Davido’s ‘A Better Time’ Racks Up 100 Million Streams In 3 Days

Twelve months after releasing his sophomore album “A Good Time”, Davido has followed up with ‘A Better Time’, which, unarguably, can be described as a sequel to the distinctive productions we had last year. Despite the turbulent times,

Twelve months after releasing his sophomore album “A Good Time”, Davido has followed up with ‘A Better Time’, which, unarguably, can be described as a sequel to the distinctive productions we had last year. Despite the turbulent times, American-born, Nigerian artiste’s 17-track third studio album is racking up gigundous numbers on major digital platforms.

According to statistics – without respective breakdown, the album which guests heavy-hitters like Lil Baby, Nicki Minaj, Young Thug, Nas, Tiwa Savage, Bella Shmurda, Sho Madjozi, and more, has amassed a whooping 100 million streams on Apple Music, Boomplay, Youtube, Spotify & Audiomack – other Digital Service Provider (DSPs) to report later, in three days after its release.

Stream here: smarturl.it/ABetterTime

 

Davido, who executive-produced A Better Time, spoke about the project during an interview with Complex several weeks ago. He explained he had no intention to record an album in 2020, as he was originally scheduled to be on tour; however, the global health crisis squashed that plan, and Davido found himself under lockdown at home with plenty of time to create.

Davido expanded on the album’s overall tone and message in a press release, explaining it was inspired by Africa’s ethos: “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.”

On this project, Davido promises more style, fun, and expression. He delivers exactly that—crooning over warm grooves and infectious melodies. With an ear for both great songwriting and captivating production as well as features with Lil Baby, Young Thug, and Nicki Minaj, Davido taps hip-hop aesthetics while proving his status as one of Afrobeats’ biggest stars.

 

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