As unimportant as it might seem, the works of the Nigerian Star, Davido, no matter how small, is put to record by every music related platforms around the world.
In what seem like they must associate with the Superstar and his work, Spotify yet again didn’t fail to put up the number of streams Davido’s song has ticked.
Recently, Davido’s 2017 smash hit “Fall” records 40 Million streams on the music platform, Spotify.
The song which was the in-thing for Davido’s fans few years ago was recently recognized with platinum plaques in South Africa some weeks ago.
Prior to all of these groundbreaking records, “Fall’s” Video had been stamped with the “most viewed Nigerian Music Video” accolade having being viewed 160 Million times.
Wow, that’s huge a number!
Davido perhaps shouldn’t be doubted when he says he makes the industry proud with his works because indeed, he is.
On the other news, YouTube launching YouTube music unmasked that “Blow my mind” also got the “the most viewed Nigerian Music Video” without competition in 2019.
So you see?!
Meanwhile, the Nigerian star with International dulcet singer, Chris brown gave a big blow to the minds of fans with their electric performance in Los Angeles, California in USA.
The performance which was in furtherance of the “a good time” Album tour had the duo wrecking down their art on the spectators.
Could they have deal?
We guess not!
Performing “Lower body” also, Davido and the America singer, Chris Brown had screams upon screams, bringing down the arena in Los Angeles.
With both stars syncing with the songs (blow my mind and lower your body) from each other’s album, “A good Time” for Davido and Indigo for Chris, fans expects more from the duo, as in, further collaboration.
As the tour is expected to continue, Reacting to their lollypop performance in Los Angeles, California, Davido took to instagram to gush his love for Chris brown.
“Almost to good to believe !!! I love u bro!!! @chrisbrownofficial !! LA WAS FUUUUUUCCIINN CRAZYYYY!!!
Watch the fab performance of their songs here:
With all of these and more in the industry, would you want to think less of Davido ?