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Don Jazzy admits Mavin Record label is going under, begs fans to pray for recovery

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Michael Collins Ajereh aka Don Jazzy the CEO of Mavin Records, which is also known as Supreme Mavin Dynasty, has admitted the fact that things are not going on well with his music platform at the moment.

The producer and entrepreneur who established the wholly independent music label on May 8th 2012 made that much known when he replied a fan on Twitter @AmbroseOkwoli who asked whether Mavin Records is dead following the exit of artiste’s formerly signed to the label.

“Mr Jazzy is Mavin dead or Buhari’s change has hit your label? This one your top artistes are leaving, leaving behind the learner’s and the upcoming,” the fan asked on Twitter.

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In his reply, Don Jazzy wrote saying; “Naaa we never die. We just faint small. E Dey happen… Pray for us to recover if you can.”

Don Jazzy admittance comes a month after singer, Reekado Banks, whose real name is Ayoleyi Solomon, parted ways with Marvin Records.

Moments after jumping ship to launch his own record label, “Banks Music’’, the talented musician posted a message on Instagram thanking Don Jazzy for the opportunity he gave him when he signed with the record label in 2013.

Don Jazzy admits Mavin Record label is going under, begs fans to pray for recovery

Ahmed Boulor

Boulor is a versatile journalist who is passionate about the world of arts, entertainment, politics and sports. He is also an ardent Arsenal FC fan.

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Ahmed Boulor

Boulor is a versatile journalist who is passionate about the world of arts, entertainment, politics and sports. He is also an ardent Arsenal FC fan.