Davido returning to school


David Adedeji Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has announced intentions to further his education.

The prolific afro-pop act, who is signed to Sony Music Entertainment and co-owner DMW (Davido Music World), is a graduate of Music from Babcock University where he pioneered the department.

Davido, who is also the son of business mogul, Deji Adeleke attended the British International School in Lagos.

In a recent tweet, the award-winning singer, songwriter and entertainer announced his intentions of get a master’s degree.

“Going back to school for masters… I want it all!” he said.

Omo Baba Olowo, like he is popularly called, gained wide acceptance with his 2011 groundbreaking single titled “Dami Duro”.

Prior to that, he made a fine entrance into the music scene with his single early 2011 titled “Back When” which featured Naeto C.

His career has not reclined ever since with awards, endorsements, chart-topping songs credited to him.

In 2016, he released an EP entitled “Son of Mercy”.

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