It’s been a while since D’Banj made the news. And to be factual, the other times he did, it wasn’t in such good light. So you can imagine our excitement with the event of the birth of Daniel the third, his newly born baby boy (who by the way already has an Instagram account with more than times two the amount of following that I do).
Now, instead of D’Banj to bask in the euphoria of fatherhood, he has usurped the attention that the arrival of his son brought, to his maniacal advantage. News happened again, this time with information that the eja nla crooning entertainer would be dropping yet another album. This one is titled King Don Come and it features 12 tracks. However, this tracklist is inclusive of 2 bonus singles, and both are songs that date far back as 5, 6 years ago – Top of the World and Oliver Twist respectively.
You see, the p with this move is the fact that D’Banj is trying hard to fashion a comeback. He tried it with Emergency – indeed that one caught our attention even with all the drama that roped in producer, P-Loops, but we really didn’t care because it’s been like a dusty while since D’Banj actually pulled off a hit, which was even shortlived. Then came Focus. Killertunes produced it, and as tuneful as the afrobeat melodies wired into the instrumental was, fans compared it to trash – the one pulled from out of a refuse bin – not the one put inside it. What an expression!