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Wizkid set to headline Rolling Loud Concert

Award-winning Afrobeats superstar Wizkid is set to headline the 2023 Rolling Loud Concert, and the news created a buzz on social media. The 2023 Rolling loud concert is scheduled to be held in Germany and will run from July 7 to July 9, 2023. Wizkid will thrill the crowd on the first day, July 7 as the headliner. The ‘Essence’ crooner will be joined by Afrobeats stars like ‘Fireboy DML,’ and ‘Ayra Starr,’ and international stars like ‘Soulja Boy,’ ‘Layla,’ and others.

Rolling Loud is an international hip-hop music festival held every year in the United States, Europe, Australia, and Canada, and it features different global artistes on its stage. For the Germany concert, international artistes like ‘Kodak Black,’ ‘Kendrick Lamar,’ ‘Travis Scott,’ ‘Lil Uzi Vert,’ ‘Mariah The Scientist,’ ‘Joey Bada$$’ and others are expected to perform. International fans are looking forward to Wizkid’s performance at the Rolling Loud concert, and it’s not the first time the artiste will be gracing the Rolling Loud stage. Wizkid is not relenting in serving his fans well, and collaborating with international artistes, it is evident in his recent feature on Don Toliver’s song ‘Slow Motion.’

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