‘I’m Quitting Music After My Next Album,’ Davido Announces

Superstar Nigerian afrobeats musician, David Adeleke, professionally known as Davido, has hinted at quitting music after his next album.

The ‘Unavailable’ crooner revealed that he would quit music after his next album.

Davido gave this hint on Thursday night while reacting to the recent pictures and videos doctored against him by some blogs.

He claimed that some persons desperately want him out of the music industry.

“Yall niggas really want me out the game that bad ?? Oya after next album I no do again . So una fit get peace,” he wrote on his X handle.

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Africa Today News, New York recalls that Davido recently stated that since he came into the industry, most of his colleagues haven’t experienced peace of mind.

Recall that Davido had earlier declared that the era of his fourth studio album titled ‘Timeless’ has come to an end.

The singer stated this on Wednesday while sharing the video of ‘Kante’ featuring Fave, which was one of the standout tracks from the Grammy-nominated album.

He appreciated his family and fans for their unwavering support, noting that their support has been the backbone of the era.

Davido said he now looks forward to a new era of new music and new milestones.

On his X handle, he wrote: “Dropping the ‘Kante’ video today, and I’m flooded with emotions. This isn’t just a release—it marks the end of our ‘Timeless’ era. From every ticket sold to every city we visited, your love and energy turned every moment into history. We’ve faced everything—from sold-out shows and sleepless nights to the highest of highs and lowest of lows and through it all, God kept us standing!

“To my fans and family – Thank you is not enough. Your support has been the backbone of this era. As we close this chapter, know that you fueled our journey.

“The ‘Timeless’ era is ending, but our story continues. New chapters, new music, new milestones await and I can’t wait to step into them with you. We are about to go bigger than ever.”

Africa Today News, New York

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