Davido has reached another landmark in his career once again, the popular Nigerian afrobeat singer becomes the first African-based Artist to perform at J Cole’s Dreamville festival in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Davido's Performance at Dreamville Fest Yesterday. pic.twitter.com/h8jqOxDQss
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Davido is part of the new generation taking Afro music to the world alongside Wizkid, Burna Boy and host of other talented musicians, The 30BG boss came on stage to perform his hit songs IF and FALL in front of thousands of fans in the United States.
Davido is currently enjoying massive love in the US with his song FALL becoming the longest charting Nigerian single in Billboard history for over 12 weeks on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Chart, in an interview with WHOOARMY davido gave Credit to Migos for most of His connects in the states and promised more international collaboration. Davido also said Lil Baby stayed in his house when he came to Nigeria.
Watch performance below:
Blessed to grace the stage at @realcoleworld’s Dreamville festival yesterday. People from all different walks of life came out showed crazy love to the Afrobeats culture. They said Africa to the World? Nah, it’s the World to Africa! 🌍 pic.twitter.com/dY0beFb8wH
— Davido (@davido) April 7, 2019