Having released his 3rd studio album ‘A Better Time’, visionary, singer and label boss, Davido opened up to The Guardian Live magazine about what he hoped to be remembered for.
Davido expressed via his social media page on Sunday, the 15th of November 2020 that he hoped to be remembered beyond his musical talents but for how he served humanity, these revelations were concealed in his interview with The Guardian Live magazine. In his words:
I would want to be remembered for a lot, not just music to be honest. That I served for humanity, I served for the people and a lot of people gained from my blessing, I gave my family a good name and I gave Africa a good name.
“I would want to be remembered for a lot, not just music to be honest. That I served for humanity, I served the people and a lot of people gained from my blessing. I gave my family a good name, I gave my country a good name, I gave Africans a good name” – Davido – pic.twitter.com/ax16w5AH9z
— Davido (@davido) November 15, 2020
The DMW boss is credited for the career success of Mayorkun, Perruzi, Dremo and others when he signed them to his label which was founded in 2016. He also used his influence to socially and physically promote the EndSARS movement against police brutality.
Davido is currently making his visionary dreams a reality by backing his words with actions in the present.