A Peep at Wizkid ‘More Love, Less Ego’

A Peep at ‘More Love, Less Ego’ Album

More Love, Less Ego’; the much anticipated fifth studio album project by the Nigerian Grammy Award-winning Afrobeat superstar singer, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, Wizkid, has been released.

More Love, Less Ego’ marks the follow-up to 2020’s Grammy-nominated Made in Lagos, which has over a billion streams and was certified gold by the RIAA.

A Review of More Love, Less Ego

The newly released 13-track album sees the Afrobeat maestro infusing a blend of Afropop, Amapiano, and R&B vibes to create a feel-good rhythm and celebrate love over money

A Peep at Wizkid ‘More Love, Less Ego’

    The Album includes features with top talented world music stars like Ayra Starr, Skepta, Naira Marley, Don Toliver, Skillibeng, and Shenseea.

    On More Love, Less Ego, the task was made smoother with producer P2J again by his side.

    Their percussive, midtempo palette makes for a rich, winning combo, and the duo leans into it here with Wizkid’s pillowy vocals and the bright, unifying themes of passion and celebration the ideal complements.

    But, as the title suggests, a more emotionally exposed artist emerges across the album’s 13 tracks.

    Speaking on the album, Wizkid said, “I feel we need more love in our communities. We need to just be good to one another and appreciate life more. So, this album title and even the music is just my way of making people feel good.”

    A Peep at ‘More Love, Less Ego’ Album
      Wizkid aka Big Whiz

      Collaborations in the Album

      The previously released songs- album intro ‘Money and Love’ and the Amapiano feel-good vibe, ‘Bad to Me’, were accompanied by melodic singles as well as incredible collaborations with Nigerian and international music superstars.

      Wizkid recruits Jamaican dancehall superstars, Skillibeng and Shenseea for ‘Slip N Slide’, calls his frequent collaborator, British-Nigerian rapper Skepta and Nigerian street-hop sensation, Naira Marley for ‘Wow’, features Afrobeats songstress, Ayra Starr in ‘2 Sugar’, and American rapper, Don Toliver in ‘Special’.

      Other songs on the album include the lovely and romantic outro ‘Frames (Who’s Gonna Know)’, Balance, Everyday, Deep, Flower Pads, Pressure, and Plenty Loving.



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