How Davido paid $15m to US radio houses to play his songs – Journalist alleges

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Davido paid $15m to US radio houses to play he songs - Journalist alleges

Controversial Nigerian journalist Kemi Olunloyo bad called out Nigerian music sensation David Adeleke aka Davido for paying a whopping sum of money to radio houses in the US to play his songs.

Davido who was a guest performer at Idris Elba’s wedding in Morocco on Saturday is said to have paid the sum of $15milllion to urban radio stations to play his songs on a 60-day media tour.

The journalist said that the ‘If’ singer pushes his song so hard, they land off the charts and that he’s so broke, he took an Uber home from the airport in America.

Davido paid $15M to many US urban radio stations to play his songs on a 60-day media tour. This act is called #Payola. Your songs are pushed so hard to land you on the charts. Regular artists don’t have to pay for radio play. He’s so broke now he took a Uber from the 🇺🇸airport home😁

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