Indigenous rapper, CDQ who has gotten a good number of fans after he starred in the hit song – ‘Indomie’ which had massive air waves and air plays.
Apparently, all this might have been a different story, had it been he accepted Davido’s deal for him to sign on to HKN Gang.
CDQ, who is currently in General Records, a Nigerian music company owned by Masterkraft said he turned down a dealwith Davido due to the binding terms of his contract with Masterkraft.
“I got a text from Davido one morning, and he was like we should have a meeting.” CDQ told HipTV.
“So we set it up and he wanted me to join HKN gang but unfortunately, I already signed to General Records owned by Masterkraft so we couldn’t make it happen.”
CDQ was signed in 2013, after he emerged the winner of a rap battle at the popular weekly concert, Industry Nite in December 2012.
In attendance that evening were producers Masterkraft, Jay Sleek, and Dokta Frabz.
CDQ still remembers that moment with fondness, and has termed it one of the biggest surprises in his career.
“I still look back to that period as one of the biggest surprises of my career because I didn’t expect it.” He said.