Mo’hits 2006 Album ‘Curriculum Vitae’ Re-enters Apple Music Charts
Mo’hit reunion at Davido’s 30 Billion concert in Lagos, made it the first time the full squad (Don Jazzy, Dbanj, Kayswitch, Ikechukwu, Wande Coal, Dr Sid and D’prince) will perform on stage since they broke up in 2012
Their reunion has also had a ripple effect that catapulted their joint album ‘Curriculum Vitae’ that was released in 2006 to re-enter the Nigerian Apple Music Charts at number 33.
There’s also unconfirmed reports that says fans should anticipate a ‘Mohits reunion’ concert in 2018.
Davido’s 30 Billion concert yesterday certainly had some major highlights that virtually everyone who’s heard about or first hand saw the event, can’t get enough of!
From tickets being sold out to VIPs being ambushed by regulars, depriving them of the expected comfort they were suppose to have while enjoying the show.
One major highlight that has since been raving on social media is that of Nigerian music mogul, 2Baba performing OBVIOUSLY drunk on stage.
The music legend according to many came to the stage already very drunk and could barely coordinate himself properly – in a video shared by Goldmyne, the singer seems high but it can’t be said for sure but it’s just that the host, Davido seemed to be in a hurry to rush him off the stage before an irreparable damage was done on that stage.
After singing some of his major hits half way, the African Queen crooner was more interested in being an orator and it was at this point that Davido prostrated to him – a move which according to the people, meant “Don’t destroy my career”.
It’s no news that the music mogul is loved by many and can be easily forgiven for anything and from the reactions from his fans online, his fans are only finding it funny and not annoying!
DMW boss Davido promised a surprise during his well publicized grand finale of his 30 Billion World Tour at the Eko Convention Center.
It turns out the surprise was reuniting the defunct music crew Mo’ Hits for his concert. The big surprise of the night came when Davido ushered in the Mo’ Hits crew on stage.
The full squad was in place D’banj, Don Jazzy, Wande Coal, D’Prince, Dr Sid, Ikechukwu Killz etc. The crew took fans down memory lane as they performed their yesteryears hits like “Pere”, “Booty Call”, “Whyne Am Well”, “Give It To Me” etc.