“Naija To The World” – Nicki Minaj Says As She Congratulates Davido Over His ‘A Better Time’ Album

November 13, 2020
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Popular American rapper, Nicki Minaj has congratulated Nigerian music sensation, Davido on the release of his album, “A better time”.

To celebrate that DMW boss on his accomplishment, Nicki took to her Instagram page to hail Nigeria while promoting their ‘Holy Ground’ song.

Davido awake

She wrote,

“Congratulations @davido!!! ♥️ #HolyGround#ABetterTime#Naija to the WORLD!!!!”.

Davido released much anticipated album, today, November 13th, and has been receiving applauds from fans and collegues.

A better time is the singers forth studio album, and has a long list of music stars both local and international featured, Chris Brown, Young Thug, Lil Baby, Nicki Minaj, Sauti Sol, Sho Madjozi, on the international front. Mayorkun, Tiwa Savage, CKay, Bella Shmurda etc are Nigerian guests.

However, the award winning musician has reveal that it took him just 14 todays to record his vocals for the heavily anticipated project.

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