“I Don’t Regret Leaving Mo’ Hits For Mavins Records” – Dr SID
Written by MaxFM on April 13, 2018
Nigerian artiste, Sidney Onoriode Esiri, popularly known as Dr SID, has revealed that he has no regrets moving from Mo’Hits Records to Mavin Records.
In an interview with Max FM OAP’s, Debbie and Mark, Dr SID revealed that he doesn’t regret anything on his move from Mo’Hits to Mavins as he further claimed that the ‘Mo’Hits never broke up, they all grew up’.
Recall that the Mo’ Hits Records consisting of Don Jazzy, D’banj, K-Switch, Wande Coal, Dr SID and D’Prince, collapsed in 2012.
In March 2012, Don Jazzy confirmed using his Twitter account that D’banj had left the group. D’Banj’s reason for leaving was cited as difference in interests.
Don Jazzy went on to establish another record label known as Mavin Records.
Dr SID also revealed that he was attending a film school while he wasn’t releasing songs and he has featured in two short films, co-directed two music videos and was the solo director of his just released song – Open & Close.
The “Over The Moon” crooner went on to speak about the false news surrounding his marital life. He urged bloggers to be accurate and precise in the news they publish instead of pulling negative stories just to gain attention and the sorts because what they (bloggers) give out about celebrities is what the public will perceive them as, therefore giving the word – ‘Perception is Reality.
Speaking on how he has been able to balance his marital life and his music career. The 37-year-old said it takes a lot of understanding to balance marriage and music career and he is able to balance this two because of the understanding existing between himself and his partner.
Dr SID went on to advice upcoming artistes who are bent on establishing themselves in the industry. He said;
“Music is a business, also you can be versatile in the music business because music is wide, you can be a video editor, songwriter, music producer and others aside being a singer. You have to be sure of what you want before coming into the industry as it would be heartbreaking to venture into music and not achieve your aim”
“Also, never depend on your friends or relations hype before entering the industry” he concluded.