The fifth edition of the Forbes Africa TV flagship show My Worst Day with Peace Hyde features Don Jazzy.

On the new episode, Nigerian producer, singer, songwriter, and record label owner Don Jazzy talks about the circumstances surrounding the Mo’Hits dissolution and specifically his fallout with with D’banj.

On his relationship with D’banj he says:
“It was like the most beautiful relationship ever in the Nigerian music industry I don’t know anybody that did go that far we were together for pretty much eight years.”

On his worst day so far in business, Jazzy says:
“The decision for me and my former partner D’banj to pursue different paths which at that point I don’t think was the right decision,” saying that as much as there were financial losses, he also lost a friend and a brother.

He added that D’banj wanted to focus on the American market but he didn’t think they were ripe enough and felt he was only being realistic, as it was going to lead to waste of money, and moreover he also had to think of the artistes back home.

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