Davido couldn't hold his excitement. Soon after waiting for deadline day to pass, he jumped on Twitter to celebrate his achievement: another international feature, broadening his net to new horizons. Davido's infectious style, melodious as it may seem, is still only beginning to gain traction in select North American markets. His collaboration "We Too Fly" with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie on International Artist was arguably the best cut on the entire record, much to Davido's credit.
On "SWING" Davido is given a less commanding role, as Fifth Harmony's Normani figures more prominently as the "Tammi Terrell" to Quavo's "Marvin" alter-ego. "SWING" is implicitly about finding the right sweet talk to get the wheels in motion on a ravenous night. All the hot rappers and singers who've been caught "cuffing" in the club, still operate on the under, especially when they're out of province, like say in Nigeria or something.
Big ups to Davido for securing the bag on this one. The Afrobeats takeover is definitely in full-SWING.
The darker the berry, the sweeter the juice
Whenever you're ready, I'm ready to move
She said don't keep me waiting
Now she's in the mood
Whenever you're ready, I'm ready to move gyal
I'll take you to Africa
You won't see my type of car
The same one that Cardi got.