Fans have ensured my music lasts forever – Davido

Nigerian Afrobeats star, David Adeleke also known as Davido, has appreciated fans for supporting his music all through his highs and lows.

He stated that 2023 has been an amazing year for him and it is all courtesy of the 30BG Gang who always stream his songs and spread them across the world.

Omo Baba Olowo took to his Twitter page on Thursday and said his latest album, Timeless helped him connect with the incredible people love him.

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Davido, who shared a snapshot of his Spotify wrapped for the year, appreciated them for always listening and helping his music to last forever

The ‘IF’ crooner is rounding the year up with 14.1 million Spotify listeners, 464. 4 million streams, fans creating 41.1 million playlists of his songs. The data also showed that OBO’s music is being streamed in 184 countries.

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Sharing the photos, Davido wrote; “2023 has been an amazing year. TIMELESS helped me reconnect with my incredible fans and we got to spread the music around the world.

Thank you to you all for listening to me and helping the music last forever⏳”

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Nigerian Hip Hop star turned realtor, Sikirullahi Olanrewaju Dabiri, popularly known as Eldee The Don, has explained why he quit music and relocated abroad.

The former member of the defunct Trybesmen, said he left Nigeria because he needed to “clear” his head after he got “scammed” by an advisory firm.

According to Eldee, the firm had collected money from some investors and lied to them that they were investing the money in his music.

He said; “What happened was that, Shayman introduced me to a gentleman called Tonye Akindele, who at a time had a capital advisory firm. What they do is to look for business to invest in. They have people who fund those portfolios.

“So they approached me for a partnership. And I accepted. But unbeknown to me, what was happening was him [Tonye Akindele] and his partner had the people who were funding the record label but the label was not getting money. I was still funding my music.”