Veteran indigenous act, Ruffcoin features Davido on his latest single tagged “Baby Special“.
Check on it!
Davido has broken the internet with his public display of love for his girlfriend, Chioma as he dedicates this new banger to her. He gifted her a brand new Porsche car for her birthday Yesterday with a plate number ‘Assurance’ and has just dropped the visuals to the song as e dey hot.
This is just so well thought out and works in favor of his relationship with Chioma. Not only that, Davido has successfully got the whole country talking about his new tune Assurance.
Chioma was also the lead lady character is this new video. Watch below and share your thoughts.
DMW wastes no time in dishing out the visuals to their latest effort entitled “Aje” featuring the leader of the gang – Davido, Peruzzi, Yonda and producer Fresh.
The video was shot on location in Dakar, Senegal and it was directed by Twitch Visuals
After delivering solid serial solo hits – “Sade“, “Mama” and “Che Che“, DMW pop star Mayorkun teams up Davido for his first release of the year 2018 titled “Bobo“.
The latest offering from “The Mayor of Lagos” is a hit on arrival, already stamping the phrase “Na money be fine bobo”… in the Nigerian pop culture not-forgetting the lush production and stellar vocals from Mayorkun and his guest, which places “Bobo” as a certified smash.
Just before commencing his U.S tour, which will see Mayorkun perform in over 16 cities starting in Atlanta and ending in New York; the superstar was unleashed the Clarence Peters directed visual for “Bobo” and it is a spectacle.
Watch the Lush & Killertunes produced banger come to life below!
Ghanaian songstress Eazzy releases the video for her brand new single. The joint is titled “Power”, and on this one she recruits Ghana’s dancehall king Shatta Wale to add his talents to the mix. Peep the visuals, and download the tune below!
Nigerian award-winning singer and Omo Baba Olowo Crooner, Davido is really putting his 30 Billion to good use as he donates $5,000 to a music school hours before his concert in the country’s capital, Kigali on Saturday, 3rd of March; an amount that is equivalent to 1.8 Million naira.
Davido stated that the brightness of the student had motivated him to invest in their future by donating the $5,000 which he did, sending the students to moments of excitement that couldn’t be contained within themselves.
“I love Africa, and that’s why I told my boy before I stood up here… that I am going to donate $5000 to you,”
After all the teases that helped build anticipation to a fever pitch, leader of the FamilyTreeWorld finally premieres his new single.
Two of the biggest acts on the continent – Cassper Nyovest and Davido team up on this spanking new single entitled ‘Check On You’ which will serve as the first single they are dropping from the two songs they recorded over the festive period.
Davido and the Compozers team up for Davido’s SOLD OUT o2 Brixton London concert. The epic intro captures exactly how hyped the concert was!
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A little over 2 Years ago, Davido signed a record deal with Sony music with the ultimate intention to get his music serviced, distributed and marketed at a world-class level and the sentiments from many naysayers at the time were that it would be a waste of time. Today, we are witnessing the first evidence of what happens when your music is serviced effectively by a machine like Sony.
Remember when Davido told us 2018 will be greater than 2017, there was certainly no joke in the statement as the Omo Baba Olowo crooner is not just cashing in and signing ambassadorial deals, he has also just acquired some international prized possession which was announced few minutes ago on Twitter.
According to his tweets, his hit songs of 2017, IF and Fall have won great prizes for their sales, with Fall officially becoming Platinum and IF officially Diamond. This good news was also accompanied with his MTVbase and MOBO awards which he won for Best African Act and Best Worldwide Act in 2017.
Davido is highly ecstatic all he is doing is thanking God and appreciating his fans for taking him this far in his music career.
The Plaques were presented at the Columbia Records UK office and Efe Ogbeni who executed the record deal for Davido with Sony was present along with Managing Directors and President of Columbia UK Stacey Tang, Manish Arora and Ferdy Unger-Hamilton. Vanessa Amadi (Management) and Michael Ugwu were also present during the presentation of the Plaques.
This is another huge win for Davido after selling out his Brixton O2 LIVE show a few days ago. Africa to the world!!!
Should I still be asking who has listened to Davido’s latest hit song? I don’t want to ask that question but we can never tell because not everyone comes online at the same time. So guys, have you listened to Flora my Flawa?
This song is supposed to be talking about time, distance and love but the only thing that depicted this in the whole song is the line where ‘forever’ is mentioned repeatedly.
In this post, I’ll be giving us three things that didn’t sit well with me listening and watching the video of Flora my Flawa.
If you want to tell a story, tell it well. From the looks of this video, the costume feels mixed up but if it wasn’t, then I don’t know what else to call it other than it not being right (I might use worse descriptions, but I’m leaving that spot for you guys should there be a need to). Isn’t it funny how Davido in thirty years didn’t change, whereas the woman waiting for him back at home has transformed into someone else? Don’t even call the pot belly, that doesn’t count right now.
When Davido was young, he was wearing an appropriate outfit that depicted no trace of the classical past look, same with his band who were dressed like they’re going for a Yoruba naming ceremony. Fast forward to 30 years later and they are dressed like they’re from the past… What kind of Hero Nakamura something is this? The present is used for past and past is used for the present? So really, the times were not properly accounted for. A man in 2018 wearing an afro he was supposed to rock in the 70s and 80s? Not working.
2. Unnecessary characters:
This is more or less sounding like the same issue with the costume. Not only was the time not accounted for, the times they presented were not properly executed. If Davido did not change facially, why was there a need to change Flora facially? If the changes made on her were similar to her, better. But the change was so unnecessary because the old version woman they used is night compared to the day that young Flora is. The difference is too much. How did the dark-skinned young Flora become the light-skinned old Flora? How did the light-skinned friends at their young age become dark-skinned at their old age? That doesn’t make any sense. What happened Clarence? We are not understanding. Another question to ask is “Was the pot belly necessary?” because Davido and his team were not acting like they had pot bellies, rather it was so obvious they had pieces of clothing inside of them hence a big thumbs down to the makeup as they should’ve done better and at least make the pot belly book a bit real… too amateur in my opinion.
3. Too much Repetition:
With a total time of 5:04, I don’t know why 2:46 is what contains Davido’s song which is full of “If nothing last forever o, me and you go nothing forever o, baby baby Omalicha…” That was just too much of a repetition and truth is, the vibe of this song is similar to FIA and Ada. It is like part 3 of a project by DMW’s in-house producer, Fresh… Or maybe it’s his signature sound that is making all songs sound the same.
With the whole video set, which seems to be one of Davido’s best sets I’ve seen, I was expecting a rich storytelling of who Flora is, what she means to him and how he will always come back to her no matter how far his job takes him. Not hearing him say “Me and you go be nothing forever” in a song he titles “Flora my Flawa”. How is that even right?
Aside all these stated, I love the picture quality, the massive use of Ankara fabric and the comedy infused to make up for anything that is lacking… and yes, if this was comedy, I wouldn’t have stated any flaw, but I’m sure it was not intended to be a comic work, hence my observations.
So guys, let me hear your analysis of this song and the video and also if there is anything you love about it or something that also didn’t sit well with you.