Popular Nigerian music producer, Don Jazzy has opened up on why his former record label artist, Wande Coal left his record label.
The CEO of Mavin records disclosed in an interview with Ebuka on Bounceradiolive that Wande Coal left Mo’hits because alot of people were in his head and he really wanted to take his career into his hands.
Speaking further, the 38-year-old successful music guru mentioned that he called Wande severally to come back to Mo’hits but he refused.
“I sent several DMs to Wande Coal begging him to come back”, Don Jazzy said.
Kemi Filani recalls that Wande Coal got his break in the Nigerian entertainment industry as a dancer after which he got signed to Don Jazzy’s Mo’ Hits Records in 2006. In 2013, Wande left Mavin Records to become independent.
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See how some social media users reacted to this revelation;
@billard26 wrote “Wande under don would be unstoppable like his 1st album I just felt dbanj was the main priority that’s why we didn’t get much of wande cause he’s up there with burna”
@lynnogunor wrote “Don jazzy is been very deplomatic… See as he change him voice, so we won’t hear him well. Funny enough all these artist left and they couldn’t prove him wrong by standing strong on their own. Them no fit sing again.’
@uzone247 wrote “For real tho, Don Jazzy should have produced the first Grammy winner for Nigeria with his efforts and contributions to the industry. He might not have done wrong to them to warrant them leaving the way they did, but there might just be something about his leadership style… Just musing tho”
olasboy25 wrote “Wander would have been competing with the same level with davido and wizkid if he still under don jazzy”
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