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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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#BlackOutEid​: Young Black Muslims Shine as They Celebrate Eid

Young Black Muslims have found creative ways to celebrate community and share their best Eid looks, even as they #StayAtHome.

Eid Mubarak to our Muslim fam! Today marks Eid al-Fitr, the official end of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Despite things being a little different this year (on account of the current pandemic, of course) this hasn't stopped many from finding creative ways to fast, pray and connect with their community during these times. It certainly hasn't stopped young Black Muslims from participating in the virtual tradition known as #BlackOutEid while they continue to #StayAtHome.

#BlackOutEid is an annual celebration which highlights the diversity within the Muslim world. It began in 2015, when Aamina Mohamed created the hashtag to combat the erasure of Black people within the community. Since then, the hashtag has been used across social media with Black Muslims using it to share their sharpest Eid looks.

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