As September Comes To An End, Davido Fails To Drop His Promised Sophomore Album

Posted on September 30 2018 , at 07:04 pm
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  • Back in March,  during the HEADIES 2018 Awards ceremony, DMW boss, Davido announced he'd be dropping his sophomore album in September

Back in March,  during the HEADIES 2018 Awards ceremony, DMW boss, Davido announced he’d be dropping his sophomore album in September.

The announcement was made as he gave his acceptance speech while receiving the award for the Artiste of the Year category.

READ: Headies 2018: Davido Announced His Sophomore Album Will Drop In September

The news created a lot excitement among fans as it has been five years since he released his debut album, Omo Baba Olowo in 2012.

After the award, Davido went straight to releasing songs like Assurance,  Nwa Baby and AZA, all which have since become hit records. He has also been featured on a couple of songs which have done well.

With the momentum built, it would seem as if the singer was going to keep to his promise this time, after teasing fans a couple of times with promises that never materialised.

But it’s hours to the end of the month of September and there is no single word from the artiste or his camp to suggest an album dropping. There hasn’t been any rollout plan neither has any statement been put out to carry fans along on any new development.

It’s safe to say a remote reason for failing to meet up with the promise could be because of his recent busy political schedule. Davido over the past three weeks has been actively involved in the political campaign of his uncle, Senator Ademola Adeleke who was running for the governorship sit in their home state of Osun.

Now that the elections are over, we hope the Davido goes back to what his day job is, which is music and drop what is believed to be the much expected BADDEST album.

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