WizKid has “No Stress” in new visual
The track can be found on ‘Made In Lagos.’
This past weekend, WizKid unveils his long-awaited fourth studio album Made In Lagos, which contains 14 tracks and features from Burna Boy, Skepta, Damian Marley, H.E.R., Ella Mai, Tems, and more. This week, fans get to check out a new visual from the project for the P2J-produced “No Stress,” which is definitely geared toward WizKid’s female fanbase:
“She tell me say na only me dey make her feel alright, then she tell me say na only me dey make her feel alright, after the gbege me and my baby yeah we cuddle every night, she dey ride it like a bike but in a thousand miles/
Steady while she riding and she gentle when she ride, this kind wine fit make man wan kpai, this one you show me wan dey pass my eye, when the matter burst baby girl na you go tian…/”
The visual is directed by Meji Alabi and mixes fly shots of a grilled WizKid dressed to the nines in high-end threads and jewelry with a slew of beautiful Black women, making for a cool, sensual vibe that matches perfectly with the song. Viewers even get a quasi-behind the scenes experience with WizKid performing outside of the actual sets toward the end.
Prior to Made In Lagos, WizKid made his big label introduction with Sounds From The Other Side, an A-list effort that saw 12 cuts and assists from Ty Dolla $ign, Chris Brown, Major Lazer, Trey Songz, and more. While it didn’t make it to within the top half of the Billboard 200, the album landed on several charts around the world — it even peaked at number two on Billboard’s US World Albums list. The Drake-assisted cut “Come Closer” also earned WizKid a Gold plaque.
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