“I was in mohits house for a year” – Davido Reveals
Though Davido barely had his fair share of struggles as an upcoming artist for a lot of music lovers and critics, the multiple award-winning singer has unveiled connections with the late record label Mo ‘Hits of Don Jazzy.
When reacting to a Twitter user, @Maziibe, who suggested that the singer was privileged not to have had a rough period in his career, Davido made this known.
“Davido doesn’t have “when i ever blow” stage. Came in with a hit,” Maziibe said.
In response, Davido said “I did o. We all did. I was in Mohits house for a year.”
I did o .. we all did … I was in mohits house for a year … https://t.co/emHkvMVlmO
— Davido (@davido) January 7, 2021
Rarely did the 28-year-old singer and producer refer to his pre-HKN and DMW age. He joined the Nigerian music industry with his collaboration single “Back When” featuring Naeto C, and after releasing his critically acclaimed single, Dami Duro, he rose to the limelight.
D’banj and Don Jazzy jointly owned the defunct label, Mo’ Hits. Registered in 2006, it had Wande Coal, Dr SID, D’Prince and K-Switch on its list of signatories.
Thank you GHANA !!🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭 ACTIVATE PARTY WAS ACTIVE !! Next stop Equitorial guinea 🇬🇶! pic.twitter.com/6vJ4Dm1oQ5
— Davido (@davido) December 30, 2020