Wizkid/Drake vs Davido/J. Cole: Rivalry blows hot as fans get into messy fight (See details)

The fan rivalry between two of Africa’s pop giant, Wizkid and Davido just got messier.

Following the electrifying performance Davido gave at the Dreamville festival, put together by US rap star, J. Cole, fans have been clamoring the fact that Wizkid has just shut down the 02 Arena in London alongside his frequent American collaborator, Drake.

Davido was introduced on stage by J. Cole at Dreamville Festival in North Carolina.

The Star Boy was brought on stage at the O2 Arena in London Monday night April 8 by Drake to play out their hit single, Come Close during his Assassination Vacation Tour.

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Dressed in an all-black outfit, Canadian megastar brought ‘Wizzy’ out with him to add more adrenalin to a crowd already getting serenaded by his performance.

Wizkid’s was welcomed with a noisy cheer from the group who were eager to appreciate the tune as well as observe the African Starboy in front of an audience who has additionally been without anyone else smaller than normal visit recently covering distinctive urban communities in America, from Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal and Edmonton.


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While all of this went down last night, fans of both Davido and Wizkid are clashing online, with Davido’s fans mentioning that OBO performed alongside the likes of J. Cole, SZA, 6LACK, and Nelly others at Cole’s hometown, Dreamville (watch video below).

But that isn’t enough to calm the fans of Wizkid as they have even brought in the sales status between Drake and J. Cole – saying who’s the bigger artiste.

Fans are currently comparing the superstardom of both Wizkid and Drake (as a team) versus that of Davido and J. Cole.

See the tweets below…

Meanwhile, Davido is currently taking his second swing at the American music scene.

He is trying again this year after failing to win over the elusive U.S market in 2016, despite signing a deal with US record label, Sony Music.

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“Honestly, when I tried to cross to the American market, it didn’t work,” he admitted in an interview with Shade 45’s Sirius XM on Tuesday, February 26, 2019.

Davido is not the first person to try to crack this tough nut. Fellow Nigerian pop star Wizkid started to ease his way into the difficult American music market in 2012 with his bromance with international singer Chris Brown. This resulted in a song with the foreign music act called ‘African Bad Girl’ in late 2014. Before this song, he collaborated with rapper Wale in a 2013 track called ‘Drop’, and ‘Murder’ which was featured in Wizkid’s second album ‘Ayo.’ It was released in 2014.

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He got a major break in 2015 when Drake did a remix to Wizkid’s sensational single ‘Ojuelegba’. “I think I put up something on my Instagram and Drake heard it and was like ‘yo dawg that shiii sounds crazy. We need to do something for my album real quick” he told Ebro during his Beats 1 on Apple Music interview.

His international profile continued to rise as he continued to collaborate with the famous rapper. He was featured on ‘One Dance’, one of the lead singles from Drake’s album, ‘Views’ in 2016. It was streamed over 1 million times on Spotify and got him a Grammy nod the next year.

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In spite of their initial failed attempts at cracking up open this market, both Wizkid and Davido have done really well for themselves. They have both turned into two of Africa’s biggest musicians taking Afrobeats to the world with back-to-back hit singles, pricey endorsement deals, sold out concerts all over the world, global tours and great streaming numbers.


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