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Watch Kuami Eugene's Vibrant Music Video "Meji Meji" Featuring Davido

This Ghanaian and Nigerian link up will make your day.

Ghana's Kuami Eugene has been an artist to watch—especially as he shows himself to hold his own on collab tracks.

The music video for his latest, "Meji Meji" featuring Davido, is here. Its upbeat vibe shines through as the two crooners go about their day in Ghana, singing sweet nothings to their love interests.

"Meji Meji" was produced by Fresh VDM, with the video directed by Twitch & Rex.

Take a look at the vibrant video below.

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Davido and Normani Link Up with Quavo on New Track, 'Swing'

African Twitter has their thoughts on Davido's latest international collab—and they're hilarious.

Just last week we got wind that Davido will be featured on Quavo's new album, Quavo Huncho.

The anticipated LP is here and everyone (including ourselves) dug right into the song "Swing," which also features former Fifth Harmony member Normani.

"Swing" is a groovy, afrobeats-lite track that was produced by French Montana, Murda Beatz and G Koop (the instrumental gives us "Unforgettable" vibes). As Normani holds the reigns of the track with her strong voice and Davido gets the job done with his brief verse, you'll hear all three croon about swinging and being sexually open.

Take a listen below.

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Davido Is Set Feature On Quavo's New Album, 'Quavo Huncho'

The Migos rapper teased his record's features on Instagram.

It looks like Quavo's debut album is on the decks and nearly ready to go.

Although Quavo Huncho was pushed back from its September release, it now seems we'll be getting it soon, as the Migos rapper teased a new list of the features on the record.

In a handwritten note posted to his Instagram, Quavo mentions his Migos partners Offset and Takeoff, as well as Davido, Drake, Cardi B, 21 Savage, Travis Scott, Kid Cudi, and Saweetie.

This would be yet-another win for Davido in international markets, as it makes the Nigerian star the only African artist featured on the record.

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