Davido, Nigerian Afro-pop singer, says he may have “just recorded the biggest feature” of his career.

During his acceptance speech for the BET best international act award in June, the ‘Fall’ singer told the foreign artistes in the audience that he is open to collaboration.

“And as I go on, I wanna talk about Africa. My continent has been so blessed to influence many cultures,” Davido had said.

“Come to Africa, eat the food, wear the clothes. Get ready for me, let’s collaborate. My album drops this year. J. Cole. Yo Quay, I’m waiting on that verse Quay.”

One month later, it appears Davido’s requests were heard loud and clear.

The singer took to Twitter on Thursday to ask for prayers from his fans, saying his new collaboration can change his life.

“Keep me in your prayers,” Davido tweeted.

“I might have just recorded the biggest feature of my career that can literally change my life.

“Also, I finally got a release date for ‘Nwa Baby’. Clear your playlist! Daddy coming!”

The DMW head honcho’s last international collaboration was ‘Way Too Fly’, a song with US rapper A Boogie wit da Hoodie.

Davido, just like his Nigerian counterpart Wizkid, is gearing up to headline his own concert the O2 Arena in January.



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