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5 Mar
As Wizkid continues to soar as a global billboard of African music, Grammy-winning rapper, Jermaine Cole, has enlisted the singer to be among the main performing acts at the much-anticipated Dreamville Festival, in North Carolina, United States.
23 Mar 2019
It is now confirmed that Nigeria’s Davido is on the bill for this year’s Dreamville Festival put together by rapper J. Cole, in partnership with his own Dreamville Records and the Texas-based ScoreMore Shows.
1 Sep 2018
Davido makes the list in the lineup for J.Cole's Dreamville Festival. With this, the Nwa Baby will be the only African to perform at the festival. 1st ever. Dreamville Festival. 9/15 see you in 2 weeks.— J. Cole (@JColeNC) August 31, 2018 In April, Davido performed at the  Castlelite unlocks concert in Lagos which had…


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