What I aspire to achieve from music in coming years – Nwadavid Chibuchi

Talented Nigerian music artiste  Nwadavid Chibuchi, fondly referred to as Buchidavidss, has opened up on what he hopes to actualise from his foray into the music world.
Without  any doubt, Buchidavidss  is one of the hottest rising music artistes  rocking the country. Born to Igbo parents, Buchidavidss came to the fore in 2019, when he dropped  an EP, ‘Billion’ , featuring comedians, Josh2funny and Bellokreb. In 2020,  he dropped a single, ‘Never Seen’ (Kalakuta Vibe), featuring Afrowonder , receiving huge acclaim from loves in the country.
A year later,, Nwadavid Chibuchi dropped e another song, ‘Lati January’, featuring  Prodit and in a show of his consistency, the talented artiste in 2022/released  ‘Come Around’, which became a massive hit. The track was a mid tempo Afrofusion, which saw him sing to a love interest produced by Blaise Beatz. The video of the song has more than 56,000 views on YouTube.
Nwadavid Chibuchi followed up the success six months later with ‘Give Me Some’, in December 2022, which days after it was dropped in the market entered into the updated playlist of 49th Street, a pan-African media platform that promotes music, fashion and art by Africans. Like ‘Come Around’, his new song is raking in streaming figures on Deezers, iTunes, Spotify and other international music platforms.
Speaking in an interview with entertainment journalists, Buchidavidss said his objective is to toe the footsteps of Davido, Wizkid, Burna Boy by performing in his own sell-out show at a stadium outside the shores of Nigeria.
He also highlighted the challenges he hopes to overcome.
“Challenges include doing away with distractions and focusing on my goal. I want to sell out stadiums worldwide and become an A-list artiste.
“On the changes I will like to see in the industry, talented up-and-coming artistes should be supported with platforms. The sky is wide enough for all birds to fly”, said Nwadavid Chibuchi.
Besides his talents, Bchidavidss is reputed to have formed and created  his own brand of music, which he termed “Afroalte.”
“I will describe it as ‘afroalte’. I coined it myself, and it is a fusion of afrobeats and alternative music. I am working towards making it a globally accepted sound. After all, other genres that are now popular were started by someone,” pointed out Nwadavid Chibuchi.

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