A gifted Nigerian record producer, Don Jazzy owns the illustrious Nigerian No. 1 record company Mavin Records, which debuts with the first-rate classic song called “Won Da Mo.“
Mavin Records is the creation of African acclaimed producer and entrepreneur, Michael Collins Ajereh (Don Jazzy). Launched on May 8th, 2012 as a totally independent music company, Mavin Records quickly attracted the attention of the world. Mavin is home to some of Africa’s most promising musical talents, who have amassed a slew of prizes, hit singles, brand sponsorships, and other notable accomplishments. Famous artists who have performed at the event include Dr.SID, Tiwa Savage, D’Prince, Reekado Banks, Korede Bello, and Di’Ja.
These extraordinary musicians have all brought their different musical backgrounds to the forefront. New producers Baby Fresh and Altims have also contributed their quotas to ensure the label’s continued success. The end result is a seamless fusion of Soul, Hip-Hop, R&B, and Afrobeat creations.
Given the number of talents rising from the streets, we’ve witnessed a lot of breakthroughs for most new musicians that enter the industry and use freestyle videos to demonstrate what they have in store for us.
After releasing earlier songs this year, the well-enchanted song is his most recent offering.
It used the outstanding musical contributions of its label members, including legendary Nigerian singer-songwriter Rema, female music sensation Ayra Starr, talented rapper LadiPoe, phenomenal singers and songwriters Crayon, Boy Spyce, Bayanni, Magixx, and top-tier Nigerian singer Johnny Drille, to create a shock wave.
Furthermore, “Overdose,” their prior joint debut offering, which is currently raving our speakers, is followed by this excellent song.
Hopefully, the widespread acceptance of this record will propel the Afro-classic crooner to new heights.
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5 months ago
Good afternoon…..and how are you doing over there my dear?
5 months ago
My best from nigeria I say that’s good keep it up