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Watch Russ & Davido's New Video For 'All I Want'

A hazy party jam.

Davido comes through with another international collaboration, this time linking up with US rapper Russ, who you probably know from singles like "Losin Control" and "What They Want."

While he's the featured artist on this new song, "All I Want," the Nigerian star in in the driver's seat here as he kicks off the song singing about the object of his desire and handles the hook.

Russ injects his own verse with mentions of joloff and suya before Davido returns to take control of the track again. Both artists' deliveries sit well over the hazy beats and keys crafted by producers Foreign Teck, OZ, and EY.


The new music video for "All I Want," directed by Edgar Esteves, follows Davido and Russ to a jam-packed house party and its pool.

Davido's been busy this year as he's collaborated with Casanova & Tory Lanez on "2AM", done "Bum Bum" with Zlatan, connected with DJ Neptune for "Démo," and hopped on "Firewood" with Fresh L. Meanwhile, his mega hit "Fall" is still on heavy rotation across the globe.

Watch the new music video for Russ and Davido's "All I Want" below.

Russ - All I Want (Feat. Davido) (Official Video) youtu.be

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