporated Afrobeats, R&B, reggae, and more.
The resulting tracks never seem to wear no matter how many times you replay them. This is pop at its absolute finest, and in this golden age for global music, WizKid wants you to remember that it is African, Nigerian-born.”