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Davido's Major Individual Music Awards That Changed His Life

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The Nigerian songwriter and singer Davido in no doubt has stretched his mark and established himself as a king in the field of Afrobeat music currently following how he has deployed numbers of satisfying hit songs to the beauty of the Nigerian music firm.

Due to the aftermath of his success in the Nigerian music firm, his mark has earned him tremendous major music awards that have best described his qualities.

In this article, we would discuss Davido’s individual major music awards that changed his life_ they are many but we would detail the individual music prizes that changed his life.

Davido’s Major Individual Music Awards That Changed His Life

Dynamix All Youth Award

This was recognized as Davido’s first-ever musical award. However, this came when he was still young trying to build his career.

In 2011, the Nigerian songwriter and singer Davido was nominated for the music award which even boosted his form in the firm.

He went ahead to win the treble out of some big names nominated behind him. This was termed his first career music award.

Perhaps he still didn’t gain fame internationally after this award.

MOBO music award

His confidence boosted consistently and Davido was recognized as one of the hottest artists in Nigeria ranging from the top-notch music he dishes out via his schedules. This gifted his fame with a standard fan base.

He was further nominated in the MOBO annual music awards in 2014 that he emerged as the winner of the competition.

He was nominated for several categories entitled the best African Act and the Best International Act. Wizkid however overshadowed him in the category of the Best International Act and he emerged as the winner of the Best African Act category.

MTV Europe music awards

He was nominated in 4 categories but only emerged as a winner in two categories.

This particular award gifted Davido his international recognition. People loved him beyond limits describing the qualities in him.

Many Nigerians were surprised at how Davido was nominated for the music awards mainly dominated by international music maestros.

African Muzik magazine award

In 2017, Davido stormed Africa by surprise surpassing other top artists nominated behind him to emerge as the best winner at the 2017 Affrima award.

He was nominated for 6 possible awards and emerged as a winner in two categories.

He was nominated in the category of the Artist of the year and song of the year which he won with his hit song “IF”

His scale was enlarged after beating other artists to emerge as the Artist of the year in 2017.

BET Awards

In this aspect, the Nigerian Afrobeat beast emerged as the winner of the show two times which happened in 2014 and 2018.

In 2014, Davido was nominated alongside International top artists for the BET music awards in the category of the International act Africa where he emerged as the winner surpassing all the big names despite his new impact in the world music industry.

Again in 2018, Davido has named the International best act via the qualities he deployed in his most songs. This was recognized as the biggest Davido career music award ever.

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