10 touching things D’banj said about Mo'Hits breakup
In a new interview on ‘The Truth’,
D’banj spoke deeply about his issues with the Don
Jazzy, and Dr Sid. The
interview ranges from him chasing Kanye West, and his betrayal by the group.
If you can't go through the interview, Pulse Music has got
you covered with the top 10 shocking quotes from D’banj below.
was two different deals. It was always going to be two different deals. Because
one is, He (Kanye West) saw an artiste, he wanted to sign an artiste. Then this
artiste said, ‘Omo I have a producer, in fact, we have a movement. We have the
best thing coming out from Africa, and it was so, and then we flew to New York,
from after I met him."
they were trying to get him (Don Jazzy) to come around, but I understood
totally, which is what I said to you. So when he came back home, he had a
meeting and that was in July, and he said he doesn’t want us to do Mo'Hits
again. That he doesn’t want us to do Mo'Hits again. And I said to him, ‘Please
give me 6 months’."
I told him (Don Jazzy) to give me 6 months, that he should please just…for me I
was even trying to sell my shares, to convince him again, to sell my shares to
someone else, take the money, go abroad and try. To do anything I could,
because I had seen that it wasn’t working, and he and Sid had formed this
was heartbroken, I think Kayswitch was with them, it was one voice, and I felt
like…what’s happening here? And that’s where I started hearing few things that
people just felt that they were not comfortable with me."
you ever hear a recording that I did? I think it was in South Africa that Dr
Sid spoke and I recorded it. I will give it to you to play, when you hear that
recording, you will know why Mo'Hits scattered. That was exactly what Dr Sid
said on the tape, he said that his (Dbanj’s) light was too much, he was
overshadowing us. That’s exactly what he said. So I will give you the tape,
play it, and I think that will end this whole bullshit.”
can’t say it. Wande coal cannot come on the truth and say it. Money matter, he
can’t say it. The way we opened every account, the way we enforced…even when we
discovered that he had a child, the way we made sure that we prevented him from
even squandering his own money."
course you will miss somebody. Even if you date somebody one day, two days. Not
to talk of kids that I grew up with. I pretty much signed every one of them.
Every one that was signed on Mo'hits, I did. In Jazzy’s words he
always points fingers: ‘Na you dey bring this one come o, if e fumble na you.
Even Dr Sid, he over-enforced me about it that why, why, why? But I said listen
man, this guy is a talented guy.
·“You see that’s why it was called Mo'Hits. Jazzy fortunately or
unfortunately owned the name Mo'Hits. I could show you the contract, I think we
had the best contract, anyone could ever get."
false, we as a company didn’t even make up to 40% of what the kids were
think now that I look at it, maybe, I think we all changed. I think we all
changed because we ran it as a family. We ran Mohit Records as a family,
and that’s why I feel it failed."