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Davido Announces Retirement Date From Music



Nigerian Afrobeats superstar, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has revealed that his late son, Ifeanyi, has a younger brother named Dawson.

Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has revealed he will be retiring from music after his next album.

The ‘Unavailable’ crooner disclosed this on Thursday night while reacting to the recent pictures and videos doctored against him by some blogs.

He claimed that some people desperately want him out of the music industry.

Yall niggas really want me out the game that bad ?? Oya after next album I no do again . So una fit get peace,” he wrote on his X handle.

Davido recently stated that most of his colleagues haven’t experienced peace of mind since he came into the industry.


Davido Announces Retirement Date From Music


This is coming few hours after dropping Kante’s visuals to wrap up the era of his fourth studio album titled ‘Timeless.’

‘Kante’ is the 10th track off ‘Timeless’, one of the standout tracks from the Grammy-nominated album which was released in March 2023.

The singer said he now looks forward to a new era of new music and new milestones.

Davido rose to fame with his 2012 hit ‘Dami Duro’ under HKN Music.

Davido established DMW, his music label, in April 2016.

The label has served as home to music talents such as Mayorkun, Peruzzi, and Dremo among others.

In March, Davido rebranded his label to DMW 2.0 and unveiled two new artistes — Morravey and Logos Olori.

Last year, Davido earned his first-ever nomination for the Grammy Awards in three categories, including ‘Best Global Album’ for his latest album, ‘Timeless’.

Others were ‘Best African Performance’ for his song ‘Unavailable’ and ‘Best Global Music Performance’ for his track ‘Feel’.

He also lost the ‘Best Global Music Performance’ to ‘Pashto’ by Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer & Zakir Hussain Featuring Rakesh Chaurasia, and ‘Best Global Album’ to Shakti’s ‘The Moment’.