One of the most anticipated albums of the year has finally dropped “D’ Kings Men” compilation album which has contribution from D’Banj, Kay Switch and J Sol with beats from producers like El DeeVee and J Sleek.
No one expected shots to be taken by Kay Switch, but he opens up on how he was treated while he was still with Mo’Hit records in his song “For Example”. The label he joined in 2004 before Don Jazzy and D’Banj Broke up.
Kay Switch threw this few jabs at Don Jazzy in the song “For Example”
1. “Won ri mi won ni pe mo sese bere, Bon se foju dimi mi o sese bere” – Saying Don Jazzy saw him and said he just started his music career when he joined mohit in 2004, and Don Jazzy looked down on him
2. “Won ri mi won ni pe mo sese bere, se obo ni mi abi mo je ogede” – Saying Don Jazzy saw him and said he just started his music career when he joined mohit in 2004, Kay Switch replied saying “Does he look like a monkey or was he found eating banana”
3. “I Can Give You This, I can give you that” – Don Jazzy promising he can give him this and he can give him that but he didn’t get anything from Don Jazzy!
4. “Emi Ni Dapo, Awon Angel Michael, Awon Tokunbo, Emi Ni Dolapo” – Direct translation “I am Dapo and they are Angel Michael, They are from abroad and i am mixed with wealth. – Kay Switch declaring loyalty to his brother D’banj whose first name is Dapo and Don Jazzy whose first name is Michael Claims he can provide it all, he is Angel Michael. Tokunbo means used product from abroad while he (Kay Switch) is Dolapo – A child mixed with Wealth.
Sources close to Kay Switch revealed that Kay Switch was not treated well while he was with Mo’Hit and he was never on Don Jazzy’s list of artist to work on to release an album ever since he joined them in 2004. But looling back, Kay Switch doesn’t actually have an official single under Mo’Hit except features…
Any response from Don Jazzy, we will definitely bring to you 😉
(Source: Okotie Mackson Blog)