Nigerian afrobeats singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has said he would be excited if he wins a Grammy.
He, however, maintained that he didn’t release his latest album, ‘Timeless’ with the intention of winning awards.
Davido started this in a recent interview with Brut.
The ‘Dami Duro’ crooner said he is a digital artiste, but for his collaboration with The Cavemen and Grammy-award winning Beninese legend, Angélique Kidjo ‘Na Money’, he had to do a live record.
He said, “I was happy that I was out of my space and able to deliver that song [‘Na Money’]. Because I’m a digital artist; I record music digitally.
“But for that song [‘Na Money’], we had to record it live because The Cavemen record live.”
He continued, “If I win a Grammy, I will be happy, but I didn’t make this album [‘Timeless’] because I wanted to win anything.
“I made this album going into it, you know, happy, natural, you know what I’m saying!”