Davido Addresses Critics, Says ‘They Always Doubted His Music Projects’




Nigerian recording artiste, Davido released his fourth studio album, Timeless on Friday, March 31.

Since the album release one week ago, Davido has continued to attain new heights and have broken records on the international scene.

Davido spoke in the recent episode of the Afrobeats Podcast hosted by Adesope Olajide.


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Speaking during the session, Davido had this to say,

I’m happy that people accepted ‘Timeless’. They have always doubted my albums. It’s a different feeling for me because people have never accepted my album and they accepted this one. This is a fresh feeling for me; after my 12 years of killing sh*t!

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I haven’t felt this much love before. It’s crazy bro,” the DMW boss added.

Equally, MDB reported that Davido’s fourth studio album ‘Timeless’ has been breaking streaming records since its release.

The 17-track album broke the record as the first African album to reach Number 1 on the US iTunes chart.

It is also the highest charting album by an African artist on the US Apple Music (peaked at Number 2) and the biggest album first-day stream in the history of Audiomack.

Davido’s 2012 debut album ‘Omo Baba Olowo’, 2019 sophomore album ‘A Good Time, and his 2020 third studio album ‘A Better Time’ were all tagged “flops” by critics.

The singer was accused of stat padding by including “old singles” in his albums, especially on the 2019 album ‘A Good Time’ which contained ‘If’ and ‘Fall’ which were released two years earlier.

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