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Reactions after Davido was added as a guest to American's NPR Music's Black History

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By Xamxon | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 4856 views

Nigerian Biggest Artist, Davido has been added to the National Public Radio as a Guest.

This was disclosed to everyone in a tweet from the NPR which got a lot of Reactions on Twitter.

NPR is the acronym for National Public Radio, is an American privately and publicly funded media Organization based in Washington,D.C.

The National Public Radio was established in 1971 and its operation is non- profit oriented.

The invited Nigerian Artist, Davido over as a Quest on Black History Month x Tiny Desk Line up.

David Adeleke Adedeji better known as Davido is a Nigerian singer and songwriter who was born 21st November,1992 in Atlanta, Georgia,U.S.A.

He is the youngest of five siblings and his father's second-born son who attended The British International School in Lagos and at the she of 16,he moved to Alabama,U.S.A to study Business Administration at Oakwood University.

He started his musical Career while he was in school and due to his passion for music,he dropped from Oakwood University and relocated to London where he worked on his vocals.

He rose to stardom after releasing "dami duro" in 2012 and he has been dropping hit songs.

Davido has been added to the NPR Music's Black History Month and this was disclosed in their tweet:

"This just in: We're excited to announce that Davido (@davido) has been added to the NPR Music's Black History Month x Tiny Desk Line up! #bhmxtdc".

This sparked a lot of reactions on Twitter:

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