David Adedeji Adeleke (born November 21, 1992), who is better known as Davido, is an American-born Nigerian singer, songwriter and record producer. Davido was born in Atlanta, US, and raised in Lagos; he made his music debut as a member of the music group KB International.
1. STAR :
The star sign is actually one of the earliest tattoos Davido got when he began singing. Many of his pictures in his early days of joining the music industry had the star sign. He always wanted to be the star which he is now, finally living the dream.
Another tattoo that is as early as the star . Sign on Davido's neck is the word Believe. The word is tattooed just below the star sign. He believes in himself, in God and in his Career.
3. SWEET MOTHER:
The phrase Sweet Mother is one of the biggest tattoos on Davido's arm. The tattoo simply reminds his of his late mum, whom he never miss words to tell the world how he's fond of her.
4. MUSICAL NOTES:
Musical notes covered another large part of Davido's arm. The musical notes tattoo can be seen anytime the singer is wearing short sleeves or T-shirts. He has always expressed his undying love for music - hence, his continued rise. Music is Davido's life. It's always music giving him happiness, joy and also keeps him going.
On one of Davido's arm is the word, Love, tattooed. Considering the obvious fact that he's smitten with Chioma and also is a father, the inscription on his body might not be out of the blues. He has a family whom he'd do anything for.
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