Davido Full Biography, Songs, Lifestyle, and Networth

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David Adedeji Adeleke a.k.a Davido was born on October 19th 1993 in Lagos, Nigeria to Adeleke Adedeji and Joke Moneefa. His middle name is Adediji which means “the crown prince.” He attended the British International School in Lagos before he left to pursue music full-time

Davido Bio Data Information

Full NameDavid Adedeji Adeleke
State Of OriginOsun State
Place Of BirthAtlanta, Georgia, United States
OccupationSinger • Songwriter
NationalityNigerian, American
Known asDavido
ChildrenHailey Veronica Adeleke, David Adedeji Adeleke Jr., Aurora Imade Adeleke
Born21 November 1992 (age 29 years old)

Early Life

David Adeleke a.k.a Davido, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter from the city of Lagos, who is signed to Sony Music Entertainment Africa. Davido music career started at a young age when he began composing music to entertain himself and his friends. In 2010, he released his first studio album, Omo Baba Olowo, which reached number one on the Billboard World Albums Chart and was ranked as the second best-selling album in Nigeria that year.

In 2011, he signed a record deal with Sony Music Entertainment and released his first studio album Ídó Úkù in 2014, He also has a record label named Davido Music Worldwide.

He first gained international recognition in 2012 with his single “Omo Alhajara”, which became a top-10 hit on various local Nigerian radio stations.


He has been nominated for several awards, including the BET Awards, MTV Video Music Award, and Billboard Music Award. In 2018 he released his debut studio album “Child of the World”. In 2019 he began a world tour to promote his latest release.

Davido networth is estimated to be $30 million USD as of 2019.

Career and Songs

Some of David’s hit songs include: “If”, “Owo Ni Koko”, “Gbon Gbon Pon Ami” among others.

In 2018, he released his third studio album called “30 Billion” which includes tracks such as: “FIA”, “Talk I Do”, “Mama” and more. Davido’s other notable singles include “Back When”, “Owo Ni Koko” and “Kiss”.

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