I remember when I first heard about the Mo’hits split back in 2012, I literally gave up on Nigerian music. Back then, they were like the pivot of the music industry (along with 2face and P-square) and it broke the heart of music lovers everywhere to say goodbye to the hottest crew in music. And though it seems like we’ve all moved on ever since, some of us will forever remember Mo’hits when we think of the good ‘ol days. That moment when you heard ‘It’s Don Jazzy again’ and you practically jumped off your seat to the dance floor because you just knew it was about to go down.
In the spirit of throwback thursday, let’s go back in time to reminisce on our favourite songs from the Mo’hits crew comprising Don Jazzy, D’banj, Dr. Sid, D’Prince, Wande Coal and K-Switch .
Fi le! And she no gree… This song was a turn up anthem back in the day. And it wasn’t just complete without the popular ‘Yahooze’ dance.
This song was my jam for days! Like you have no idea. Just watch the video for yourself.
One of my all time favourite Wande Coal songs. I wasn’t a fan of the video though. It didn’t do justice to the song.
BUMPER TO BUMPER
Oya follow me bumper to bumper! There was no hotter party jam between 2008 and 2009. This song was everywhere literally.
GIVE IT TO ME
This is a very playful song with a mad beat. Plus the concept of the video was really cool too.
With Don Jazzy’s signature vocals on this one, no surprise it made the list. Great song.
This song! This is one song that brings back memories for me. I remember when some boys from my high school mimed to this song back then. It was the coolest thing trust me.
OVER THE MOON
Best song off his ‘Turning Point’ album. Great and funny video too.
I’m so endowed… Totally love this song and the remix with American rapper, Snopp Dogg. The video was so dope!
FALL IN LOVE
My favourite D’banj song any day anytime. A break away from which usual style, this love song fast became a wedding favourite and even our parents couldn’t resist digging it on the dance floor. When the kokomaster fall in love, you no say water don pass garri…
What was your favourite song from the Mo’hits golden era? What other songs do you think should have made the list? Sound off in the comments section!