Veteran Nigerian producer K-Solo has opined that if the key members of the defunct Mohits group (Don JazzyD’Banj and Wande Coal) came back together again, they would struggle to make a hit song.

In a recent episode of Loose Talk podcast, the ace producer said that, in his opinion, the group should not come back together.

“If they come back they cannot do anything again, nothing can happen” He insisted.

He also offered criticism of Don Jazzy, stating that the legendary producer has failed to make changes to how he makes music, while D’Banj was trying to switch his own style.

He however maintained that if the two were locked in the same studio to work together for a year, they would not find their spark once again.

Watch the flashpoint here:

And the full episode here:

K-Solo produced several hit songs, including Keffe’s Kokoroko, Timaya’s “Dem Mama”, Paul Play’s “Forever” and “Angel Of My Life”.

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