Nigerian rapper, Olamide has acknowledged the impact of Don Jazzy and the rest on the Mohit crew in the Nigerian music industry.
Mo Hits Records was founded in 2006 by Don Jazzy with D’banj as the co-owner. The label saw the break out of artistes like Wande Coal, K-switch, D’prince, and Dr Sid. In March 2012, the label was disbanded due to D’banj and Wande Coal leaving the group. The label which was one of the biggest in the country at that time also attracted foreign interest from international acts like Kanye West and Jay-Z.
Olamide who has been in the music industry for almost a decade and has a label of his own took to his Twitter page to pay respects to Don Jazzy and the rest of the crew stating that the label is the best thing to ever happen to the Nigerian music Industry. Olamide stated that the label gave good music and taught others the power of unity. He then thanked Don Jazzy, D’banj, and the rest of the team for motivating him.
He wrote: “Mo hits still one of the best thing to ever happen to NIGmusic industry . Gave us good music and thought us how to carry our brothers along. Even if they never come back together, still I say thanks to jazzy n banga n rest of the team for motivating us.”
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