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Wizkid at Gidi Fest 2018. Photo: Tej/Gidi Culture Festival.

Here's Where You Can Live Stream Wizkid's Coachella 2018 Performance

Watch Wizkid's Coachella live performance right here on OkayAfrica.

Update: 4/20: Wizkid's weekend 2 Coachella set is scheduled for Saturday, April 21 at 2:50-3:35 p.m. PST on the Coachella Stage.

Update 4/14: Wizkid has cancelled his performance at Weekend 1 citing visa issues with his band. Coachella confirmed he will not be performing this weekend but will be present for Weekend 2. See the tweets below


Wizkid keeps making our weekend better and better. He just released three new tracks, and is set to perform twice at Coachella this year.

The Nigerian artist's first performance will be Saturday afternoon (April 14), but don't start selling your belongings for a plane ticket to California just yet, Wizkid's set will be streamed live.


You can catch it on Coachella's YouTube channel at 6.35PM EST this Saturday.

Make sure you tune in, because Wizkid's been hinting at having some surprise guests during his performances. He tweeted earlier this year that he'd be "bringing out everybody."

Coachella will be streaming most of the artists performing during its first weekend, including Beyoncé, Black Coffee, The Weeknd and more. The second weekend of the festival (April 20-22) will not be streamed live.

In the meantime, you can see the entire weekend's streaming schedule right here.

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The 10 Songs You Need to Hear This Week

Featuring Wizkid, Alicia Keys x Diamond Platnumz, Manu WorldStar, Maya Amolo, La Dame Blanche and more.

Every week, we highlight the cream of the crop in music through our best music of the week column.

Here's our round up of the best tracks and music videos that came across our desks, which you can also check out in our Songs You Need to Hear This Week playlists on Spotify and Apple Music.

Follow our SONGS YOU NEED TO HEAR THIS WEEK playlist on Spotify here, Apple Music here and YouTube Music here

Check out all of OkayAfrica's playlists on Spotify and Apple Music.

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