Nigerian top-notch musician, Wizkid, has confirmed the completion of his forthcoming studio album titled ‘More Love, Less Ego (MLLE).’
The superstar disclosed his official Instagram stories on Sunday night, May 22, 2022, while sharing an appreciation note for everyone who supported the creation of the album.
Wizkid also hinted at having a special show for the upcoming album, MLLE. He added that he made the project with a lot of love.
“I finished my album days ago! See you soon!! Love you all for real #MLLE,” he revealed.
“Special thanks to everyone that helped me put this together. Y’all got a special place in my heart. #MLLE,” he shared, adding that “I made this one with a lot of love. Opoju!! (It’s plenty) #MLLE.”
Giving a clue at having a special show for the album, Wizkid said; “#MLLE LA Special show.”
‘More Love, Less Ego’ compilation will serve as a follow-up to the ‘Ojuelegba’ crooner’s highly successful album, ‘Made In Lagos (MIL)’ which was released in 2020.
The Made In Lagos singer teased the completion of his album on his Instagram story on Sunday.
In his first post, he shared why this album meant a lot to him. Wizkid wrote “I made this one with a lot of love. Opoju!! (It’s plenty) #MLLE.”
He also thanked those who worked on the album with him in his next post. “Special thanks to everyone that helped me put this together. Y’all got a special place in my heart. #MLLE.”
MLLE billed to be released in the second quarter of the year, follows Wizkid’s record-breaking 2020 album Made In Lagos.
Wizkid’s fourth studio album, Made In Lagos, was released on 30 October 2020 by Starboy Entertainment and RCA Records. The 14-track album featured guest appearances from British artists Skepta and Ella Mai, American R&B singer H.E.R., Jamaican artists Projexx and Damian Marley, and Nigerian artists Burna Boy, Tay Iwar, Terri and Tems.
The album’s deluxe edition was released in 2021 and included guest appearances from Nigerian artist Buju and Canadian singer Justin Bieber.
MIL earned Wizkid his Grammy win for Best Global Song at the 2020 Grammy awards. The album also earned him a nod at the 2022 Grammy Awards for Best Global Music Album, and its hit single Essence earned him another nod for Best Global Music Performance at the award ceremony.
In October 2021, Made In Lagos recorded over one billion streams across streaming platforms globally, less than a year after its release.