While we speculated that the Busta Rhymes and Prayah remix for “Fall” (which came shortly after his announcement) was the remix Davido was referring to, the afropop titan promises an even bigger collaborator, and we have reason to believe it’s J. Cole.
Davido has an unreleased song with J Cole. pic.twitter.com/ggkW7zROqz
— Africa Facts Zone (@AfricaFactsZone) March 3, 2019
During his US press run, Davido sat down with Ebro to discuss his plans for the future. As well as promising us an album this year and sharing his hopes of hosting a show at the prestigious Madison Square Gardens, Davido also revealed that he’s still yet to drop that “big remix” for “Fall”.
While this revelation certainly cleared up the fact that the Busta Rhymes and Prayah remix was just a warm-up for the main event, Davido continued to withhold the official remix’s featured artist, keeping us guessing still.
Now, after a recent Instagram post silently exposing an unreleased Davido track featuring J. Cole, we can’t help but assume that the Grammy-nominated, record-shattering rapper is the big star Davido has enlisted for the remix.
Of course, Davido frequently collaborates with American artists, so this collaboration with J. Cole might be an entirely new song. Still, either outcome is incredibly exciting, and we cannot wait to hear what both stars deliver on a track together.
Until then, listen to the history-making original below:
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