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Video: Davido – Sweet In The Middle ft. Wurld, Naira Marley, Zlatan

Entertainment Videos Video: Davido – Sweet In The Middle ft. Wurld, Naira Marley, Zlatan

Davido - "Sweet In The Middle" ft. Wurld, Naira Marley, Zlatan

Ahead of ‘A Good Time’ With Davido Lagos Fest, OBO dishes out the visuals for his hit song “Sweet In The Middle“.

Davido Music Worldwide premieres the official music video for the latest hit song in town, “Sweet In The Middle” by Davido. He featured Naira Marley, Zlatan and Wurld on this sure banger.

Sweet In The Middle‘ is off Davido‘s ‘A Good Time’ album. It was lovely by many and became an instant hit off the album. Naira Marley‘s gentle vibe surprised everyone, Nigeria’s current male vocalist, Wurld made a major contribution that to the song international. Production credit comes from Shizzi.

The video was shot in Nigeria by JM Films… This a movie and Davido promises it to be the best 2019 got. Watch and Enjoy!

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