D’banj, Don Jazzy Divide Musicians

D’banj, Don Jazzy Divide Musicians

Unknown to many music lovers, the breakup of one of the most loved singing duo, D’banj and Don Jazzy, owners of Mo’Hits, which has in its control, Mo’Hits Records and Koko Holdings, has sprang up two different music caucuses in the industry.

While this has not been noticed by some music enthusiasts, investigation conducted by Wall Gecko has revealed that the two caucuses became apparent after colleagues of D’banj and Don Jazzy started affiliating and aligning with the preferred half of the pair after the split.

Wall Gecko further learnt that some artistes, who were in the know of the crack in the Mo’Hits wall before its eventual collapse, have pitched tent with their favourite half, and encouraged each half with words of support and loyalty. Inside sources disclosed that while famous music youngster and HKN singer, Davido, decided to align with D’banj, who has berthed with his DB Records, Empire Mates Entertainment star, Wizkid seems to have pledged his loyalty to the Mavin Records boss, Don Jazzy. Further investigation showed that other artistes, who seem to have aligned with Don Jazzy include Banky W, Iceprince, M.I, D’Prince, Dr. Sid, Wande Coal and Tiwa Savage.

Sources informed that the closeness between Don Jazzy and the EME boss, Banky W, was further reinstated when the duo had cameo appearances in few videos including Skales’ Mukulu. Meanwhile, artistes like Naeto C, Ikechukwu, P-Square, Kayswitch, Sina Rambo, May D and Flowsick have shown their loyalty to D’banj even though they haven’t spoken about it publicly. D’banj’s presence at Naeto C’ wedding as well as his presentation of the controversial, Porsche cayenne car, is said to have gone unnoticed by many but when the pair showed up at Davido’s OBO concert after the latter was rumoured to have been signed on D’banj’s records company, the caucuses became noticeable.

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