Davido is a Nigerian singer who is set to perform in Kenya at the Raha Festival which will take place at the Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi on the 30th and 31st March.

The artist is set to perform alongside Congolese singer Ya Levis, Musa Keys, and King Promise. 

Kenyans have highly anticipated the event and you can buy Tickets Here 

Davido rose to fame in 2012 after releasing "Dami Duro" the second single from his debut album Omo Baba Olowo.

Despite Davido coming from very a rich family, he ensured that all his hard work and success came from himself despite all the privilege he has.

The star has been heating headlines from 2013-2015 - he has released the hit single "Gobe" "One of a kind" and many more since then that have made major hits globally.

In 2016, Davido announced on Twitter that he had signed a record deal with Sony Music, and a few months later, he founded the record label Davido Music Worldwide, to which actsnDremo Yonda and Peruzzi signed.


In 2017, Davido re-negotiated his contract with Sony due to creative control issues and later released five singles including "If and Fall".

"If " generated worldwide social-media activity while "Fall" became the longest-charting Nigerian pop song in Billboard history.

The star has made big moves as of 2019, New African Magazine listed him as one of the most influential Africans.

In November 2023, Davido received three nominations at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards for "Unavailable", "Feel" and his album Timeless.

In January 2024, Davido received three nominations at the 55th NAACP Image Awards

He also performed at the FIFA 2023 which was a major hit last year.

Personal life

David Adedeji Adeleke AKA "Davido was born in 1992 November 21.

He was born in Atlanta Georgia.

He is regarded as one of the most important AfroBeats artists of the 21st century and he is credited alongside Burner Boy and Wizlkid for popularizing the genre globally.

Davido has six children, three boys[ one of whom is now deceased] and three girls.

On October 31st, 2022, the actor's son [Ifeanyi Adeleke Jr] drowned in the swimming pool at his father's Banana Island residence at just three years old at the time of his death.