No one will forget Mo'Hits.

The group was the toast for many years and wowed fans with songs from Dbanj, Wande Coal, Dr Sid, D’Prince, Kay Switch, Ikechukwu and even Don Baba J himself.

They thrilled fans with songs like Endowed, Why Me, Pop Champagne, Chop Banana and the all star hit song Booty Call.

The Mo'Hits crew were recently reunited during Davido’s 30 billion concert and left music lovers wishing for the resurrection of the now defunct group.

In a recent tweet from one of Nigeria’s greatest music export in recent times, Wizkid, had to find out from the beat master himself, Don Jazzy, on how he got inspiration for the song ‘Booty Call’.

Bounce News shares 4 things Nigerian musicians, both upcoming and established can learn from the smash hit of one of Nigeria’s greatest groups.

1.    Nigerians Love A Good Beat

In Nigeria a good beat sells a song.

Even when you just mumble a word repeatedly, like D’prince did in the mega hit ‘Chop Banana’ the compositions of the various compartments- the verses, the chorus and the hook might not really matter.

‘Booty Call’ had that infectious beat that could make anyone get on the dance floor.

2. Repeat Words Or Phrases

‘I love that booty’ are the four words that dominate the song.

You might remember the exact lyrics, but you will never forget these repeated words.

Repetition makes words or phrases stick and add to the infectiousness, so ‘I love that booty’ keeps ringing in the listeners ears and heart, long after the song has been turned off.

Olamide is a  ‘culprit’ of this formula, his last album, 'Lagos Na Wa', is a project filled with good beats and a lot of catchy phrases like ‘Wo’, “Saysaymarley” and “On a Must Buzz”

3. Please Don’t Forget To Rhyme

To every hit song there is a  rhyme pattern.

Just pick any hit song and the first thing that comes to your mind is the rhyme pattern. In ‘Booty Call’ it’s the hook that  first comes to mind.

"I love that overload/ It dey make me catch cold/walking down the road /Girl, I want you to know/your back is like gold"

4. Relax, Don’t Be Too Serious

Rule number one of recording your song in the studio, do not be too serious.

Inspiration comes when your relaxed, ask Wizkid, Davido or Tekno.

When Wizkid asked Don Jazzy how he made Booty Call, the Mavin Records boss gave a hilarious story, about how the song was inspired by fartting.

If they were too serious in the studio, the smelly gas from someone’s buttocks could not have inspired a hit song that has evergreen tendencies.

This gives ladies permission to stop 'forming' and fart anywhere, because they do not know who they are inspiring.

Hope your inspired.