These are the top 10 Davido songs with the most memorable lyrics
The history of afrobeat and afro-pop will not be complete until you add the story of Davido, and here are his top 10 songs with the most memorable lyrics.
Davido, came in, exactly ten years ago and instantly became a star. He did it effortlessly too, and his work rate is impressive. After a full decade, OBO has done it all.
here is a ranking of his top ten songs ever, in no particular order.
This will forever be a bop! “Skelewu” had people stretching their hands forth and dancing all-around 2014.
Definitely one of David’s best-ever songs with catchy lyrics.
That one-time Davido tried out a very low tempo, and guess what, he killed it!
Not a lot of artists can pull that off if we’re being honest.
“Fall” is Davido‘s biggest song ever for a reason, a song doesn’t just come and shatter streaming records unless it is an actual banger in 2017, this was quite the tune.
For Davido, “IF” was the beginning of a new era. The era where he transformed from local to international superstar.
This song was the start of that process.
5. Dami Duro
Considering that “Dami Duro” introduced Davido to the music industry, and brought him into the limelight, it should actually be number one on this list, don’t you think?
Arguably Davido‘s most creative jam, the song has a storyline and is well illustrated.
Jams like this are why Davido is in a league of his own.
This song came after Davido lost a member of his crew, and was in some kind of scandal. “Fia” leveraged on that situation and it was an instant hit. It capped Davido‘s impressive 2017 run.
8. Nwa Baby
In this single, Davido showed just how good he is, he flexed his vocals and his songwriting skills. It’s a top-notch love song that’s very important to his career.
Most people who didn’t know Davido from back in the day wouldn’t know he could do some R&B vibes.
“Ekuro” which is a hit from his first album, is a calm tune and was a follow-up to “Dami Duro.”
The only way you don’t know how big this song was is if you weren’t alive last year.
This was literally the biggest song in Nigeria, in 2020.