May D, The Singer Of “After Me Was Davido,” Discusses Introducing Amapiano Music To Nigeria In Her Statement.

Akinmayokun Awodumila, otherwise called May D, a Nigerian craftsman, has bragged acquainting the Amapiano melodic style with the neighborhood music scene.
Amapiano, a house music class that started in South Africa in 2012 and is a combination of profound house, jazz, and parlor music, is portrayed by synthesizers, breezy cushions, and wide percussive basslines, as per reports located by

May D’s attestation follows Davido’s analysis of South African record maker DJ Maphorisa for minimizing his commitment to the notoriety of Amapiano music in Africa and on second thought accusing Wizkid and Burna Kid.

May D, notwithstanding, guaranteed that he acquainted the melodic style with Nigeria and refered to prizes to help his case in a post that was distributed on Twitter.

He added that Davido was remaining close to him and kept on making claims about laying out the Nigeria-South Africa relationship.


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He tweeted: “Na me bring amapiano come Naija, and I have grants to demonstrate that! We began the Naija South African joint effort!

“I could do without saying sh*t like this, yet you all like putting me under the case, after me was Davido.”

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