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The duo of Mountain Black and Mad Melon (real names Jimoh Olotu and Omeofa Oghene respectively) are better known by hit single ‘I am a Danfo Driver, Suo’

As youngsters growing up in the slums of Ajegunle, Lagos they were exposed to the conventional music of the Ajegunle called Galala music and indulged in it in their leisure time.

They drove a commercial bus to make ends meat until they were discovered by Cornerstone Music and the rest as they say is history.

The single released in 2003 was such a big hit nationwide, that it became an anthem of sorts and set on the neon tracks of the spotlight.

The song ‘I Am a Danfo Driver, Suo’ was chosen along with Tuface’s song ‘African Queen’ as the sound tracks for Phat Girlz, making them the first Nigerian artistes to have their tracks used as soundtracks in a Hollywood movie.

They released a sophomore album titled “Danfo Travel: Success Story” in 2005 which did well especially with the track “kpolongo” led to their first European tour in October 2006. They performed in Athens, Sweden, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, and several other countries.

They have performed in many African countries including; Sierra Leone, Benin Republic, Togo ,Ghana amongst others.

As their contract with Cornerstone Music ended they released their third album entitled New Chapter with another hit track- Meshango

Their dreams came true and they succeeded. While they later had problems with their marketer and Cornerstone Records, they managed to release two albums; Danfo Driver (2003) and Danfo Travel: Success Story (2005).

I Am a Danfo Driver, Suo,’ was one of the Nigerian songs selected for Phat Girlz and ‘i’ the lead single from their sophomore album also led them on a European tour. Their lives changed forever and they never remained the same.

While reports had it that they got undercut for their first album, they finally cut ties with Cornerstone Records after the release of Danfo Travel. In 2014, they told Vanguard that Cornerstone Records permitted their marketer to pirate their albums and that Cornerstone Records didn’t promote them enough.

After they left Cornerstone, they released their third album, New Chapter. It didn’t match the success of their previous two albums. The lead single, ‘Meshango‘ didn’t crack it.

But before went on a hiatus, they had other hits like, ‘Iya Mi,’ ‘Na God,’ ‘Sensimilla,‘ and ‘No Matter What Dem Do.’

In honesty, tracing the impact and influence of Mad Melon and Mountain Black is quite hard. One can simply not pin the success of every patois-talking, ragga-singing Nigerian act down to them.

However, the present is only a reflection of the past or at least, an evolution of it. Pop music is a product of the experiences of any society over a period of time. The sound that aided the ‘Danfo Drivers’ was avant-garde and very rude.

After Mad Melon and Mountain Black, two-man groups like, X-Project and Zule Zoo embodied that avant-garde and very rude sound that you can’t help but be attracted to.

Asides that, Mad Melon and Mountain Black also continued the trend of socio-political music that Ajegunle championed. Currently, Patoranking and Prettyboy D-O create those brands of socially relevant and politically charged dancehall music. Like Ajegunle in the 2000s, Agege’s offsprings now document the story of inner-city Nigeria.

If members of the alte demography were going to dress in 2019, it would probably reflect something that Mad Melon and Mountain Black helped popularize; the funny necklaces, oversized sports outfits, head warmers, durags, funny shades and so forth.

In counter-culture terms, ‘Sensimilla’ and ‘Jogodo’ by Professor Linkin are particularly influential tracks for smokers. If the ‘cool kids’ currently take weed as a rite of passage, some people sang about it in 2003.

After the release of their debut album, Mad Melon and Mountain Black took the party to Nigeria Universities alongside Professor Linkin. They created a madness.

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Dear sunshine music lovers worldwide, we present you Danfo Drivers songs from A to Z.

The duo of Mountain Black and Mad Melon (real names Jimoh Olotu and Omeofa Oghene respectively) are better known by hit single ‘I am a Danfo Driver, Suo’

As youngsters growing up in the slums of Ajegunle, Lagos they were exposed to the conventional music of the Ajegunle called Galala music and indulged in it in their leisure time.

They drove a commercial bus to make ends meat until they were discovered by Cornerstone Music and the rest as they say is history.

The single released in 2003 was such a big hit nationwide, that it became an anthem of sorts and set on the neon tracks of the spotlight.

The song ‘I Am a Danfo Driver, Suo’ was chosen along with Tuface’s song ‘African Queen’ as the sound tracks for Phat Girlz, making them the first Nigerian artistes to have their tracks used as soundtracks in a Hollywood movie.

They released a sophomore album titled “Danfo Travel: Success Story” in 2005 which did well especially with the track “kpolongo” led to their first European tour in October 2006. They performed in Athens, Sweden, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, and several other countries.

They have performed in many African countries including; Sierra Leone, Benin Republic, Togo ,Ghana amongst others.

As their contract with Cornerstone Music ended they released their third album entitled New Chapter with another hit track- Meshango

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Their dreams came true and they succeeded. While they later had problems with their marketer and Cornerstone Records, they managed to release two albums; Danfo Driver (2003) and Danfo Travel: Success Story (2005).

I Am a Danfo Driver, Suo,’ was one of the Nigerian songs selected for Phat Girlz and ‘i’ the lead single from their sophomore album also led them on a European tour. Their lives changed forever and they never remained the same.

While reports had it that they got undercut for their first album, they finally cut ties with Cornerstone Records after the release of Danfo Travel. In 2014, they told Vanguard that Cornerstone Records permitted their marketer to pirate their albums and that Cornerstone Records didn’t promote them enough.

After they left Cornerstone, they released their third album, New Chapter. It didn’t match the success of their previous two albums. The lead single, ‘Meshango‘ didn’t crack it.

But before went on a hiatus, they had other hits like, ‘Iya Mi,’ ‘Na God,’ ‘Sensimilla,‘ and ‘No Matter What Dem Do.’

In honesty, tracing the impact and influence of Mad Melon and Mountain Black is quite hard. One can simply not pin the success of every patois-talking, ragga-singing Nigerian act down to them.

However, the present is only a reflection of the past or at least, an evolution of it. Pop music is a product of the experiences of any society over a period of time. The sound that aided the ‘Danfo Drivers’ was avant-garde and very rude.

After Mad Melon and Mountain Black, two-man groups like, X-Project and Zule Zoo embodied that avant-garde and very rude sound that you can’t help but be attracted to.

Asides that, Mad Melon and Mountain Black also continued the trend of socio-political music that Ajegunle championed. Currently, Patoranking and Prettyboy D-O create those brands of socially relevant and politically charged dancehall music. Like Ajegunle in the 2000s, Agege’s offsprings now document the story of inner-city Nigeria.

If members of the alte demography were going to dress in 2019, it would probably reflect something that Mad Melon and Mountain Black helped popularize; the funny necklaces, oversized sports outfits, head warmers, durags, funny shades and so forth.

In counter-culture terms, ‘Sensimilla’ and ‘Jogodo’ by Professor Linkin are particularly influential tracks for smokers. If the ‘cool kids’ currently take weed as a rite of passage, some people sang about it in 2003.

After the release of their debut album, Mad Melon and Mountain Black took the party to Nigeria Universities alongside Professor Linkin. They created a madness.

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