Davido, also known as David Adedeji Adeleke, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and music producer who was born in America. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, US, he attended school in Lagos, Nigeria, and then enrolled at “Oakwood University” in Alabama, US, to study business administration. His debut record, “Back When,” made him a name, and his second single, “Dami Duro,” made him a celebrity. He gave up his studies to focus on music and performed with the band “KB International.” He returned to Nigeria in 2011 and started releasing his tracks. Later, he enrolled at “Babcock University” on the advise of his father Chief Adedeji Adeleke, and earned a degree in music. His debut album, “Omo Baba Olowo,” earned him a number of nominations and accolades. He is the author of several top singles, such as “Gobe,” “One of a Kind,” “Skelewu,” “If,” and “Fall.” Davido contributed to the song written in support of the “Africa Rising” initiative. The multi-talented artist is a co-owner of the record company “HKN Songs” and has worked with musicians like Skales, Tiwa Savage, Naeto C, and Sauce Kid to create music. Two of the singer’s daughters.
Who is Davido?
Davido was born on November 21, 1992, in Atlanta, Georgia, to Dr. Veronica Adeleke, a university lecturer, and Chief Adedeji Adeleke, a Nigerian millionaire businessman. He is his parents’ third biological child. He has two sisters, Sharon and Ashley Coco, and an elder brother named Adewale Adedeji. He lost his mother in March 2003. His father is the CEO of “Pacific Holdings” and the founder-president of “Adeleke University.” The board of directors for his father’s business includes Davido and his siblings. Davido went to school in Lagos at “The British International School.” When he was eleven, he started writing music. He claims that his mother motivated his musical career since she passed on to him the joy of entertaining others. In order to pursue business administration, he enrolled at Oakwood University in Alabama. He became quite interested in music throughout his time at the university. Later, he left school to concentrate on music. He was a member of the musical ensemble “KB International” while he was a student.
Who is Davido’s Girlfriend?
Chioma, Davido’s girlfriend, must at least have realized by this point that “Water won’t carry Davido”—now or never—and that the “Assurance” that came with the Porsche automobile present had no insurance linked to it. No one should hold the unfortunate girl responsible for delaying her schooling to pursue the OBO since the romanticism that enveloped the pair was magnificent and overwhelmingly unique. Fame is as unpredictable as it is perplexing.
Neither was she the first nor will she be the final woman in Davido’s life. In a love partnership with a male musician, no woman will ever be in charge. In fact, Chief Kollington Ayinla made it quite plain in a prior interview with Potpourri, the living Fuji legend, that a male artist cannot survive without women.
“Musicians need women to survive. This is not exclusive to Fuji musicians, but rather to the entertainment business in general. We have many female followers, which might be enticing since we have female blood in our veins,” explains Baba Alatika. Maybe Davido was too much of a romantic to get the unfortunate Chioma to walk on clouds. Wizkid has made clear statements about his relationships with women and the reasons why no woman can be the lone one in his life. He claimed to have several girlfriends, all of whom are aware of one another.