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Davido snubs Burna Boy, Wizkid, lists Kizz Daniel, Zlatan among favourite artistes

Nigerian Afrobeat singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has revealed his top three favourite artistes. Davido named two Nigerians and an American as his…

Nigerian Afrobeat singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has revealed his top three favourite artistes.

Davido named two Nigerians and an American as his top three favourite artistes.

He spoke in a recent interview with an American podcast, Business Untitled.

Quizzed on his favourite artistes in terms of collaboration, the Timeless crooner was first reluctant to mention names. He boasted that he was big on his own before

He, however, proceeded to mention Chris Brown, Kizz Daniel and Zlatan Ibile.

“I can give a couple of artistes I love working with. Chris Brown is number one, he has been amazing. An artiste from Nigeria called Kizz Daniel, we work quite well together and Zlatan, a rapper from Nigeria,” he said.

Daily Trust reports that Davido and Chris Brown are a formidable duo whose partnership has yielded several hit records over the past decade.

Since they first collaborated in 2019 on Davido’s hit single ‘Blow My Mind’, both artists have appeared on the same track on 5 more songs with the latest being ‘Hmm’ off the deluxe version of Chris Brown’s ’11:11′ album.

Similarly, since Davido first assisted Kizz Daniel on the remix of his hit single ‘Woju’ in 2014, they have featured on three songs together including Iyanya’s ‘Like’.

Also, Zlatan has been vocal about his friendship with Davido. On Falz’s ‘Oganigwe,’ he boasted about how it’s no mere feat to be friends with David Adeleke (Davido)

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