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Reactions as Davido announces the release date of his new album

Renowned Nigerian music star, David Adeleke, expertly known as Davido or OBO, as of late gotten back in the saddle to the public space in the wake of being off the radar attributable to the demise of his child, Ifeanyi Adeleke.

The singer, who made history by performing at the closing ceremony of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, gave an update on when he will be back with new songs.

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“See y’all in March,” the Afrobeat singer wrote in a tweet on his handle, noting that he would officially release some new songs in March 2023.

The most recent post by Davido has received a variety of responses, with some internet users exuberant while others have advised the singer to take his time.

@Jpmullar, ” Baba has returned to us. OBO, the internet is boring without you.

@ThisIsEazee; ‘” You cannot.”

Dale @Parblo; ” 001 I have faith in your ministry, but what are you doing at the moment?

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RT @Raqson09: Bro, be calm and make a good album, just like Wizkid made in Lagos. Please don’t rush and release an album like A Better Time. We adore you, @LEWINSKI; OMG, loading new music. I am present, and I am prepared for it.

@GRadioRockstar; ” Regardless of whether it is August, we will stand by. Reapply your strength.

@Chuma Nnoli: as you keep marching forward to greater heights. We are delighted to have you back in the “public space.”

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@JustKissMhie; ” OBO, we can’t stay in March without listening to your music. In the meantime, you should try to release one or two singles so we can wait until March to hear your project.

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