Davido, the singer, says he spent nearly £400,000 on the production of his last O2 Arena show.
The record label boss delivered fiery performances at London’s 20,000-capacity O2 Arena on March 5.
On Friday night, Davido was featured on a Twitter Spaces hosted by Zeze Miller, a media personality.
He said he spent about £400,000 on his production because he was trying to further project Afrobeats.
Davido said Afrobeats has evolved to become a top genre globally, so there is a need to be extremely prepared.
“Afrobeats is evolving like it’s becoming almost a top genre. The more prepared you are, the more they look,” the singer stated.
“Ten years ago, I don’t think I would have agreed on spending 30 or 40k on my production for a show.
“But the production I did at the O2 this last time was almost £400,000 and that’s just because of how we are trying to portray Afrobeats.”
Last Friday, Davido released ‘Stand Strong’, the first single of his forthcoming fourth album.
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