#Throwback Thursday: 11 Songs From The Mo-Hits Era That We Absolutely Loved


It’s Thursday people, and yet another time to bring out those time machines and rewind back into time. This time we’ll be rewinding just a few years back. Back when Mo-Hits was the hottest crew in the land. Seems like so long ago right? I know… Let’s look back at 11 of our hottest tunes from the crew that gave us great music from Don Jazzy, Dbanj, Wande Coal, Dr SID, D’Prince and Kay-Switch.

They might be done and over with but we’ll forever appreciate the music they gave us in that golden era. When you heard “It’s Don Jazzy Again!”, you knew it was about to go down.

If we missed any please feel free to chime and drop a comment.


Dbanj – Suddenly

This was the new era of music video making, and arguably Dbanj at his peak.



Wande Coal – Bumper To Bumper

Was there a hotter party jam in Nigeria between 2008 and 2009?



Dbanj – Why Me

Did he really sing this song about Ini Edo? We don’t know, but word is he did. Who cares tho? It’s a tune and a half.


Dbanj – Gbono Feli Feli

Don Jazzy’s best beat ever? I certainly think so.



D’Prince – Give It To Me ft. Dbanj

You can insert Omoba in here also, but this is D’Prince’s more polished hit from the Mo-Hits era.



Dr SID – Over The Moon ft. Kay-Switch

I’ll always remember this song, and more especially the video as the “introduction” of Tiwa Savage. Classic song, and funny video.




Dbanj – Oliver Twist

Dbanj’s most commercial hit internationally. It ended up being his last major hit under Mo-Hits.


Wande Coal – You Bad

Another smash hit from Wande Coal, and it was spiced up even more by Dbanj. The video left much desired though.



Mo-Hits All Stars – Pere

Off the Mo-Hits compilation album, this just solidified Mo-Hits as a major power house in the Nigerian party industry. No party was complete without at least 3 Mo-Hits songs in there.


Mo-Hits All Stars – I Wanna Be Close To You

No words needed. Just hit play and feel am.


Dbanj – Fall In Love

Nigerian wedding song of the past decade arguably. This transported Dbanj straight into the living rooms of our parents and grandparents. Don’t get it twisted, Love Is A Beautiful Thing.



What was your favorite songs from them?

By Aribaba [followbutton username=”aribabaj” count=”true” lang=”en” theme=”light”]





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