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Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo (born 9 June ), known by his stage name D'banj, is a Nigerian musician, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, television personality. “What happened on Saturday, December 14, , at the Nigerian Breweries Plc's sponsored event, tagged; Club Ultimate, shouldn't be used. Nov 6, - Tonto Dikeh & D'banj Dating - She Sleeps At Dbanj's House - Insiders The ongoing business relationship between kokomaster.
May be, I should have fought more for what I brought up. I recall one time when he told me that he wanted us to go our separate ways. I also remember asking him to give me about six months to fashion out modalities for the separation.
May be, I should have requested for one year. However, I should have tried harder, which I did. But would you say, you are missing Don Jazzy in all ramifications?
Not more than the ordinary. You know, when you say you are missing somebody, it means you need the person in your life. We ran into each other every now and then. People are alleging that we have come together again. Who told them that we are quarreling?
Nobody is saying, we cannot do music together, or perform on the same stage again. In fact, while I am celebrating my 10 years on stage, it also means that Don Jazzy is celebrating 10 years of his musical career. Does the break up affect your relationship with him?
Of course, it affected our relationship for a long time. But we have been seeing each other. Probably, we will get into the studio soon to do songs together. How do you react to the aged-long rumour that you are dating top Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji? There have been so many rumours about so many things. But rumours must always be rumours. Let me clear the air now. You had a huge crush on her? Of course, I am thinking of settling down. Who said, I am not married?
My private life must remain private, especially to the press. It could be so. Who is the woman in your life? Could you share your memorable moments on stage in the past 10 years? I have so many memorable moments. We performed his monster track, Bottoms Up.
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I have been on the same stage with Kanye West, Kenny Rogers. Every time for me is memorable. I have adorned a lot of international stages. I am looking forward to the Grammys.
What do you think could be done differently in the Nigerian music industry? I think we need to get to that level where the musician will be a heavy investor. There is so much money in the industry at the moment. But we are not well structured to diversify.
So, we need to put structures in place. We have made so much money. Now, think of when we put structures in place. We used to say that we live by example. It would involve so many other things. One will see how you can become a musician and at the same time invest wisely in other sectors of the economy. Could you recall one of your greatest embarrassments while on stage? But there was this show, Koko concert which I organized long time ago.
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I was performing on stage, and suddenly, my trouser got torn. As it happened, I bent down to conceal it but I was pretending to be dancing. Don Jazzy, noticing it, came to block me while I disappeared from stage.
I am 34 years, this year. And this year also happens to be my 10 years as entertainers. D'banj was expected to follow his father's military career and was enrolled to the Nigerian Military School at age eleven.
7 Women That Dbanj Has Been Linked With
However, D'banj resisted the system and disenrolled from the school after three years. While at the Military school he was a member of the elite drum corp of the Nigerian Army. There he completed his secondary school education. I'd play it to remember him. Plans to continue his studies as a mechanical engineer in London were derailed when he arrived in the UK inand met Don Jazzy who was trying to make it as a songwriter and producer. D'Banj started hanging around the studio, making ends meet while working as a security guard.
That same year came the single "Tongolo"; the video was paid for by D'Banj's mother. His first endorsement was with an energy drink called Power Fist. His songs are based on his life, often hilarious but with a deeper meaning which documents the struggle of a young Nigerian trying to achieve his dreams.
He performs in YorubaEnglish and Pidgin English. It yielded several singles with Tongolo as the lead single. This proved to be his breakthrough single and a hit. It also provided his Koko Master persona, with the term, koko, taking on a variety of meanings. D'banj's debut success led to collaborations with other artists, including Dare Art Alade and Ikechukwu.