After his tour was postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Davido released his third studio album “A Better Time”.
The American-born Nigerian Afrobeats musician David Adedeji Adeleke, Davido, has established an international career on love and lust songs that have accrued more than a billion streams collectively.
The album, “A Better Time,” which he releases on Friday, is packed with hit songs already and has featured the world.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Davido said, “I got back in the studio, and funny enough, I was making better music than I had previously dropped, and we just kept going.”
A Better Time, was released by the Afrobeat superstar Davido featuring a collection of international artists such as Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Young Thug, Nas, Lil Baby, Hitboy, Sauti Sol, Mugeez and Sho Madjozi.
The 17-track album currently trending on twitter in Nigeria, Australia, United States, Philippines, New Zealand, and Malaysia also features indegionous artiste such as Tiwa Savage, C Kay and Bella Shmurda and his home-grown DMW star Mayorkun.
Davido and Lil Baby launched the music video for their “So Crazy” collaboration no more than a week ago, after dropping FEM video, his first hit track that surfaces in a massive grand style more than a month ago.
“I won’t keep you any longer,” Davido wrote. “This year we’ve been through crazy times. Real crazy times. And through it all, we’ve all had to look inwards to find our unique hopes of better times ahead. I found a few. In human form and creative form. I’m so glad I can finally share them with you. I present to you A Better Time.”
He added: One thing about Africans—rich or poor, happy or sad, is that no matter what the situation going on in your country, you always find a reason to smile and just be happy. We (African people) always like to celebrate and A BETTER TIME is that outlet to be free, be happy, and hopeful for a better future.
“A year after the release of his second studio album, “A Good Time,” “A Better Time has arrived.
In 2020, Nigerian Afrobeats were set for their American breakthrough. The music is a gleaming, clear, ultra-modern reclamation of a large African diaspora programmed by some of the world’s most innovative artists and songwriters, American and Afro-Caribbean styles as well as music from all over Africa.