Thursday, 6 November 2014


The erstwhile relationship which existed between ace music producer/ Mavin Boss, Micheal Collins popularly known as Don Jazzy and his erstwhile protégé Wande Coal may have broken down completely and like the classic tale of Humpty Dumpty, no effort could ever piece it together again.

Information made available to revealed that both dudes don’t see eye to eye again as they are involved in a personality clash.

The happenstance played out on November 02, 2014 at the Muson Centre, Lagos venue of the Naija FM Comedy Jam.

Wande Coal was among artistes slated to perform at the show.

Findings by revealed that when Black Diamond as Wande Coal is fondly called stepped on stage, he refuses to recognized Don Jazzy’s presence ; talk less of chanting his praise while performing his hit songs from Mohits and Mavins career, including Bumper to Bumper, The Kick, and Rotate all produced by Don Jazzy.

However, insiders allege that their relationship started souring when Wande Coal released his ‘Baby face’ song in November 2013, and Don Jazzy went public, claiming to originally own the song.

Don Jazzy also released his version of Baby face, with many fans taking sides and branding Wande Coal a thief.

Wande Coal, according to our insider, felt heavily betrayed by his former Boss outburst and wrong accusations, which he described as the ranting of a frustrated man.

An insider who spoke on condition of anonymity revealed thus;

Don Jazzy is really pissed off with Wande Coal’s mien and the reason is not farfetched.

Wande left Mavins records when the highly revered music producer needed him most; to set up his own label ‘Black Diamond’. This act really got Don Jazzy infuriated cos he knows Wande is a raw talent and he can never get a better replacement.

Checkout all the artistes signed under Mavins records presently, aside Tiwa Savage, no other artiste on the label that has that depth like Wande.

Though, when all the artistes on Mavins teams up together to do a song, is always a monster hit but individually, they are all below average.

This I learnt is really giving Don Jazzy a major concern and he is so desperate to get Wande Coal back to his label.

I even learnt Don Jazzy placed a call through to some radio stations not to play any material from Wande; just to frustrate his hustle and get him back on his label. The source squealed

However, different means have been employed to make sure the matter is laid to rest but all efforts to reconcile them are fruitless as both parties refused to yield to the calls.


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