Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, popularly known as Wizkid, an award-winning Nigerian singer, has announced plans to perform at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
The singer made the announcement at the end of a three-day run at London’s O2 Arena.
Wizkid revealed in August that he sold out the 20,000-person O2 Arena in 12 minutes before his recent show.
Following the conclusion of the acclaimed concert on Wednesday, the ‘Essence’ singer discussed plans to replicate a similar feat at Madison Square Garden.
“America I am coming back, New York Madison Square Garden 20,000 people. Star boy s**t and we are going to sell that s**t out in two seconds,” he said.
He did not, however, provide any information about the show’s date.
Madison Square Garden, also known simply as The Garden, is New York’s most recognizable and oldest major sporting venue.
It is divided into sections for various sports and entertainment activities such as basketball, boxing, concerts, and wrestling.
The popular venue, which opened on February 11, 1968, has the same concert capacity as London’s O2 Arena.