World-renowned Nigerian music artist and executive David Adeleke, better known by his stage name Davido, has recently opened up about the inspiration behind his new ‘Timeless’ album artwork. In a touching tribute to his late son, Ifeanyi Adeleke, Davido revealed that his child’s love for nature was a significant influence on the design of the album cover.
Following a temporary break from the music scene due to the tragic passing of his son, Davido made a comeback with his latest album, ‘Timeless’. The record has already started making waves, dominating charts and breaking multiple streaming records since its launch. The artist’s time away from the industry had generated anticipation among fans, leading to the album’s substantial success.
During a recent interview, Davido shared the sentimental inspiration behind his ‘Timeless’ album artwork. He spoke about his late son Ifeanyi’s fascination with nature, particularly his admiration for trees and his belief that elephants were the most adorable animals. In honor of Ifeanyi, these elements were woven into the album’s artwork, thus immortalizing his son’s love for nature in a record destined for global acclaim.
‘Timeless’ has been received enthusiastically by fans and critics alike. Many have lauded not just the compelling musical content but also the sentimental depth encapsulated in the album’s artwork. Fans have praised Davido for his brave and touching tribute to his late son, reflecting the strong emotional connection between the artist and his audience.
Despite his personal loss, Davido’s strength and resilience have been evident in his return to the music scene. His decision to channel his grief into his music and pay homage to his late son in such a poignant and personal way demonstrates his deep-rooted commitment to his craft and his capacity to transform personal tragedy into a universal message of love and remembrance.
The ‘Timeless’ album and its backstory reaffirm Davido’s position as an influential figure in the global music industry. It further solidifies his ability to communicate profoundly personal experiences through his music and connect with his audience on a deeper level. His tribute to his late son Ifeanyi through the album artwork is a testament to the enduring impact of love and the transformative power of music.