Davido discloses how he made his hit song If

Davido’s latest song ‘If’ is currently trending all over the country, besides the fact that Tekno is the one who produced it, the popular musician Duncan Mighty also had a hand in making this song a hit.

Omo Baba Olowo revealed via Twitter that the Port Harcourt based musician inspired and influenced him while he was making If. He also revealed that he would love to have him on the remix of the song.

Obviously excited by Davido’s revelation, Duncan Mighty also expressed his desire to oblige him. He also wrote via Twitter.“IF was inspired by Duncan mighty … don’t mind a remix later on with him”.

Produced by Tekno, If is currently topping Nigerian and Ghanaian iTunes chart. The song is Davido’s first mega hit in a long time.
Meanwhile, Duncan Mighty revealed via his Instagram page that he would be producing songs for the likes of stars like Olamide, Phyno, Vector and Kcee.

Davido’s fans are responding positive to the song. One of the fans Oluwatobi Ibironke wrote on twitter
“I figured out that the mojo of the song, IF, is the sound. Even with the light instrumentation, the sound oozes of quality. I haven’t heard Davido more comfortable on a sound in recent times, thanks to Tekno for the production.
However, Davido deserves credit for giving the song a good vibe. The tempo of the song blends well with Davido’s habitual show off lyrics. This good blend makes the song enjoyable. I’d say ‘IF’ is a good record”

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