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Davido: View from the top cover shoot – Behind the Scenes

By Guardian Exclusive
15 November 2020   |   6:46 am
In Nigeria, coming from a wealthy elite family means that your life path has almost certainly already been charted for you so you don’t have to stray too far but if you venture out on your own to “do your own thing” and eventually make it big and become a global sensation, you would only be the guy or girl that did it after Davido.

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