May D has managed to remain relevant in the music industry despite not enjoying as much attention as he used to get and joining Davido’s label looks like a move in the right direction.
He took to social media to make the announcement by writing, “My New Family, I’m So Excited! PROBLEM #DMW #30BG #CONFAMENT @davidoofficial ”
May D recently called out P-Square lamenting the fate he suffered when he worked with them as a signed artist on their Square Records.
He has to his credit songs like Ile Ijo and Gat Me High both from his Chapter One album released in 2013 and a feature on P-Square’s Chop My Money remix.
See some reactions below:
Davido has done it again. He signed May D to the strongest record label right now in Nigeria, DMW.
Retweet if Davido is your GOAT 💪
— Tunde Ednut (@TundeEddnut) July 18, 2020
Imagine having three wonderful song writers in just one Label.
Mister May D
DMW is on Fire 🔥
God Bless Davido😩
— Tife🌚 (@Tife_fabunmi) July 18, 2020
Davido be doing great things, baba just signed Mr May D
I am officially leaving Wizkid Fc today to join Davido Fc 😩
— The Ómó Ìbó 🤸🏾🃏 (@chinazzar_) July 18, 2020
May D is now DMW activated!! obo is the best thing to ever happen to Nigerian music industry… Always lifting people up
May D X Davido out soon!! 🔥pic.twitter.com/fDdnkVpqo4
— Vinnie (@vinz6199) July 18, 2020
Davido signing May D is a really good gesture. You may not like him or his music, but his generosity cannot be denied.
"Kindness is like butter, you get the best result when you spread it around". https://t.co/NRjSF5IY0g
— SECRETARY♠️ACE™ (@SecretaryAce) July 18, 2020
Even if Cynthia Morgan no get airtime, borrow na. Congrats Mister May D for honoring Davido’s clarion call to DMW. 😁
— M i a 🧣 (@sisimiaa) July 18, 2020
May D served us some of the best Afro pop songs in the last decade.
Gat me high
So many tinz
And let’s not forget his part in Chop my money rmx
Now that Davido has signed him to DMW, with their hot producers, it’s only gonna get crazier 😫🔥
— Oscar-Romero (@mroscarromero) July 18, 2020
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