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DAVIDO SIGNS 2 NEW ARTISTS TO HIS LABEL.

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Nigerian Musician Davido has signed two new artists to his DMW label.

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The two artists are Morravey and Logos Olori. Maorravey is a bred singer and songwriter. Whereas, Olori is well known for her skills to producing sensational Afro beats.

The New artists will be introduced first on the 31st of march in the year 2023 when Davido is set to launch his latest album entitled “Timeless”

DMW is all set to introduce its second constitution that will be better and big.

Davido is an International artist and him signing to artists in his label shows how far he sets to grow his brand and of course everybody knows Davido’s taste, and it’s to die for music.

Davido is currently getting ready for an Interview with Larry Madowo and we will keep you informed on how it will go down.

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