Davido is a Nigerian performer, recording producer, composer, and record artist-producer who was born in the United States. He initially gained notoriety in 2011 with the release of his track “Dami Duro,” which was well-received across Nigeria. He has a long list of successful songs under his belt, making him a global performer with appearances all over the world.
With his older brother Adewale Adeleke, he co-owns HKN Music (a record company that includes Sina Rambo, B. Red, and DeeKay). Since then, hes worked with musicians like Naeto C, Skales, Tiwa Savage, and Sauce Kid, among others. In April 2012, he secured an endorsement agreement with MTN Nigeria, and on October 23, 2013, he teamed with Guinness Nigeria for the “Guinness World of More” event.
The musician received his schooling at the British International School in Lagos. Prior to moving to Nigeria, he studied Business Administration at Oakwood University. During his stay at Oakwood University, he developed an interest in music. He purchased musical instruments and began producing beats as well as capturing vocal samples. He dropped out of Oakwood University after receiving bad marks and moved to London, where he concentrated his efforts on singing rather than producing.
When he returned to Nigeria in 2011, his singing career was put on hold when he agreed to enroll at Babcock University to honor his father. After his father financed the university to build a music department for an initial class of one, the artist received a music degree from Babcock in July 2015.
In 2012, he published his first album, Omo Baba Olowo, which was accompanied by the singles “Back When” with “Dami Duro Naeto C,” “All of You,” “Overseas” with Sina Rambo, “Ekuro,” “Gbon Gbon,” and “Feel Alright” with Ice Prince. He released the singles “Gobe,” “One of a Kind,” “Skelewu,” “Aye,” “Tchelete (Goodlife),” “Naughty,” “Owo Ni Koko,” “The Sound,” and “The Money” between 2013 and 2015. According to reports, the aforementioned tracks were supposed to be singles from the album The Baddest.
The singer revealed on Twitter in January 2016 that he had secured a record deal with Sony Music. His declaration drew varied reactions, prompting the record company to issue a statement confirming the transaction. The artist launched his own company, Davido Music Worldwide, a few months after signing with Sony (DMW). The label is presently home to Dremo and Mayorkun. He got a new record deal with Sonys RCA Records in July 2016.
Age of Davido
Davido was born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America, on November 21, 1992. Every year on November 21st, he celebrates his birthday.
The singer comes from a rich family; his father, Dr. Adedeji Adeleke, is a well-known businessman and investor, and his mother, Dr. Veronica Adeleke, passed away in 2003.
The singer is the youngest of three siblings, with two sisters and a brother. Adewale Adeleke, Sharon Adeleke, and Coco Adeleke.
Daughters of Davido:
The singer from Nigeria is the father of two girls. Aurora Imade Adeleke, the first daughter, was born on May 14, 2015. Sophie Momodu is her mothers name. Hailey Veronica Adeleke is his second child. Amanda is her mothers name, and she was born on May 9th, 2017 in the United States.
Chioma Rowland and Davido welcome A Baby Boy:
On October 20, 2019, Davido and his fiancée, Chioma Rowland welcomed a healthy baby boy. On Instagram, the delighted father posted a heartwarming shot of himself cradling his bundle of joy in his arms while in the hospital.
Davidos net worth
Davido is a household name in the music business, not only in Nigeria but also throughout the world. The well-known Nigerian singer is a multi-talented individual who is not just an entertainer but also a gifted composer and record producer. Davidos net worth has him listed as one of Africas most successful and youthful artists.
Davidos net worth in USD is projected to be $16 million, according to Forbes Magazine in 2017. He also has a popular YouTube channel with over 10 million subscribers. Adelekes major source of income is as a musician, but he also has other sources of money, as do other well-known people.
Omo Baba Olowo 2012
Best of Davido 2015
The Baddest 2015
Son of Mercy – EP 2016
A Better Time – 2021
Some of his songs include:-
Blow My Mind, Bum Bum, 2 AM, Fall, My Story, Fall (Snippet), Skelewu, New York City (Leak), IF, Biggest BackSide (feat. B-Red), Kekwanu, Coolest Kid In Africa (feat. Nasty C), How Long (feat. Tinashe), Gbetiti, Maga To Mugu (feat. Simi), Gbagbe Oshi, Ladies, Aye, Gobe, Tchelete, Dami Duro, The Money, Owo Ni Koko, Fans Mi
Some of Davidos Awards
» 2012 – Kora Awards – Best Newcomer Award
» 2014 – BET Awards – Best International Act: Africa
» 2014 – Ben TV Awards – Music Video of the Year
» 2011 – Dynamix All Youth Awards – Promising Youth Artiste
» 2011 – Dynamix All Youth Awards – Song of the Year
» 2014 – African Muzik Magazine Awards – Best Male West Africa
» 2014 – African Muzik Magazine Awards – Artist of the Year
» 2014 – MTV Africa Music Awards – Best Male
» 2014 – MTV Africa Music Awards – Artist of the Year
» 2012 – Channel O Music Video Awards – Most Gifted Newcomer Video of the Year
» 2014 – Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA) – Best Afro Pop Video
» 2012 – Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA) – Best Video By A New Artiste (Live Beats Choice)
» 2014 – Ghana Music Awards – African Artiste Of The Year
» 2014 – City People Entertainment Awards – Musician Of The Year (Male)
» 2014 – The Headies – Artiste of the Year
» 2014 – The Headies – Song of the Year
» 2013 – The Headies – Hip Hop World Revelation
» 2013 – The Headies – Best R&B/Pop Album