Music Business

Davido is The Fader Magazine Feb/March 2016 Cover Star! (Exclusive)

Nigerian musician DAVIDO was today unveiled as the cover star for the February/March issue of U.S publication The FADER.

The cover shoot was shot by photographer Travys Owen in Davido’s home city of Lagos, Nigeria and is titled ‘The Global Issue.’ His cover story is available to read online at

Hardcopies of the magazine will hit stands worldwide on March 8th 2016.

Davido, who recently signed a global deal with Sony Music Entertainment is preparing to release his sophomore album later this year.

The FADER magazine is the definitive voice of emerging music and the lifestyle that surrounds it. Through in-depth reporting and a distinct street sensibility, The FADER aggressively covers the most dynamic breadth of music and style emanating from the fringes of the mainstream to the heart of the underground. The FADER is the authority on what’s next.

Davido joins global superstars such as Drake, Kanye West, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj whom have previously featured as cover stars for The Fader Magazine.

Read his full feature on Fader Magazine.





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