- Singer Davido released his much-anticipated album on Friday, November 13
- Within a few hours of release, the project has already started topping charts on digital streaming platforms
- The music star has appreciated the Lord for the success of his album
Nigerian singer David Adeleke aka Davido might just be the happiest musician in the country at the moment as he finally dropped his much-anticipated album, A Better Time, on Friday, November 13.
Hours before the project was really, many fans and music lovers already dominated social media with conversations about the project and it was the number one trending topic on the Nigerian Twitter trend list.
As expected, when the 17-track album eventually dropped on digital music platforms, fans of the music stars flooded their individual pages with dance videos of their favourite tracks.
An excited Davido also took to his Twitter page noting that he worked really hard on the album and is so happy to see how it is being received.
Check out his tweet below:
Also taking to his Instastory channel, the music star noted that God is indeed real and responsible for all that is happening.
Check out the post below:
Former vice president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, is among public figures who have taken to social media to show support for Davido’s latest project.
The politician congratulated the singer on the release of A Better Time album. However, Atiku’s goodwill message to the music star elicited mixed reactions as some social media users noted that he only wants to be in the good books of youths in the country.
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In a related Davido story, Legit.ng reported that the singer opened up on how he managed to get international rapper, Nicki Minaj, on his album.
Davido told New York Times that he sent the rapper a text on Instagram and she replied him.
According to him, Nicki’s verse for Holy Ground was ready just in two days of reaching out to her.
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