Davido: “If I Know You, I’ll Charge You $100K for a Feature”
Davido explains that a feature costs a minimum of $100,000.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Davido is one of the most popular African singers in the world, with his music reaching all corners of the globe and his most recent album, ‘Timeless,’ breaking many streaming records.
Davido was asked how much he costs for cooperation in a recent interview on the Bootleg Kev Podcast, and he disclosed that he charges people he knows $100,000 while others pay more.
Davido also said that if the artist is someone he loves and he knows the artist would promote the track, he would be prepared to work for free on the duet.
“To be honest, if we do a record and I know you’re going to lose it to the fullest and you’re an artist that I enjoy then I’m happy to do it.”
The multi-award winner further remarked that he appreciates working with Chris Brown since he is imaginative and helpful. Davido and Chris Brown have a tight friendship and have worked on multiple tunes, the most recent being on Chris Brown’s 2022 album ‘Breezy.’
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