Davido’s “Na Money” Song Crosses 4 Million Views On YouTube

BY Nii Ogbamey Tetteh January 16, 2024 8:20 PM EDT
Davido Photo source: Instagram/@davido

In barely four weeks, the official video for Na Money, one of the superb records off Davido’s Timeless album, has racked in over 4 million views.  As of January 16, 2034, the audio version had also recorded over 14 million streams on Audiomack alone.

The video, said to have been shot in Paris, France, depicts all the characters and artistes in high-end costumes in an elite setting.

Davido posted excerpts of the production online sometime in December 2023, describing the Grammy-nominated Timeless album as one of his “special projects.”

Na Money blends African rhythms smoothly while incorporating modern instrumentation, supported by sweet vocals from Angélique Kidjo and The Cavemen.

The video has been praised for its depth and qualities, and it is therefore not surprising the positive response it has attracted so far.

The current data on Na Money video may just be the tip of the iceberg, as observers will be looking forward to other milestones the well-rated visual could attain.

African Legend, Angélique Kidjo, and Grammy contender Davido have been an inspiration to many music enthusiasts as they continue to stamp their authority in the industry with their distinct talent and creativity.

Davido in December announced an extension of his Timeless Tour, saying he cannot wait to entertain his fans. He hosted a series of Timeless concerts throughout December in Nigeria and Ghana.

From April 17–24, 2024, he will appear on stages at the Madison Square Garden, Montréal and the Financial Arena in Orlando in Part two of the Timeless Tour.

In December, the Timeless album topped Spotify’s 2023 most-streamed album in sub-Saharan Africa. Similarly, the enticing artiste reached over 400 million streams on Spotify in 184 countries.

Apart from Angélique Kidjo and The Cavemen, the album has other guest appearances, including Focalistic, Skepta, Asake, Dexta Daps, Musa Keys. In addition to other recognitions, the album was also named among Billboard’s Best 50 Albums of 2023.