Nigerian superstar Davido has once again taken Africa global with his latest studio album dubbed 'A Better Time'.
The album which was a prequel to his previous project 'A Good Time' (2019) has received countless praises since it's initial release in the last 72hours.
As of now 'A better Time' can surprisingly boast over one hundred million streams collated across various digital streaming platforms.
A feat achieved in just 3 days, the album stands as superior to WizKid's 'Made in Lagos' album which dropped few weeks before.
However 'Made in Lagos' could only attain a similar feat after nine streaming days though it was highly anticipated.
It's in our higher expectations that 'A better time' will surpass the billion streams Davido obtained from A Good time in the previous year.
'A Better Time' is currently Davido's 3rd studio Album and it houses 17 tracks with songs such as Holy ground, FEM, Jowo, Heaven, Something Fishy, Birthday Cake, I got a friend, Very Special, Shopping spree, The Best etc.
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