1st Look: Don Jazzy’s Mavins All-Star set it off with ‘All is in order’

1st Look: Don Jazzy’s Mavins All-Star set it off with ‘All is in order’

Moments after signing youngster, Crayon, on Friday, May 31, 2019. Mavins Record CEO, Don Jazzy immediately put him to work with the rest of the squad.


Mavins All-Stars have released their first official single as a band since the departure of Tiwa Savage and Reekado Banks.


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The record label is renowned as one of the most fascinating music coterie in Nigeria. Despite the departure of Wande Coal during the formative years, they have remained firm and found diverse methodologies to fit into diverse eras.


Don Jazzy gave his fledgling protegees, Rema, Crayon, and the DNA Boys a chance to express their music prowess along with Korede Bello, who is one of the longest serving members in the group in recent times.


Watch the video below:


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This release marks a return to a tradition of collaboration and artistic partnership that Mavins has been known for; making it an appealing platform for emerging artists to develop alongside veteran artists.


In 2014, Mavins released the well received hit singles, ‘Dorobucci’ and ‘Adaobi’. The songs achieved mainstream popularity and saw emerging acts, Reekado Banks, Korede Bello and Di’ja achieve relative success in their respective careers.


Mavins honcho, Don Jazzy has remained relevant in the industry courtesy of his business acumen and management skill. ‘All is in order’ is a 3-minute song, the lyrics of the single evolves around positivity and the desire to stay prominent as an industry.


Don Jazzy is highly respected for giving youngsters the opportunity to explore as individuals and connect like a team.



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