Former Mo’hits star, Wande coal has released a new single which he titled Naughty Girl. The song feaures an afro-pop carribean tune with strings and a blend of drums too. He talked about a lady of his fantasy whom he never saw in a freaky way but pulled naughty surprises on him.
The singer used similar energy he made use of in his song; Iskaba and also used various words which cannot be found in a conventional dictionary. If this is Wande coal’s new style of singing; using absolutely new words, we’ll find out.
The soulful RnB pop artiste is yet to make a statement as regards the song but that did not stop it from going viral as Wande definitely knows what his fans want and has a way of giving it to them.
A teaser of the video on YouTube currently has 19k views from 12pm yesterday to this morning. The song is definitely causing a rave as the tunes are quite danceable and it sure will be a huge club banger when the corona virus restrictions are all over.
Wande Coal started music career in the teenage choir at his church back then and he also dabbled into choreography a bit as that was the in thing at the moment.
The black diamond star rose from the slums of mushin to make a name for himself in the top echelons of the society with several back to back hits like Ololufe, Bumper to Bumper and collaborations with A-list artists like Dbanj, Olamide, ikechukwu, Naeto C, Dr SID, D’Prince, Wizkid and many other artists.
He got his break in the Nigerian entertainment industry as a dancer and performer at an event where he met Don Jazzy and exchanged numbers with him. A few calls and a visit got Wande signed to Don Jazzy’s Mo’ Hits Records in 2006 where He featured on D’banj’s Rundown/Funk you up album.
He worked on different songs such as Tanasibe, Loke and why me which was a major hit that shot Dbanj to limelight.
As a Mo’ Hits recording artist, he was part of the defunct Mo’ Hits allstars and played a major role in the released Curriculum Vitae album.
His first single off the CV album, Ololufe has been described as one of the greatest evergreen love songs ever written by a Nigerian.
After a short while at the label, Wande Coal released his debut album Mushin To Mo’Hits which was widely received across Nigeria, UK and the USA with tours to show for it and various awards like the next rated award at the Headies and other notable awards too. Through the Mushin to Mo’Hits album, he was able to tell his story of how he went from the slum to the palace to dime with kings and all the evidence of good life helped tell the tale too but that was not for long as the mo’hits family ship soon ran into troubled waters which saw the exit of the poster boy of the label; Dbanj, due to some disagreements over royalties, dues and other hidden issues as well.
Following the fallout between record label top Executives Don Jazzy and D’banj, Wande Coal, Dr SID and Don Jazzy’s younger brother D’Prince signed on to Don Jazzy’s new Record Label, Mavin Records with the addition of Tiwa Savage from 323 entertainment acting as the first lady of mavin records.
Wande Coal kept building a brand for himself with the new label; Mavins all stars label headed by Don Jazzy until they had a fall outand Wande had to leave.
The problems affected Wande as he also set out to release his own single amidst song writing scandal with his former boss, Don Jazzy who claimed he wrote the song Wande dropped in October 2013, ‘Baby face’.
This feud prolonged and got so serious that Don Jazsy actually released his own version of the song and this really showed all was not well between the duo. The issues dented Wande’s street credibility a little as it showed him as beijg unable to write his own songs but he was unbothered.
A lot of critics said his move was quite rash and uncalled for but Wandedefinitely had a game plan because no sooner had he left that hebegan to drop chart topping songs for his fans to vibe to. Wande worked his way back to the top with single after single and clean clear videos that shows the world; Wande is back.
He steadily maintained a balance between RnB, Afro-Pop and most times, Dance hall tunes. He steadily maintained a balance between RnB, Afro-Pop and most times, Dance hall tunes which his fans rock to in clubs and other functions alike as his music features street lingo, word play and a nice rhythm with a soulful vocal.
Wande Coal kept working his way to the top and after a long break, Wande Coal dropped his sophomore album Wanted in 2017. The album was definitely worth the wait as it generated massive traffic and was streamed on various social media channels.
This is yet another feather to Wande’s cap and we sure hope it will give him a push to be back on the top ten countdown.