The Popular Nigerian singer and record label owner, David Adeleke popularly known as Davido has recently signed an artist to his record label, DMW.
The 30BG Gang, DMW Welcomes their new act to the family.
The newly signed artist, who has been on and off the music scenes since leaving Psquare’s now-defunct music label took to Twitter a few hours ago to announce that he has signed a record deal with Davido’s Davido Music WorldWide(DMW).
Akinmayokun Awodumila (born 28 December 1984), popularly known as May D, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and dancer. He was formally signed to the R&B duo P-Square record label "Square records" but currently now signed to DMW Record Label.
May D announced this in a posted he made on his verified Instagram page today, July 18.
The DMW’s latest signee took to his page in excitement and wrote,
“My New Family! I’m So Excited! Problem!
Twitter users reacted to this, check some comments below:
Davido keeps lifting the Nigerian music industry higher. He is really a legend and deserves some respect!
To all upcoming artist out there looking for a record label or promotions my advice is never give up on your dreams for one day it would become a reality.
If you know any upcoming music artist out there that needs support kindly refer the person to register on Mr Eazi emPawa, he would support and promote your musical career.
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