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Long before Don Jazzy and D’banj parted ways in 2012, the duo had an intimacy which deeply reflected in their music and brand, a beautiful synergy that got a lot of people listening to the Nigerian Music.

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They established an imprint popularly known as Mo’Hits which also housed Wande Coal, D’ prince, Dr Sid and Kay Switch.

Despite hits such as “pere”, “ten ten”, “booty call” and the likes, the crew was ultimately split, which was heartbreaking to most Nigerians.

However, it led to the new generation of hit makers such as Reekado banks, signed to Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records, a label that began from the break up of Mo’Hits.

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But Reekado Banks revealed via tweets that he was listening to some of the Mo’Hits crew’s music and he desperately wants a reunion.

He as well acknowledged that Mo’Hits was the “baddest crew ever”.

Written by Clement Oluwasegun

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