5 Reasons D’banj And Don Jazzy’s Reunion May Not Work

The fans of the dynamic duo of Don Jazzy and D’banj have been
waiting with bated breath since after their break up in 2012 for a

We can’t wait to hear “It’s Don Jazzy again” from the Kokomaster.
With recent murmurings from both camps signalling an imminent comeback, including , we look at five reasons why our raised hopes might just be dashed sooner than later. 
1. Strained relationship
No matter how we look at it, there is
serious bad blood between these two even if they won’t admit it in
public. We can still recall at Tuface’s 40th anniversary celebration in
September when the legendary singer pleaded for at least a song from the
duo. D’banj appeared enthusiastic at the idea but Don Jazzy turned his
back on the stage, shaking his head. Although that gesture may have been
countered by his recent claim of wanting to work with D’banj but being
impeded by their schedules, we still doubt that anything will come of
2. Ego
D’banj has been rumoured to posses a huge ego,
which in the past prevented collaborations with other artists. It was
also reported back in 2012 that their split was based on dispute over
who owned and controlled what at their then record label Mo’Hits, with
D’banj claiming the lion’s share. Despite the passage of time and maybe
some maturity on each part, there is the possibility of more clashes in
any future partnerships

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3. Mavin Records’ Growth
Mavin Records is arguably the biggest label in
Nigeria currently and Don Jazzy will not watch his efforts on the label
dwindle at the expense of making D’Banj Africa’s greatest again. He will
prefer a superstar Reekado Banks than a mega star D’Banj.
4. Compatibility

Out of sight is out of mind: we can’t expect the
same kind of chemistry they shared during their first stint together to
still be there. Four years is a long time apart and it will definitely
affect the output of their work. How will “It’s Don Jazzy again sound” on D’Banj’s lips now? 

5. Business Disagreement
It might be a rumour but rumours often
have elements of truth. Money and revenue sharing was part of what
caused D’Banj’s and Don Jazzy’s split in 2011 and both parties will be
cautious going forward or they may want to avoid such disagreements
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