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Rave News Digest: Wizkid Postpones Release Of ‘More Love Less Ego,’ Mariah Carey Reveals Upcoming Projects, Timo Werner + More

Rave News Digest: Wizkid Postpones Release Of ‘More Love Less Ego,’ Mariah Carey Reveals Upcoming Projects, Timo Werner + More


Wizkid postpones release of ‘More Love Less Ego,’ Mariah Carey reveals upcoming projects, Timo Werner out of World Cup. Stay in the know with our Rave News Digest, which summarizes five of the hottest global news you need to catch up on, saving you time and energy. Consider it your daily news fix. More Love Less Ego Release Date

1. Wizkid reportedly postpones ‘More Love, Less Ego’

Nigerian megastar Wizkid is reported to have postponed the release of his upcoming album More Love, Less Ego. More Love, Less Ego was set to be released at midnight on Thursday, November 3, but has now been pushed forward. The album has seen the release of two singles, “Bad To Me” and “Money & Love,” which was released a week before the proposed album release. The postponement is in honor of the recent painful loss of Davido’s son Ifeanyi, whose sad passing has generated wide condolences from Nigerians, fans, colleagues, politicians, and individuals around the world.

Wizkid had earlier reacted to the sad news by deleting the album promotional tweets he posted hours before the news, and he was also reported to have canceled some performances in the wake of the toddler’s passing. Many Nigerian artists, including Don Jazzy, the Mavin crew, and Ruger, have also postponed the release of their songs. More Love Less Ego is now set to drop on November 11.

2. Mariah Carey reveals upcoming projects

It’s Mariah Carey’s favorite season, and she’s back with new projects. In an interview, Carey revealed she has a slew of treats for her Lambs, first sharing details about her children’s book called “The Christmas Princess,” which Carey and Michaela Angela Davis co-wrote, describing the character in the book as a “mixed-race Pippi Longstocking.”

The singer also revealed she would be holding Christmas concerts for her fans this season, with the first one kicking off in Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on December 9 and 11, before heading to New York’s Madison Square Garden on December 13 and 16. The set list will feature records from her two Christmas albums, “Merry Christmas” and “Merry Christmas II” along with a few records she’s “never performed live.” More Love Less Ego Release Date

For those who have been anticipating a Mariah Carey biopic, the time has come, as she says that while she would love to act again onscreen, she’s focused on developing a TV series inspired by her memoir “The Meaning of Mariah” and will collaborate with Davis on this project, too. In terms of who will play the songstress, she’s less concerned if they can sing and more interested in their acting abilities.

3. South Africa: Lamiez and Khuli Chana are pregnant

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Congratulations are in order for the Morules. Lamiez Holworthy and Khuli Chana are expecting their first child together. Lamiez revealed on Instagram that they are soon going to welcome a baby. The couple was not only celebrating their third anniversary but had a gender reveal too — they are expecting a baby boy.

“Ke nna Lamiez Holworthy-Morule. Ngwetsi ya Bakwena ba ga Mogopa. Ke thedimogane e mmele o borethe, e e yareng e bapantswe le kgomo e e phale…Kwena e ntsho ya mogopa!!This next chapter in our lives? An answered prayer ka mohau wa Modimo Le Badimo Baka,” the star wrote in an Instagram post.

Congratulations to the couple.

4. French parliament stopped over ‘racist’ remark

The French parliament was brought to a halt after a far-right MP shouted, “They should go back to Africa” as a black colleague, Carlos Marten Bilongo, talked about immigration. Grégoire de Fournas, a member of the National Rally (RN), said later that his remark had not been aimed at Bilongo himself but at migrants trying to reach Europe by sea. Mr. Bilongo said he had been born in France, and the remark was “shameful.” Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne said there was “no room for racism.”

The National Assembly’s bureau would meet on Friday and decide on the “necessary sanction,” the liberal politician told reporters. Mr. Bilongo had been questioning the government about a request by the SOS Méditerranée non-governmental organization for help in finding a port for 234 migrants rescued at sea in recent days. When Mr. De Fournas made his remark, the Speaker, Yael Braun-Pivet, demanded to know who had spoken. Then, as MPs chanted “Out! Out! Out!,” she suspended the session, declaring, “This is not possible.”

5. RB Leipzig confirm Timo Werner ruled out of World Cup after sustaining ankle injury

German forward Timo Werner will miss the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after sustaining an ankle injury in RB Leipzig’s win over Shakhtar Donetsk. Werner limped off early with an ankle problem in RB Leipzig’s 4-0 Champions League win over Shakhar Donetsk on Wednesday. Club side RB Leipzig has now confirmed he will miss the World Cup. “Timo Werner suffered an ankle injury last night in the win over Shakhtar Donetsk,” read a club statement. “Scans today in Leipzig showed that he has unfortunately torn the syndesmosis ligament in his left ankle and will therefore be out for the rest of 2022.” More Love Less Ego Release Date

Werner has 24 goals in 55 outings for Germany, and manager Hansi Flick has already made it clear how important the striker’s loss will be to his team. He said, “It’s very sad news. I feel really sorry for Timo that he will miss a World Cup that he was determined to play at. Above all though, his absence is a big loss for the team. We all wish him a speedy recovery!”

Featured image: @wizkidayo/Twitter

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