One of the biggest letdowns in the history of Nigerian Music is undebatably Wande Coal’s seeming inability to own the force of his brand, the strength of his talent and lead the pack as we have always expected him to. Away from his affiliation with Don Jazzy and the entire Mo’Hits Crew right from his arrival on scene way back in 2007, Wande Coal’s irrefutable jams and his ability to get people moving was his ticket to the top spot in the industry but somewhere along the line, he lost this ticket and his well deserved number one spot in the industry. There have been theories about why this happened but none from the horse’s mouth.
After filtering in and out of the industry over the past few months, it seems he’s ready to give us a bird’s eye view of his journey, specifically the build up and activities surrouding his King Coal Concert.
In a style that is fast rising in the industry today, Wande Coal opts for a Documentary organized by the people at NotJustOk which might be a tell-all or as superficial as his recent releases. As is the latest trend as embodied by Mr. Eazi’s Documentary, we expect some drama to follow and even more theories.
Although no official date of release has been announced, he has shared a trailer. Watch the Christopher Chukwuedo directed video here.
I have a little story to tell… King Coal the documentary out soon!! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/tsfjA8nQaE— Wande Coal (@wandecoal) March 11, 2019