Wizkid and Drake’s “One Dance” is the best international Afrobeats song – Davido

Nigerian superstar singer, David Adeleke aka Davido, has declared that US rapper, Drake’s 2016 single “One Dance” which features Wizkid, is the best international Afrobeats collaborative song.

Davido admitted this in a podcast interview with Sway’s Universe, while noting that his hit song with Chris Brown, ‘Blow My Mind’ released in 2019 is the second best.

Wizkid and Drake's "One Dance" is the best international Afrobeats collabo - Davido

The Omo Baba Olowo also said that apart from Grammy winning R&B star, Chris Brown, he won’t “disturb” himself looking for any other American collaboration.

Speaking further, the Grammy nominated Nigerian expressed hope about expecting a collaboration with Rihanna after she revealed that his song ‘Unavailable’ her favourite song.

According to Davido; “Blow My Mind’ with Chris Brown was the first US x Afrobeats collaboration to go craazy aside [Drake and Wizkid’s] ‘One Dance’”

He said in another part of the interview; “Aside Chris Brown, I’m not going to disturb myself for any other American collaboration. Rihanna said ‘Unavailable’ is her best song, so I’m waiting to work with her”.

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CorrectNG recalls that award-winning Nigerian singer, Davido said he and his counterpart, Wizkid were the first young artistes to become successful.

The DMW boss claimed that everybody is aware of this and noted that he was excited to see “new cats” dominating the music industry.

Davido grouped Burna Boy, Rema, Fireboy, Mayorkun and Asake as the ‘new cats’ who came after him and Wizkid. The music executive made this statement during an interview that’s trending on social media platforms.

He said; “Everybody knows that I was one of the first, Wizkid and I were the first young artistes to blow up and it feels good seeing new cats like Burna Boy, Rema, Fireboy, Mayorkun.

You know a lot of new cats coming, killing it…Asake who was on my album. So, yes, I think the future of Afrobeat is in good hands.”