LAYCON CALLED DAVIDO ONE OF THE BIGGEST VOICES IN AFROBEATS ON TIME MAGAZINE.

LAYCON Agbeleshe the winner of BBNaija lockdown, recently acknowledge the famous superstar Davido in an international news website.

The BBNaija star declared that, Davido is one of the biggest voices in Afrobeat because people easily relate or rather vibe with his music.

The article was featured on time magazine. And According to LAYCON, Davido bringing Afrobeat to the global level has paved the way for the younger artist like him.

LAYCON also contributed that Davido contribution to Afrobeat was so huge that international artist now want to collaborate and work with him.

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In Laycon’s word, he says….

“Davido is one of the biggest voices in Afrobeat because his music connect with people, often in ways that transcend his expectations”, says @itslaycon #Time.

The Nigeria Afrobeat superstar, Davido noticed Laycon’s citation about him and he acknowledged Laycon over his comments concerning him.

The BBNaija star article triggered a lot of reactions from Nigeria fans and it has been trending on Twitter.

Reacting to the post, Davido sent out his love to LAYCON on his good and amazing work. Davido in his retweet sent a love emoji to the BBNaija rising artist, Laycon.

And also according to LAYCON, Davido put 100% into every song he makes. Noting that his latest album surpassed a billion streams in 2020. LAYCON praises Davido in his article for Time, Photo,@itslaycon @davido.

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In his article, the reality star recalled the endSARS movement and how Davido ‘FEM’ was the anthem the protesters used to make that peaceful protest. On calling and soliciting for accountability from the government rather than giving excuses.

HE SAID…..

When he released the song ‘FEM’ in 2020, a title that loosely translate to ‘shut up’ in Yoruba. He didn’t know it would become a major #EndSARS protest anthem. As youth banded together to demand the government to take action to end police brutality in Last year October.”

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