- Singer Davido is part of a new international music collaboration coming soon
- Hollywood actor, Idris Elba, made the revelation during a radio interview on Captial FM
- Elba said he has a song with the Nigerian superstar and US rapper, Megan Thee Stallion
Top Nigerian singer Davido has a number of international music collaboration to his credit but it appears the DMW boss and his team members are not resting on their oars.
Just recently, Hollywood actor, Idris Elba, made an interesting revelation while speaking with MistaJam on UK-based radio station, CapitalFM, Hotnewhiphop reports.
Elba who also doubles as a DJ disclosed that he has been working on putting out more music. The actor said he has a song with Davido and Megan Thee Stallion on the way.
Elba was quoted to have said:
“I've got a bit of a banger, I don't want to say too much but me, Megan Thee Stallion, and Davido that's coming. Shout out to the fanatics.”
See Davido's reaction below:
Similarly, the actor also added that he is looking forward to collaborating with Taylor Swift in future.
"She is an incredibly hard-working person, she isn't resting on her achievements. To perform live with her would be fun and hopefully, we can make that happen."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously gathered the report of a young lady identified as Oluwafumilayo Omolara Makinde who publicly applied to be Davido's private pilot.
Makinde hoped for a favourable response as she attached her pilot school graduation certificate to the pitch.
The lady's attempt at working for Davido stirred massive conversations about unemployment.
In other news, Lionel Richie recently trended on social media when a snap of himself and his 30-year-old girlfriend surfaced on social media. It is reported that the 71-year-old American Idol judge is in a serious relationship with Lisa Parigi, 30.
The musician has been dating the beauty entrepreneur since 2014. The legendary US singer has a daughter who is older than Lisa. Nicole Richie is 39 years of age while her young sis, Sofia Richie, is 22.
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