D’banj – What You Want (Letter To My Wife)

D’banj – What You Want (Letter To My Wife)

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Nigerian Afro megastar D’Banj emerged in 2005 along with his debut album, No long component, which he launched along with commercial enterprise companion/manufacturer Don Jazzy on their Mo’Hits label. Born Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo in 1980 inside the Nigerian town of Zaria, D’Banj found out the way to play the harmonica as a youngster in honor of his older brother, who died in a aircraft crash on the age of 17. His love for tune eventually led him right into a partnership with Don Jazzy, a manufacturer he met in London with whom he would later return to Lagos and begin his recording career. Led through the single “Tongolo,” No lengthy aspect offered a slick blend of city dance pop and Afropop with which D’Banj could discover awesome achievement over the subsequent several years. As an entrepreneur, he and Jazzy signed different up-and-coming Nigerian pop acts to their label and, in 2007, formed the collective Mo’Hits All-Stars, freeing a handful of hit singles proposing D’Banj as its superstar act.

King Don come in 2010, D’Banj commenced taking part with American artists like Snoop Dogg and, in 2011, signed a address Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. music label. That same yr, D’Banj scored a primary hit along with his unmarried “Oliver Twist,” which topped a number of African charts and fared properly inside the U.k. and Europe as properly. prior to dissolving his partnership with Jazzy, D’Banj commenced running on a large compilation album which would in the end pop out on his new task, DB records. Titled D’Kings guys, the album turned into now not a right D’Banj solo release though he was heavily featured on severa singles alongside numerous African artists and American guests like big Sean and Kanye West. a couple of 2015 singles — “Feeling the Nigga” and “Frosh” — determined D’Banj participating with Akon as his music endured to veer more toward an urban hip-hop sound. The songs were additionally featured at the visible EP, An Epic adventure, which D’Banj launched music-by using-track as a series of movies. years later, he back with the album, King Don Come.

 

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