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Why did Davido leave HKN?

Why did Davido leave HKN?

Popular singer, Davido has revealed why he left HKN Music, his former record label to establish his own, DMW. In an interview with Guardian, the stellar musician said his exit from HKN was influenced by some of his family members.

Who are the members of DMW?

Prominent crew members of DMW include:

  • Asa Asika: DMW’s Talent Manager/Davido Manager.
  • Fresh: Music Producer.
  • Kiddominant: Music Producer.
  • DJ Ecool: DMW Disk Jockey.
  • Special Spesh: Davido’s Hypeman.
  • Umar Kayode: Director.
  • Sam Frank: Mayorkun’s Manager.
  • Sir Banko: President (Honorary)

Who is the owner of HKN?

Along with his elder brother Adewale Adeleke, Davido is the co-owner of HKN Music (a record label home to Sina Rambo, B. Red and DeeKay). Davido has produced songs for Naeto C, Skales, Tiwa Savage and Sauce Kid. In April 2012, he signed an endorsement deal with MTN Nigeria.

Who was on the crew of the Memphis Belle?

From Green Bay, WI. His first raid aboard the Belle was 14 Feb. 1943 to Hamm, Germany. A former building contractor and records regristar today he is active in real estate. Became a regular member of the crew during training at Walla Walla, WA in 1941.

Who was the leader of the Memphis Group?

Being the founder of the group, Ettore Sottsass became the leader of the Memphis Group and is now one of the most well known Italian post-War designers. Martine Bedin, a French designer, was also a member of Memphis.

Who are the members of Street Outlaws Memphis?

Street Outlaws: Memphis is a series that follows the car racing activities of the Memphis Team led by JJ Da Boss. The team members are adrenaline junkies whose primary weapons are powerful muscle cars boasting big numbers. As aforementioned, the show spans off from the show, Street Outlaws, which had premiered in June of 2013.

Where did Robert Morgan fly the Memphis Belle?

In October 1942, Morgan flew the Memphis Belle to Bassingbourn, England, home of the 91st Bomb Group, 324th Bombardment Squadron. “Back then,” Morgan recalls, “there was no book on high altitude strategic bombing. The Generals didn’t know anymore than we did. They had to figure bombing strategy as we went along..