Kanye West remixes Davido’s 'If' song with mass choir, video goes viral

Kanye West remixes Davido’s 'If' song with mass choir, video goes viral

Popular American rapper, Kanye West, who also recently turned into a devout Christian, has remixed Davido's popular song, If, in a choir arrangement.

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In a video posted by Davido on his Instagram page on Monday, 16 December, Kanye swapped the chorus of the If song with We Love You as the instrumentalist strummed the beats that remind of the over-96-million-views song.

The "We love you" chorus could be seen as a rehash of If's "If I tell you say I love you o baby. My body, my money na your own o, baby".

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the now born-again rapper was spotted in Miami, USA on Sunday, 8 December, with his whole band literally wearing silver.

The American was on sight for his second opera, Mary, held at Miami Marine Stadium on the final day of Art Basel. From head to toe, the 42-year-old looked shiny in silver with a baggy outfit and paint all over his body.

He was wearing his new collection of the Adidas slides which were also covered in silver with socks to match. The opera was all about Mary the mother of Jesus and events surrounding the birth of the son of God.

This was his second performance after not making an appearance on stage for the first one, called Nebuchadnezzar.

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On Nebuchadnezzar, Kanye served as the narrator and Sheck Wes, the nominal Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar. Back in October, he released his album, Jesus is King, a Christian hip-hop album that set a unique sales records by topping all billboard categories.

The father of four featured his young family in the video to one of the hit songs in the album, Closed, on Sunday.

On the artiste's political career, he revived speculation that he may throw his hat in the political ring during an interview in New York on Thursday, 21 November.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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