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Davido Features Kanye West’s Sunday Service Choir For New Song “Stand Strong”

Davido has shared a snippet of the first song off his new album.

Nigerian singer, Davido has taken to social media to announce the release of his new song titled “Stand Strong” featuring Kanye West’s Sunday School Choir “The Samples”.

Davido Features Kanye West’s Sunday Service Choir For New Song "Stand Strong"

Davido – Stand Strong ft The Samples

Sharing a snippet of the project on his Twitter page, the singer said the song which is the first track off his upcoming album would be released on Friday, May 13.

Davido, who appears to be adopting Kanye West’s Sunday service style for the new song, said the track is special to him, adding that the project’s “conception has been different.”

He wrote, “For the first time I want to bring you into the other part of my world. The part where every day is a battle but I have no option but to ‘Stand Strong’. I present to you, the first single off my next album.”

“I know what I’ve experienced the past 10 years, and a lot of you have been through it all with me. But… have you really?

“This one is special to me. It’s different. The conception has been different. The mindset has been different. The making has been different. I know you love it when I make you dance, but now I want to make you feel. This one’s for everyone out there holding it up.”

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KanyiDaily recalls that Davido was recently featured in the official soundtrack for the 2022 FIFA World Cup alongside American singers, Trinidad Cardona and Aisha.

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