D’Banj Officially Signs to Mercury Records Group UK

It is finally official, D’banj has been signed up with Mercury Records Label Uk. This is his profile information according to his Mercury Records page:

Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo (born in 1980 Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria),known commonly as, D’banj is a London-based Nigerian singer-songwriter and harmonica player. “Dapo” is a nickname for the Yoruba name “Ifedapo” (meaning “Love came together”).

Dapo ‘D’banj’ Oyebanjo has signed with Mercury Records, an imprint in the UK under the Mercury Records Group of Universal Music UK.

Mercury Records is a record label operating as a standalone company in the UK and as part of the The Island Def Jam Music Group in the US; both are subsidiaries ofUniversal Music Group.

Mercury Records lists D’banj on their official website as one of their acts alongside the likes of UK rock singer-songwriter Elton John, Soft Rock singer Taylor Swift Irish rock group U2, former The Beatles musician Paul McCartney and others.

D’banj seems to have confirmed the news himself as he has updated the bio section profile on his Twitter page.

D’banj has also launched his personal website www.dbanjofficial.com where the Mecury Records logo boldly appears in the bottom right corner.

The new bio reads ‘DB/Good Music/ Mercury/IDJ’ (IDJ meaning Island Def Jam). When asked by a fan on Twitter what ‘IDJ’ means, he responded ‘island Def Jam bro’.

D’banj is however not listed on the G.O.O.D Music/Def Jam official roaster on the label’s website.

D’banj who recently parted ways with his former Mo’Hits label partner Don Jazzy has relocated to the US where he will continue to push his brand and music in the foreign music market.

The entertainer is set to officially release his smash single ‘Oliver’ (which recently made Scott Mills’ Radio 1 ‘Record Of The Week’) in the UK on May 14.

News Sourced from thenetng.com



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