Timi Dakolo Shares Video of Kids Singing, Says That’s How He Tests if a Song Will Appeal to Fans

Timi Dakolo Shares Video of Kids Singing, Says That’s How He Tests if a Song Will Appeal to Fans

  • While most singers push out songs with the hope that it will appeal to their fans, Timi Dakolo has devised a means that works for him
  • The singer has three beautiful kids and they are the ultimate approval test for any song he intends to drop
  • The singer who recently released a single shared a video of his kids singing it, and according to him, if they pick on the song, there is a high chance it will stay on people's minds

Popular Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo, has taken to social media to reveal the divine method he uses to know if his song will appeal to fans.

The entertainer shared a video of his three kids, Alexander, Hallel and Zoe singing his latest single, Obim.

Timi Dakolo says he uses his kids for music approval
Timi Dakolo's kids predict the longevity of his songs Photo credit: @timidakolo
Source: Instagram

Taking to the caption, Dakolo disclosed that he sings a song around his kids and their reaction gives him the approval or not.

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If Timi's kids pick up any song he sings around them, then he has passed the test to know if it will stay on the minds of people.

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"These are people i use to test if a song will stay in the minds of people. Hallel especially. I will sing it a couple of times around them and watch them give their approval by singing it or not."

Watch the video below:

Nigerians react


"Freaking genius."


"Cos Hallel would tell you point-blank “Daddy, this song is not sweet”


"I hope you are paying testing charges."


"Hope you paying them for the validation. They are blessed."


"Hallel needs to charge you."


"This strategy, always works."


"Roll them their cheque. Job well done."


"Yessoo, we all do the work, we’all spend together."

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Timi Dakolo worried about son as he goes to secondary school

Dakolo's son and first child, Alexander moved up to secondary school and like every parent, the singer had some concerns.

The singer revealed that he is not fully ready to accept that his son is a big boy off to secondary school.

He went on to say that he is secretly worried about the kind of friends Alexander will make even up to the girl that he will like.

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