If you have been following the artiste's work faithfully, you will realize that there's a trend to the pattern with which he titles his album.
Let us start far back from the Genesis of it, his first studio album, which he titled "Omo Baba Olowo" (2012), this album, basically, take it as an introduction of the artiste, Davido, into the Nigerian music industry. If you recall, this album helped reshape his relationship with his father, which has almost gone sour due to the singers neglect of his studies because of music back in the U.S.
After the album "Omo Baba Olowo", follows the album that expresses Davido's gratefulness and pathway to fame, "Son Of Mercy" (2016).
"A Good Time" later came in the year 2019. Davido had a thrilling year of hits after hits, and lots of love from his fans.
It has always been a good time for Davido, especially being born into what some people would call 'generational wealth'.
The year ended on a happy note for the artiste, and he didn't relent in dropping hits after hits.
His most recent album, "A Better Time" came in the year 2020, and indeed 2020 was an explosive year for Davido.
It is very possible that Davido's next album could be titled "The Best Times", yes, the best times, because no other word could be more qualified to express how great 2021 would be for Davido!
What do you think would be the title of Davido's next album?
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