Veteran Nigerian music producer cum singer K-Solo in recent chat with Pulse Nigeria‘s ” Loose Talk Podcast “ revealed that the come back of D’banj and Don Jazzy will never bring hit song as it’s used to be in the era of MoHits Records.
Ever since the biggest marriage divorce in Nigeria Entertainment history, which sees D’banj and Don Jazzy move on their new separate direction. And despite prays and hopes from their fans to see both star-power entertainers back together and make music, K-Solo said the reunion of both MoHits partners cannot made hit song again.
“The only legacy he (Don Jazzy) has is D’banj. And D’banj is even struggling,” K-Solo says. “They are quarrelling themselves every day. Fighting petty fights.
“They shouldn’t come back. If they come back they cannot anything again. Nothing can happen. If they doubt me, let the two of them get into a studio for one year and come out with something, and see if they can make it a hit. They can never make a hit again.”
K-Solo also thinks the songwriting and recording prowess of Wande Coal won’t be enough to make a great second coming of Mo’Hits. He also believes that Don Jazzy’s production skills are rusty, and need an upgrade.
“Don jazzy needs to improve on the skills of his beat. And D’banj is trying to switch. And Wande Coal has not switched. The only blessed thing about Wande is his vocals. His voice synthetics is very strong. Lock D’banj and Don Jazzy together and they cannot do it.”
When D’banj and Don Jazzy are still together, MoHits Records is home for artistes such as Wande Coal, Dr Sid & Kay Switch. When K-Solo is still at his prime, he had impressive catalogue of classical production work on Timaya’s debut album ” True Story “, followed by being creator of popular Indomie Noodles sound, with further impressive work with Paul Play, Klever Jay and late Kefee.