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SHABBA! Davido signs new artist, Peruzzi to DMW Record Label

Nigerian singer, Davido has added a new member to his music family as the 'Fia' crooner recently announced the signing of a new singer, 'Peruzzi' to his record label, Davido Music Worldwide (DMW).

Davido revealed his excitement at signing the UrbanAfro Vibe singer, stating that he couldn't wait to show Peruzzi to the world.

Davido said;

"I’m over excited about this!!! Everybody please welcome @peruzzi_vibes to DMW!!! I can’t wait to show you to the world. ! Cc @dmw_hq really excited to also be working with @kingpatrickgb of Golden boy Entertainment on this one!! Thx for making this happen!!"

DMW also took to one of its social media handles to confirm the signing of Peruzzi to the label, welcoming the singer to the family.

Sharing a picture of the new artist signing his contract with the label, DMW captioned it;

"WELCOME TO THE FAMILY @peruzzi_vibes".

Peruzzi who also confirmed he had joined DMW stated that he was blessed to be welcomed into the DMW family.

He wrote;

"It’s called??? I FEEL BLESSED TO BE WELCOMED ON THIS PLATFORM… TIME TO LET THESE MUSIC HEAL THE WORLD!!!!! #TakeOver God Bless You @davidoofficial@kingpatrickgb@kolotainment WE MOVE!!!"

Peruzzi whose real name is Tobechukwu Victor Okoh is a Nigerian UrbanAfro Vibe recording and performing singer who has been signed to GoldenBoy Entertainment under which he released his first single in June 2017 titled 'For Your Pocket' featuring LK Kuddy.

The December-born artist got his first studio shot back in 2007 and has been recording ever since.


Welcome to DMW, Peruzzi!

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