Davido Reveals Wizkid, D’banj Used To Come To His Studio
Davido recalls how Nigerian music stars used to visit his studios.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Davido’s meteoric climb to stardom began with the publication of his smash track ‘Dami Duro,’ and he has since become one of Africa’s biggest musicians.
In a recent interview with the ‘Million Dollaz Worth of Game’ Podcast, Davido discussed how he started into music at a young age and the conflict it created with his family.
According to Davido, he dropped out of HBSU in Alabama, where he studied Business.
Although originally opposed to Davido’s plan to pursue a musical career, his father eventually agreed to it on the condition that he complete his studies. In exchange, Davido’s father built him a studio in Lagos.
According to Davido, his father built him the greatest studio in Lagos, and various celebrities, like D’banj and Wizkid, used to come over to record. Unlike the other celebrities who used to frequent the studio, Davido could only visit once every two weeks due to his academics.
Davido would become a celebrity even before completing his education at Bell University.
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