[STREAM] Stormzy Praises Wizkid for New Album, More Love Less Ego

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[STREAM] Stormzy Praises Wizkid for New Album, More Love Less Ego

Wizkid just released his new album, ‘More Love Less Ego’ at midnight on November 11.

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Last month, the Nigerian artist dropped the “Money & Love” track as well as a video ahead of his new album. “Money & Love” is the first song of his highly anticipated, More love, less ego album, and came as no surprise when the song debuted at number one on the iTunes Top 100 Songs for Nigeria.

Less than 24 hours after dropping the album, Stormzy rushed to Instagram to send a shoutout praising the Nigerian Afrobeats artist for the album. Also praising WIzkid’s previous album, “…Made in Lagos was the soundtrack for 2020/2021 and you’ve done it again”

[STREAM] Stormzy Praises Wizkid for New Album, More Love Less Ego

 

The album was initially scheduled for release on Nov 4th. However, the artist changed the date following the series of sad incidents that happened including the deaths of the child of fellow Nigerian artist, Davido.

The More Love Less Ego album has 13 tracks and features a number of artists including Skepta, Naira Marley, Don Toliver, Skillibeng, Shenseea, and Ayra Starr.

More Love, Less Ego Tracklist

1. Money & Love
2. Balance
3. Bad To Me
4. 2 Sugar (feat. Ayra Starr)
5. Everyday
6. Slip N Slide (feat. Skillibeng & Shenseea)
7. Deep
8. Flower Pads
9. Wow (feat. Skepta & Naira Marley)
10. Pressure
11. Plenty Loving
12. Special (feat. Don Toliver)
13. Frames (Who’s Gonna Know)

Stream the album on Spotify here.

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