David Adeleke, better known by his stage name Davido, is a Nigerian afrobeats musician who has stated that he would be thrilled to win a Grammy.
He insisted, though, that he didn’t release his most recent album, “Timeless,” with the goal of garnering accolades.
This was started by Davido in a recent Brut interview.
The singer of “Dami Duro” claimed to be a digital artist, but he had to record a live album for his collaboration with The Cavemen and Grammy-winning Beninese great Angélique Kidjo for the song “Na Money.”
I was glad that I was out of my space and could perform that song [“Na Money,” he remarked. I record songs digitally since I’m a digital artist.
But for that song [‘Na Money’], we had to record it live because The Cavemen record live.”
He continued, “If I win a Grammy, I will be happy, but I didn’t make this album [‘Timeless’] because I wanted to win anything.
“I made this album going into it, you know, happy, natural, you know what I’m saying!