Nigerian social media users are accusing popular singer, Davido, of giving out his used clothes to His girlfriend’s cousin, Peruzzi and His producer Fresh. The music video of AZA, featuring Duncan Mighty and Peruzzi
The music video dropped hours yesterday, and in the video, Peruzzi and Fresh were spotted rocking exactly the same outfit Davido once rocked. Though some social media users argued that it’s nothing out of the ordinary, while others felt the need to point it out.
The much anticipated single produced by DMW’s Fresh VDM, which was released in the early hours of Tuesday, August 21 now has a visual representation to further announce it as a hit.
Shot on the waters and streets of Duncan Mighty’s home place of Port Harcourt, the video sees Davido and Peruzzi dressed in traditional attires as they walk into what looks like a traditional setting designed to honour a chief.
The video does well to capture real life happenings in the creeks of the Niger Delta region, as a woman is seen filtering crude oil from water and facial expressions of natives who gathered to catch a glimpse of Davido on the streets of Port-Harcourt adds colour to the visuals.The video for Aza was directed by Clarence Peters.
You can recall that Davido in a recent interview said that he is not interested in seeking international acceptance but only doing it as a pioneer of the movement.
The Popstar spoke on his debut into the industry, his career, future plans and how Africa is taking over the world.
Davido who has enjoyed a ground-breaking year following the success of his singles in 2017, has been travelling around the world performing at concerts and preparing for the release of his next album, which he has announced will be released in September. Speaking on getting love from the international scene, Davido responded saying
”To be honest, me, I’m not into this international stuff but I’m really doing it because I’m one of those people pioneering this movement. I have to put a cape on my back and do it for the culture but I always prefer being at home.”He also advised African artists based in Europe and trying to reach out to the audience in Nigeria to come back home.