Curriculum Vitae (album)

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Curriculum Vitae
Mo' Hits All Stars Curriculum Vitae album.jpg
Compilation album by Mo' Hits All Stars
Released 2007
Recorded 2006–2007
Genre Afrobeat, Afropop
Label Mo' Hits Records
Producer Don Jazzy
Mo' Hits All Stars chronology
Curriculum Vitae
(2007) Curriculum Vitae2007
Singles from Curriculum Vitae
  1. "Why Me (Remix)"
  2. "Pere"
  3. "Ololufe"
  4. "Booty Call"
  5. "Move Your Body"
  6. "My Grind"
  7. "Ten Ten"

Curriculum Vitae is a compilation album by recording artists of Nigerian record label Mo' Hits Records, released in 2007, by the label. Nigerian record producer Don Jazzy, head of the label, first revealed plans for a label collaborative album in 2006. The album produced five singles—"Why Me (Remix)","Pere", "Ololufe", "Booty Call", and "Move Your Body". Upon its release, Curriculum Vitae received positive reviews from music critics.

Background and recording[edit]

Don Jazzy founded the Mo' Hits label in 2004. Since the label's inception, multiple acts have been signed to the label, including close collaborators of Jazzy such as D'banj, Wande Coal, Dr SID, D'Prince and Kayswitch.

Release[edit]

Curriculum Vitae was made available for purchase on iTunes in 2009.[1] Moreover, it was made available on Badoski[2] and MyAfricaBargains.[3]

Singles[edit]

  • "Move Your Body" is a song by Wande Coal and D'banj. The song and its music video have a club theme to it.[4]
  • "Why Me (Remix)" is a song by Wande Coal and D'banj. It is the successor to D'banj's "Why Me", a single off his RunDown Funk U Up album.
  • "Pere" is a song by D'banj and Wande Coal. The music video for the single, shot in Lagos, was uploaded onto YouTube in 2008.[5]
  • "Booty Call" is a song by D'banj, Wande Coal, Dr SID, D'Prince and K-Switch.[6]
  • "Ololufe" is a song by Wande Coal. In addition to appearing on this album, the song appeared on Coal's Mushin 2 Mohits album.[7]
  • "My Grind" is a song by Wande Coal, D'Prince, Dr SID, and K-Switch. The music video for the song, shot in Lagos, was uploaded to YouTube on September 23, 2008.[8]
  • "Ten Ten" is a song by Wande Coal, Dr SID, K-Switch, and D'Prince. The music video for the song was uploaded onto YouTube in 2009.[9]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Move Your Body" (featuring D'banj and Wande Coal) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo and Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe Don Jazzy 4:01
2. "Be Close to You" (featuring D'banj, Wande Coal, Dr SID, and D'Prince) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, Sidney Onoriode Esiri, Charles Enebeli Don Jazzy 3:43
3. "What You Want Do To Me" (featuring D'banj, Wande Coal, Don Jazzy) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, and Michael Collins Ajereh Don Jazzy 3:25
4. "Why Me (Remix)" (featuring D'banj, Wande Coal, Don Jazzy) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, and Michael Collins Ajereh Don Jazzy 5:17
5. "Ololufe" (featuring Wande Coal) Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe Don Jazzy 4:51
6. "Igbe Mi (My S***t)" (featuring D'Prince and D'banj) Charles Enebeli and Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo Don Jazzy 5:37
7. "Masquerade" (featuring D'banj, Wande Coal, and Don Jazzy) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, and Michael Collins Ajereh Don Jazzy 3:57
8. "Hey Girl" (featuring Wande Coal, Don Jazzy, Dr SID, and D'Prince) Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, Michael Collins Ajereh, Sidney Onoriode Esiri, and Charles Enebeli Don Jazzy 5:05
9. "Pere" (featuring D'banj and Wande Coal) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo and Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe Don Jazzy 4:13
10. "Jasi" (featuring D'banj, Wande Coal, and Don Jazzy) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, and Michael Collins Ajereh Don Jazzy 2:49
11. "No Long thing" (featuring Dr SID and D'banj) Sidney Onoriode Esiri and Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo Don Jazzy 3:13
12. "Oh No" (featuring Wande Coal, Dr SID, K-Switch, D'Prince, and D'banj) Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, Sidney Onoriode Esiri, Kehinde Oladotun Oyebanjo, Charles Enebeli, and Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo Don Jazzy 4:57
13. "Anaconda" (featuring D'banj and Wande Coal) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo and Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe Don Jazzy 3:31
14. "Booty Call" (featuring D'banj, Wande Coal, Dr SID, D'Prince, and K-Switch) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, Sidney Onoriode Esiri, Charles Enebeli, and Kehinde Oladotun Oyebanjo Don Jazzy 5:13
15. "Stop the Violence" (featuring D'banj, Wande Coal, Dr SID, and D' Prince) Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, Sidney Onoriode Esiri, and Charles Enebeli, Don Jazzy 6:35

Personnel[edit]

  • Michael Collins Ajereh - Executive producer, Primary artist
  • Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo - Primary artist, writer
  • Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe - Primary artist, writer
  • Sidney Onoriode Esiri - Primary artist, writer
  • Charles Enebeli - Primary artist, writer
  • Kehinde Oladotun Oyebanjo - Primary artist, writer

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
Nigeria 2007 CD, Digital download Mo' Hits Records
iTunes May 18, 2009 Digital download

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Currliculum Vitae by Mo Hits All Stars". iTunes. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  2. ^ "Songs in C.V Curriculum Vitae". Badoski. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  3. ^ "Mo' Hits All Stars - Curriculum Vitae - Video CD". Myafricanbargains. Archived from the original on 22 October 2013. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  4. ^ "Move Your Body - Mo Hits All Stars". YouTube. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  5. ^ "Mo Hits All Stars - PERE-(Music Video) with lyrics". YouTube. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  6. ^ "Booty Call". YouTube. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  7. ^ "Wande Coal - ololufe". YouTube. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  8. ^ "Mo' Hits Allstars - My Grind". YouTube. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 
  9. ^ "mo'hits official video ten ten". YouTube. Retrieved 19 October 2013.