Lately, popular Nigerian superstar, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun hasn't been impressing the music world, probably due to the change of his style in making music which the fans are yet to be familiar with. And this has been making him recieve less accolades these days.
On the hand, David Adeleke, better known as Davido and Damini Ogulu, known professionally as Burna Boy are still doing great, making Nigeria and the whole continent proud.
Burna Boy's new song 'Wonderful' has been doing wonders in and out of Africa, topping charts both home and abroad and Davido has been continuously doing his thing, despite shutting down his social media pages.
Days ago, the music star signed May D to his record label and fans couldn't stop hailing and praising him. Before that, weeks ago, Davido broke an amazing record after BET Awards listed his acceptance speech as one of the greatest statements ever.
In addition to this, Wizkid was excluded from the list of the top 15 African most watched artistes on YouTube which includes Burna and O.B.O.
Now, Davido and the African Giant shined again as they both appeared on the late American rapper, Pop Smoke's album (deluxe) but Wizkid was unfortunately snubbed.
See screenshot below.
Davido was featured on Tsunami and Burna Boy on Enjoy Yourself.
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