After scoring a placement on DJ Khaled’s 13th studio album, God Did, alongside compatriots Skillibeng, Bounty Killer, Capleton and Sizzla, veteran Jamaican crooner Buju Banton has secured another high-profile collaboration.
The Til Shiloh vocalist has nabbed a coveted spot on Nigerian Afrobeat superstar Wizkid’s forthcoming album “More Love, Less Ego” with a feature on the track “Spirit.”
Initially slated for release this Friday, November 4, as indicated by Apple Music, the 14-track compilation has been pushed back with a revised date of November 14, 2022.
The Nigerian Grammy Award-winning singer did not provide a rationale for the move, nor did he announce it publicly. Fans have, however, suggested that the move was to grieve with fellow singer, Davido on the death of his son, Ifeanyi.
Wizkid, given name Ayo Balogun, “More Love Less Ego” tracklist, has guest appearances courtesy of Ayra Starr, Flames, Ty Dolla Sign, Naira Marley, Skepta, and Travis Scott.
A prominent figure in the modern-day Afrobeats music scene, Wizkid is regarded as one of the biggest and most influential African artists of all time.