14 August 2018

Africa: Vogue Magazine Affirms Wizkid Africa's Hottest Pop-Star

Photo: Vogue Magazine/Twitter
“Wizkid, currently Africa’s pop star by almost any measure, unveiled his new capsule collection with a takeover of reign in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District,” Vogue magazine.

International Fashion Magazine 'Vogue' has affirmed Wizkid as Africa's hottest pop-star.

The magazine revealed this at the inauguration of his pop shop in New York, United States.

Vogue also posted the information on its twitter handle @vogue magazine

"Wizkid- currently Africa's pop star by almost any measure, unveiled his new capsule collection with a takeover of reign in Manhattan's Meatpacking District".

The "Ojuelegba" crooner also responded through his Instagram handle @wizkidayo "Thank you Vogue"

The New York street wear shop was restyled, floor to ceiling in wizkid's image, with a glass vault inscribed with "Star Boy".

Wizkid also posted a picture of the shop on his Instagram handle.

The 28-year-old super star and Star Boy Entertainment boss has been earning lots of accolades outside the country for his talent, music and creativity. (NAN)

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