Thursday, June 15, 2017

D'Banj's Latest Music Video Has Given Us Crazy Ideas About How He Can Reclaim His Throne

1. "Everybody Google D'Banj oh - it's not a lie!"

Everybody's favorite celebrity (AKA the entertainer, AKA the Koko Master, AKA the hyperactive smiling guy with the harmonica), Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo (or D'Banj, or Skibanj as his Jamaican friends call him) is making a comeback (for the umpteenth time) to the music scene. The difference is this time, he's not riding on his own wave.

undefined. In D'Banj's 'It's Not A Lie', we see D'Banj relying on Wande Coal and Harrysong to bring the heat

Say whatever you want about the song - D'Banj chose his backups wisely.


Even though Wande Coal's voice sounded distinctly 'Harry Songy' (that's a thing now), it's really impressive the segue between him and Harry Song. The ability to bring together several artistes together and make a banging tune while being the weakest link yourself reminds us of someone else.

undefined. If you guessed 'Deeee Jayyyy Khaledddd!', you smartttt!

"Another One!"

undefined. Here are our kidding, not-really-kidding reasons we think D'Banj needs to become Nigeria's DJ Khaled

undefined. For starters, both men LOVE screaming their own names


undefined. Neither of them can sing to save their lives

undefined. They are both adorably charismatic as hell!


undefined. D'Banj, with his charismatic appeal, ability to entertain and industry clout, is just the right person to assemble stars on track after track after track AND MAKE BANK

undefined. Picture it: Another Song Titled "Okay Maybe This One Na Lie Small" ft Wizkid, Tekno, Olamide, DavidO, Burna Boy, Mr Eazi and a small neighborhood cat

Just gather them inside one music video, let them be doing whatever they like.

undefined. We think DJ Khaled would be very proud

This is also not a lie.


What do you think, eh?

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