G.O.O.D Music signee and Nigerian superstar D’Banj, known in his own country for such bangers as “Mr. Endowed” (for real), “Fall In Love”, and “Oliver Twist”, made his US debut at Irving Plaza on February 19th to a sold out room (and in a bedazzled silver dinner jacket – no undershirt necessary).

Okayafrica TV caught up with the highly animated pop star — along with his Nigerian label-mates Dr. Sid, Wande Coal, and younger bro K-Switch — to talk shop. Subjects included: Kanye West, Kanye West, the African Michael Jackson, building the pop bridge from Africa to the US, and being signed by Kanye West. With this cast of characters, we can’t wait to watch the D’Banj race to the throne.

Shot by Myo Campbell, sound by Greg Scott.

Comments

  • Dipo

    Please don’t be deceived. He is sold his fans for political money.

    READ THIS: http://www.thenetng.com/2012/02/19/video-i-didnt-collect-money-from-goodluck-jonathan-dbanj/

  • Anonymous

    Let’s say he took money from the president to sing for him, isn’t that his right? So should we only support entertainer who are affiliated with our political stance?

  • http://www.globalinfo.org Lisa Vives

    We’re organizing a book party for Nnimmo Bassey, Nigerian environmentalist and author, who will read from his new book “To Cook a Continent” on Thursday, Mar. 15 at Global Information Network, 146 W. 29th St., 7th floor, NY – for additional information call 212-244-3123 Hope you can join us!

  • http://www.notjustok.com wilflapz

    what about don jazzy.?,but proclaimed earlier b4 dis misunderstanding,dat he ur boss.