Nigerian Afrobeat artist Davido has revealed why he didn’t include any sad songs in his latest album ‘Timeless.’ In a recent interview with Million Dollar Worth Of Game Podcast, Davido explained that he felt his fans, his late son Ifeanyi Adeleke, and the world were his main responsibilities and that he needed to be strong for them. He wanted to show that despite his personal tragedy, it was possible to make upbeat and positive music. Davido’s album has been well-received by fans and critics for its energetic and uplifting sound.
Afrobeat Gaint, Davido has outlined why he snubbed sad songs in his latest hit album ‘Timeless’.
The Nigerian singer in his recent interview with Million Dollar Worth Of Game Podcast on Monday, detailed the vital reason why he made ‘Timeless’ hit songs for his fans instead of his late son, Ifeanyi Adeleke.
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According to him, people expected him to resort to heartbreak but his son, fans and the world is his major obligation which shouldn’t attract any excuse or quit.
“I looked at myself in the mirror and I said, bruh, apart from me just being about me I know I have many people who love me, many people who are depending on me, my son up there is looking at me, he wouldn’t want me to be like.”
“Apart from me being strong for his mom, which is my primary responsibility, I have to be strong for the world.”
“A lot of people thought we are going to drop the album and there is just going to be a lot of sad, men we gave them bangers on bangers.”
“My son is dancing, my mum is dancing in heaven. So that people can see that it is possible. Not that I wish it on anybody, I would never wish it on my enemy, do you understand?.”
“But to be able to stand up again and be able to work. It’s only God, you can’t tell me anything, it’s only God.”