Wizkid was in Kenya over the weekend where he performed at the Katika Festival.
The Star boy was the headline act at the concert which witnessed a massive audience who had turned up at the Afraha Stadium to catch a view of one of the continent's biggest stars.
Wizkid took to his Instagram page on Wednesay, November 7th to appreciate the Kenyan fans for their love and support, sharing a video that captured his reception from the airport to the moment he went on stage.
The concert which witnessed a number of technical and sound difficulties did not however dampen Wizkid's performance who had an impressive set, rendering some of his hit singles like 'Soco', 'Manya', 'Fever' and 'Ojuelegba' to the delight of the fans.
Read more on the concert HERE
Wizkid continues a great year of collaborations by teaming up with Drake, Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Young Thug and more on Metro Boomin's ''Not All Heroes Wear Capes'' album.
Pulse had reported in July that Wizkid was working with international producer, Metro Boomin, who is notable for producing songs for top artistes like Drake and winning the BET Awards for Best Hip-Hop Producer in 2018 and 2017 after the duo were spotted together in the studio.
The outcome of that encounter has now been brought to light following the release of Metro Boomin's new album, ''Not All Heroes Wear Capes'' on Friday, November 2nd.
The 13 track album which features a number of guest appearances including Wizkid, who contributes to two of the songs, in 'Only You' with Offset and J Balvin, and 'Borrowed Love' alongside Swae Lee.