The award-winning Nigerian singer, Davido, is ready to be back on stage and on tour.
In his first interview since his break from the spotlight, the beloved singer touched on his marriage to Chioma Rowland, his album Timeless, his challenging times, and his future plans.
The exclusive interview, which was conducted by skitmaker Kiekie, also saw him touch on music, his label DMW, his talented new signees, and his upcoming concert.
For the first time since he got married, Davido happily announced to the world that he is married.
Showing off his wedding ring, he told viewers that he got married during his break.
Also, Davido revealed that he spent the time reflecting on family, remaking his album, and thinking.
On his future plans, Davido stated that he is ready to get back on the road, hit the stage, and go on tours.
“Just being away, I have had a lot to think about, time to rest, reflect on a lot of family time, and definitely a time to make music again and remake the album.
Before I went on break, I actually had an album ready. I travelled, it was cr@zy. I am married. A lot of different things but we’re ready to get back on the road, tour…..”.
When Kiekie asked if he missed his fans, lovers and well wishers. Davido said, “Definitely, I have never taken these kind of break”.
Davido traditionally weds Chioma
Africanglitz reported in November that Davido and Chioma had their traditional wedding following the loss of their son.
The Gistlovers blog had alleged that the singer secretly got married to Chioma after their son’s death.
The traditional wedding, which was done in his father’s house, had few family friends in attendance with no camera allowed.
According to the blog, Chioma’s bride price had been paid in full.
Recall that Davido had vowed to marry Chioma next year, but after the tragedy happened, the singer speedily wed her.
The traditional wedding was held on November 6th, to console Chioma and assure her of her place with Davido.
Because of the tragedy surrounding their marriage, Davido couldn’t perform his Umunna rites, and as such, he and Chioma weren’t fully married according to the Igbo laws.
Davido pays Chioma’s bride price in full at Ezeala Odu, Imo State
In January, Davido finally paid Chioma’s bride price (Umunna) in full at Ezeala Odu, Imo State.
The singer had paid in full to the Umunna group in Owerre, Nkworji Ezeala of the Nkwerre Local Government Area in Imo State.
In photos and videos posted online, Chioma’s dad could be seen performing the Umunna and Umuada rites.