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Wande Coal Moving In Circles

August 18th, 2016 | by Jesse Ifeanyi
Wande Coal Moving In Circles

While Wizkid is hugging global fame and pulling down every barrier, Wande Coal, an equally amazing pop singer, is stuck where no one wants to be: right in the middles of his game, banking on old glory and hits, and sliding rapidly into oblivion.
Wande Coal, truth be told did not aspire to be a major musician, until a chance meeting with the Mohits leaders D’banj and Don Jazzy changed his life. He soon moved from a wannabe dancer to a top five hit maker, working with Jazzy and the Mohits team to deliver the unbelievable hits bumper to bumper, ololofe, taboo,you bad, pere and more.
But the label that made him also laid foundation for his downfall. His projects suffered avoidable delays, his image dented by avoidable scandals and his career paid the price. When it was time to pick all up and rebuild, his bosses had become consumed by a big fight that consumed the label. Wande Coal took sides and left with Jazzy to form Marvin records where he released at least three singles.
Marvins is where pundits expected his career to shape up again, where he was to hug success again and snatch his place at the top. But he was soon insulting Don Jazzy on Twitter and walking out on the label, and taking his career in his own hands.
What he forgot to take, perhaps was the support of fans loyal to Jazzy and Marvins, the support of those he lost when he sided with Jazzy against D’banj. What he forgot to take was the A&R and publicity structure at Marvins and Mohits.
Just like that, the gifted singer was naked again. Only this time it doesn’t appear he has anyone to cover him up and bury his shame.

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