Was Going With Kanye West The Right Choice For D’banj? READ/RT

::::The story of the talented super star Dapo
Oyebanjo popularly known as D’banj is one
of the numerous stories that justify the
saying, ‘it is better to rein in hell than to
serve in heaven’.
The super star had a kingdom in Mo’hits
where he was also the king but he left it like
the prodigal son in search of a greener
pasture in foreign land. Luckily for him, he
fell into Kanye West’s ‘Cruel Summer’.
A few unanswered question which from all
indication eluded the star includes ‘will I ever
be accepted like I was in my former
kingdom’, ‘will this culture accept my type of
music’, ‘will I be able to break the racism
barrier bound to meet me’? These and more
questions he should have asked himself
before taking the hasty decision.
With the release of Kanye’s new album cover, our fears came to manifest. D’banj never
made it to the outer poster, his image only appeared vaguely at the bottom left hand corner
of the inner poster. This is something that would never have happened in the re-branded
Mo’hits records. Are they trying to tell us he is no better than those that made it to the cover
It is true groups are bound to split someday because brothers do part ways too but we should
always be cautious to avoid taking regrettable hasty decisions. We all just hope you have a
PLAN B well mapped out because it may come in handy.

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