Don Jazzy, the Chief Executive Officer of the leading record label, Mavins Records has announced that his music company will be giving an opportunity to five music enthusiasts.
Don Jazzy made the announcement on his social media platform, Twitter on Thursday, April 15.
The entertainment connoisseur has admonished fledgeling music talents to apply for the Future Five program. He mentioned that the duration of the mentorship program is 6-months.
1st News gathered further details pertaining to the program on the official platform of the record label.
Read the statement published on Mavin’s official website.
“Mavin Global is recruiting young talents with a strong entrepreneurial spirit and business mindset.
We are looking for people who want to express themselves at the highest levels and with a great work ethic, to join the Future Five program.
Join us for a unique 6 months program that will give you a profound working experience in the music industry.
You will receive mentorship from the Mavin team as you grow and evolve during your internship.
As a member of our team, you will work on specific tasks critical to the label’s needs.
The Mavin Future Five will accept people in the following areas of interest/specialization”
Watch the video released to promote the program below.
I’m excited to present a learning opportunity for young music business enthusiasts from [email protected] team.
— IT’S DON JAZZY AGAIN (@DONJAZZY) April 15, 2021
How Don Jazzy established Mavins into an international brand
Don Jazzy established the record label in 2012 after dissolving Mo’hits which also included D’Banj. He commenced a new journey alongside Dr Sid, Wande Coal and Dr Sid prior to the addition of Tiwa Savage, Reekado Banks, Di’ja and Korede Bello.
The record label has recorded tremendous success since its emergence.
Currently, Mavins is home to Rema, Crayon, Ayra Starr, Johnny Drille and Ladipoe.
In recognition of its contribution to the creative industry, Mavin Records and its artists have won a long list of honours over the years, ranging from the Headies, Soundcity MVP and the MTV EMAs, to the Record Label of The Year at the City People Awards.