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Nigerians Reacts As Davido Signs May D To His Record Label DMW

May D has joined Davido Music World Wide (DMW).

Nigerian superstar, Davido has signed his fellow singer May D to his record label Davido Music Worldwide (DMW).

Nigerians Reacts As Davido Signs May D To His Record Label DMW 1

Davido’s owned DMW music label is a prestigious one and is also dubbed the 30 Billion Gang. The name DMW came into existence after Davido officially announced his break from HKN Music.

Boasting of talents like Davido himself, Peruzzi, Mayorkun, and Dremo to mention but a few, the label was launched in 2016 and is arguably one of Nigeria’s most thriving music labels.

May D, who was previously signed to Square Records, and was recently in the news after he accused Paul and Peter Okoye of now-defunct Psquare music group, of not fully taking care of him as an artiste under their label.

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The singer has now shared a good news via his Instagram page this morning, that he has been signed to DMW. He wrote: ‘My New Family, I’m So Excited ! PROBLEM #DMW #30BG #CONFAMENT .

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Positive reactions and praises are being heaped on Davido following the announcement that May D has signed with DMW. Below are some reactions to the news:

KanyiDaily recalls that weeks back, Davido took a break from social media and announced that he would be returning to social media after the release of his third album, ‘A Better Time,’ this July.

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