Davido’s ‘A Good Time’ album surpasses 200 million streams on Spotify

Nigerian singer Davido, keeps breaking records and his album ‘A Good Time’ has added another cap to his array of achievements.

The music star’s second studio album, ‘A Good Time’ has exceeded 200 million streams on Spotify, a huge feat for a Nigerian act on the platform.

The album which features guest appearances from stars like Chris Brown, Wurld, Naira Marley, Zlatan Ibile and Summer Walker has also broken the DMW boss’ record as his highest-streamed project of all time.

A Good Time has now become the second highest-streamed album by an African artiste on the music streaming platform.

The ‘Jowo’ singer had also announced in July 2020 that the album has amassed 1 billion streams on all digital streaming platforms.

In other reports, a sex worker recently took to social media to expose Davido as one of her clients, as she also narrated their encounter while leaking their chat.

@xDarlingNicky, took to Twitter to narrate her encounter with the popular Nigerian singer, as she said he was reluctant to make payments after she rendered her service to him.

She wrote on Twitter;

Davido contacted me for escort services and really tried not paying me Face with tears of joy “celebrities” man.. this is exactly how you get exposed.

A friend who had worked with him referred me to him. Only after confirming with them that he paid, did I accept his invite.

I spoke to his friend who was in the room when shit went down. He and Davido contacted me the next day asking if I had friends to come with next time. I reminded his friend I was never paid.

I sent a heart just in case he didn’t see my message with my zelle in it. This was his & my response..

& I ain’t tripping off the money I’m tripping off the respect. I’m totally cool with charging shit to the game, that’s game, sometimes that’s what SW’s have to go through, but to play you gotta pay. Someway somehow

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