Hold onto your seats, music lovers, because the one and only Davido just dropped a bombshell at the 23rd BET Awards! This Nigerian Afrobeats sensation, also known as David Adeleke, set the stage on fire with an electrifying performance at the star-studded event held at the Microsoft Theater in sunny Los Angeles, California.

Davido took the audience on a wild ride as he flawlessly delivered a medley of his chart-topping hits ‘Feel’ and ‘Unavailable,’ both featured on his latest masterpiece, ‘Timeless.’ The crowd couldn’t help but surrender to the infectious beats, jumping and streaming with pure joy.

It’s worth noting that Davido’s remarkable presence on that BET Awards stage made him the second Nigerian artist to grace “Culture’s Biggest Night.” Last year, it was Fireboy DML who seized the moment, riding the wave of his massive hit ‘Peru’.

But that’s not all! Before his mind-blowing performance, Davido sat down for an exclusive interview with Billboard’s very own Neena Rouhani. They dove deep into the explosive rise of afrobeats in the USA, discussing its impact and the incredible journey that brought Davido to this pivotal moment in his career.

So, get ready to dance, sing, and lose yourself in the mesmerizing tunes of Davido’s latest musical extravaganza. It’s clear that this Nigerian superstar is taking the world by storm, one thrilling performance at a time. Stay tuned for more thrilling updates from the world of music and entertainment!

He said, “I feel good performing tonight. It should be big. It should be amazing; it’s the first time I’m performing at the [BET] Awards, and I’m excited.”

“I remember when I used to live in America as an African, in Atlanta and in Alabama for a while. I used to share [African] music, play music for my American friends and they love it. So, I always knew if we had the opportunity to be heard, eventually it [afrobeats explosion] would happen.

“Shoutout to all the afrobeats artists killing it as well. Everybody putting in works, coming out here doing tours, spreading the gospel [of afrobeats]”.