In Summary

  • Davido and Koffi Olomide’s collabo dubbed ‘Legende’ has elicited mixed reactions online.
  • A section have termed the new piece of work as a ‘Miss’ or simply a flop.
  • Davido joins a growing list of African Urban contemporary singers like Tiwa Savage, Diamond and Nandy who have collaborated with the Congolese Rhumba maestro.

Davido and Koffi Olomide’s collaboration dubbed ‘Legende’ has elicited mixed reactions online with a section terming the new piece of work a ‘MISS’.

The Rhumba Soukous vibe has failed to ignite the nerves of Davido’s fans despite the video’s grandiose.

It has a mixture of both indoor and outdoor set ups with good picture mode.

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Opulence is also on display judging from the back grounds fitting the artists status.

The video models too ooze confidence while going about in their routine dances.

Indeed, millions must have been spent in creating this masterpiece.

However, Davido’s Rhumba Soukous route seems to have taken off on a bad footing with fans not feeling the vibe.

Davido performing in a past show PHOTO Courtesy

 

Fans Reactions

Within 20 hour mark, the song had already amassed 213, 410 vies on You Tube and still counting.

The commentary section was also flooding with reaction after the other.

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We sampled a few below.

“This song is NO for me too much noise”

“Koffi and Davido combination don’t click! Davido should not force things with Koffi! Koffi and Diamond mix is a real deal. This song does not cut it! Bad”

“This is a MISS”

“Nonsensical song”

However, despite the dissenting voices, others ruled that the collabo was on point.

“Very good Koffi”

“Davido the Godfather”

“Two Legends of Africa”

“Kuna melody flani hapa uncle kaweka ni hatari, Davido pia kakaa vizuri humu, wapiga magitaa wamenipeleka mbali sana enzi za magitaa ya peponi, this song will be fun on live show it can extend to 10 minutes easy on live”

Davido joins a growing list of African Urban Contemporary artists like Tiwa Savage, Diamond Platinumz and Nandy who have collaborated with the Congolese Rhumba maestro.

 

 

 

 

 

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