Davido’s album: Naira Marley sounded like he recorded his verse on suit and tie – Fans
– Nigerian singer Davido recently released his much anticipated album A Good Time
– Just a few hours after the release, the album became a trending topic on social media
– Rapper Naira Marley’s verse on a particular track off the album got music lovers talking Popular Nigerian singer David Adeleke aka Davido is currently the topic of discussion on social media, following the release of his long awaited album, A Good Time.
The music star released the 17-album in the early hours of Friday, November 22, and despite the time of release, many fans stayed up late to be among those who experienced the beauty of the project fresh out of the oven.
Fans of OBO as he is often called showered accolades on him for making the album worth the wait.
Although Davido had some interesting collaborations on the project, the track with controversial rapper Naira Marley, is already getting a lot of buzz.
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A Good Time It’s been a long 7 years. A lot has transpired in my life since my debut album ‘Genesis’, and I, David Adeleke (aka Davido) have gone through a process of immense changes and growth. In sad times I lost close family and friends (RIP) and in my happiest times I’ve created lives (Imade, Hailey & David Jr). I fell in love and got engaged to my PHENOMENAL fiancé, Chioma. I’ve fought battles of all kinds and on all fronts: spiritual, physical, mental, emotional even political. With less than 48 hours left of the 7 year wait for the album of the century; A Good Time reflects on the ability to trust the timing of your life, enjoying the best moments & persevering through the worst ones. There’s no time like the present and it’s A Good Time to be alive, to be a PROUD AFRICAN and to fight for the freedom of one another – in unity. This is my album cover art and it reflects the culmination of my 7 year journey in audio/visual form, I present to you, “A Good Time”. OUT Nov 22!!! #AGoodTime
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The track titled Sweet in The Middle, had Naira Marley presenting a lyrical version of himself that most of his fans are almost not accustomed to.