HOW D’BANJ’S PARENTS FINANCED DEFUNCT MO’HITS – DON JAZZY
Award winning music producer and Chief Executive Officer of Supreme Mavin Dynasty (SMD), Michael Collins, popularly known as Don Jazzy, has revealed how D’banj’s parents financed the establishment of defunct Mo-hits records.
Don Jazzy made this revelation while addressing housemates at the ongoing Big Brother Naija reality television show in South Africa.
Speaking further, the Mavin Boss revealed that it was not all about making money when he started his musical career, adding that he was never money conscious because all he wanted to do then was to make music.
In his words, “My journey has been crazy. Since I started my musical career, I’ve not been in any situation that I felt like I wasn’t successful; even as I was in the church playing for my church elders, I felt I was Michael Jackson doing my thing. I was comfortable doing it, I did not even know whether I would get money. When I was doing Juju music in London, it was the same thing, if you give me money today, fine, the day if you don’t give me, no problem”.
“Until Mo-Hits time, when we started the company business, we were like this thing is attracting a lot of people from across Africa and the world, so we have to try and grow it into an empire. D’banj and I sat down and agreed that now that we’re going to be putting out songs, we need to have a record label, but then we did not have money. D’banj is from a wealthy family, his parents put in some money, they gave us money to shoot our first video. I then decided that since we’re partners we’re going to share the profit 50/50. As soon as we made the money we went back to appreciate his mother for the help rendered to us at the beginning,” he revealed.
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