Singer to perform with Alicia Keys, Chris Rock

As a consequence of the success of his Ojuelegba’’ single which has made its way to global acclaimed, Wizkid will be performing with the international stars.

Wizkid on the red carpet of 2face's Fortyfied concert.

Wizkid and Alicia Keys are set to share a stage.

As a consequence of the success of his Ojuelegba’’ single which has made its way to global acclaimed, Wizkid will be performing as one of the headline acts at the 12th edition of the Keep a Child Alive’s annual Black Ball which will be hosted by Alicia Keys and Chris Rock.

The event which will be held in New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom on November 5, 2015 will also have performances from Lion Babe and others. This year's event is themed; ‘Afrofuturism’.

The Keep a Child Alive initiative was founded by Alicia Keys in 2003 with a commitment to put an end to the scourge of AIDS.

Wizkid recently met iconic designer Christian Louboutin in Paris on October 7, 2015.

The Star Boy singer met the designer thanks to Congolese singer Fally Ipupa who he recorded with a few days ago.

Wizkid shared the picture of him with Christian Louboutin and Fally Ipupa. “Paris living with my brother @fallyipupa01 and Christian Louboutin himself!! Lifestyle!!” wrote Wizkid in the caption.

In a recent interview with Empire FM in Ghana, Wizkid narrated how the 'Ojuelegba' remix with Drake came about.

"I was there and saw that Drake followed me on Instagram so I DMed him and I was like ‘Yo, I’m a big fan of your music’ and he was like I like your music as well. So we started talking and we talked about hooking up in London, so I went to London the next day and when I got there, I saw that he had already done his verse to the song, it was just funny mehn!" Wizkid said.

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