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Exclusive: Has Wande Coal Signed With D’banj’s DB Records …Again?

D’banj and Wande Coal used to be very good friends back in the days of Mo’Hits Records, but things got kind of heated between them following the former’s exit from the label.

Few years later after D’banj has been doing well enough without the backing of his former creative music producer, Don Jazzy, rumors had it that he’s made move to sign on Wande Coal to his new imprint – DB Records.

According to an exclusive report from Information Nigeria, Wande Coal signed with D’banj in November 2013 following his exit from Mavin Records in same year after his issues with the record boss.

Though Wande never confirmed nor denied the reports but shortly after, he floated his new imprint – Black Diamond — which indirectly made his signing with DB Records false.

Between the years, multiple reports also had it that Dbanj and the Black Diamond Entertainment boss were having issues between them to the extent of not exchanging pleasantries when the clash up at same events.

Fast forwarded to 2017, D’banj and Wande Coal have been making some magic together!

In D’banj’s new album “KingDonCome,” Wande Coal features in two different tracks — “It’s Not A Lie” (which also features Harrysong) and “El Chapo” (which also features Gucci Mane).

The pair have also been seen at events, and even performing together — which has brought back the question “has Wande Coal signed to DB Records — again?!”

In a new photo we got, Bangalee and Wande are pictured together, looking into each other’s eyes like some real partners.

However, what caught our attention is the identical neckchain they were both wearing which bodly reads “DB.”

We cannot exclusively confirm if Wande has signed any deal with D’banj (yet), but time will surely tell.

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