Davido, probably Nigeria’s biggest artiste at the moment, is back in our faces and we love to see him arrive in such style with a huge BANG!!! The popular singer, David Adeleke, obviously have had enough rest after being away from public eye for close to 4 months. Now it’s straight to business as usual.
As a matter of facts, it’s safe for one to say Davido never even did take any time off as social media is still recovering from the banging new single ‘FEM’ recently released by the renowned musician.
Now, Davido is set to feature alongside Eddie Murphy and the likes in a star-studded sequel to the Hollywood 1988 classic Coming To America 2.
Confirming the news himself, he quoted the news while expressing his excitement about being part of the cast of the greatly anticipated movie.
Coming To America 2 – the sequel to its original released in 1988 – is set to be released on December 17, 2020 and our very own superstar singer is part of the amazing cast.
The Hollywood movie which has continued to make waves since the 1980s stars actors like Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, James Earl Jones, and Paul Bates as its main cast.
The movie will feature alongside some of the part 1 cast including top Hollywood actors and artistes like Jermaine Fowler, Wesley Snipes, Tracy Morgan, Leslie Jones, KiKi Layne, Rick Ross, Luenell, Rotimi, Teyana Taylor and Michael Blackson.
In the sequel, former Prince Akeem is set to become King of Zamunda when he discovers he has a son he never knew about in America – a street-savvy Queens native named Lavelle. Honouring his father’s dying wish to groom this son as the crowned prince, Akeem and Semmi set off to America.
Meanwhile, since Davido released FEM that saw him return to social media, reviews and several reactions have not stopped coming in from fans and critics alike from all over Nigeria.
In just four days of the FEM’s release, the song has gathered over 10m views and over 11,000 comments on YouTube. While some people have described the song as one of Davido’s best songs yet, others have simply maintained that the song is not worth the hype around it.