Sony Music Tried To Change My Sound & I Fought – Davido

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Sony Music act Davido is in the news again, as he reveals what transpired between himself and the label executives.

Davido who isn’t one to shy away from making statements has opened up on a little in-house fight at Sony Music. The singer has currently taken the spot from Runtown to own the biggest song ‘IF’ in Africa.

The DMW boss on instagram explained that the Sony Music executives tried to change his sound to appeal to a global audience. This came in as he shared a video of American singer Omarion singing along to his smash hit ‘IF’. He also in his post revealed he fought to be allowed to stick to his culture and sound.

OBO wrote thus;

“The bro @1omarion feeling da ‘IF’ vibes! All last year , they tried to change my sound .. saying staying true to my culture wouldn’t work for me outside Africa! This year I fought and pleaded for ‘them’ to allow me make the music I know how to make and now see what’s happened!! MUSIC AINT GOT A LANGUAGE !! NOW I GOT THE BIGGEST SONG IN AFRICA ONCE AGAIN! THANK TO JAH!!”

 

The bro @1omarion feeling da 'IF' vibes! All last year , they tried to change my sound .. saying staying true to my culture wouldn't work for me outside Africa! This year I fought and pleaded for 'them' to allow me make the music I know how to make and now see what's happened!! MUSIC AINT GOT A LANGUAGE !! NOW I GOT THE BIGGEST SONG IN AFRICA ONCE AGAIN! THANK TO JAH!!

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