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I've Been Fortunate To Start & Run Two Major Music Labels – Don Jazzy

It's true Don Jazzy has been successful in this music making business...back to back. Kudos to him!

31 comments:

  1. big congrats bro,keep it up.nenyekutes@gmail.com

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  2. Hmmmm he has done well, but I doubt if Mo-Hits still exist

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  3. Congrats to u... enough strength..


    Olu famous second wife

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  4. he has bring changes in many nigerian life its not easy, is good Wen god bless u use it to bless others

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  5. Back in the days. Every single was a hit, back to back. From why me, to close to you, to boot call. Keep it up guys

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  6. Beauty of hardwork and grace. kudos to him.

    dec.16th@yahoo.com

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  7. When hard work meet goodluck the result is success, Don Jazzy na so e be

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  8. When hard work meet goodluck the result is success, Don Jazzy na so e be

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  9. If a man goes in the direction of his dream, he will meet up with reality!

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  10. I saluted you Don jazzy. He is a very vibrant and resourceful fellow

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  11. There are some other things many could not see yet...he his intelligent. he had been able to build international brands from ground floor. I respect him so much..

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  12. Really sucessful and humble at that.

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  13. Don Jazzy is undoubtedly one of the hottest producers in Nigeria right now, and that’s without a question. But could he be the greatest Nigerian producer ever? Here are 5 reasons we think he might be the greatest Nigerian

    1. Some Of The Best Hits and Albums

    Don Jazzy’s discography is simply outstanding, and when you look at it, he’s been directly responsible for the production of some of the greatest Nigerian albums of the past decade; Dbanj – No Long Thing (2005), Dbanj – RunDown Funk U Up (2006), Dbanj – Entertainer (2008), Wande Coal – Mushin To Mohits (2009), Mo-Hits All Stars (2008), Dr SID – Turning Point (2010, Mavins – Solar Plexus (2012). And the singles? Way too many to list out but let’s highlight the big ones, Dbanj – Fall In Love, Wande Coal – Bumper to Bumper, D’Prince – Omoba, Dbanj – Gbono Feli Feli, Dr Sid – Over The Moon, Dbanj – Oliver Twist, Mavins – Dorobucci, Dr Sid – Surulere and the list can go on and on.

    2. He Can Reinvent Himself

    Usually when big break ups happen like the break up of Mo-Hits, it tends to spell the beginning of the end for all parties. Everyone figured Dbanj and Don Jazzy would go on to have decent careers but most predictions had it that it’ll never be as high as it was. Fast forward 3 years, and Don Jazzy has reinvented himself and re-branded in the name of Mavins, and has amassed a whole new squad of hit makers in Tiwa Savage, Dr Sid, Korede Bello, Dija, Reekado Banks and D’Prince. He’s found a way to have the hottest record label in Nigeria once again. Talk about bouncing back up like a rubber ball. READ Headies Next Rated Award Sparks War of Words Between Olamide and Don Jazzy
    In contrast, Dbanj’s music career seems to have taken a nose dive without a major record hitting the top of the charts despite a huge number of singles out.

    3. Made Some Big Artists

    Dbanj, Wande Coal, Dr Sid and D’Prince all owe a huge amount of their success to aligning themselves up with Don Jazzy. It’s an outstanding attribute to have the ability to harness someone’s talent and kick it into high gear. With Korede Bello, Dija, and Reekado Banks slowly becoming household names, it’s clear that Don Jazzy’s earlier achievements is no fluke.

    4. Social Media Promo

    One thing is clear about Don Jazzy. He doesn’t just understand music, he understands entertainment and the ability to use modern tools to market it. When you take a look at how huge Oliver Twist got with the competition, how Doro in Dorobucci became the slang of 2015, and other major social media trends he’s created just from his music, you realize that Don Baba J is not just a beat maker, but a entertainment business mogul.

    5. Longevity

    It’s been a solid 13 years that Don Jazzy has been active in the industry, and it’s interesting that there aren’t many moments where he is not in the conversation as being the best producer at that moment. With his ability to reinvent himself, pick out talent, and harness it, you can see Don Jazzy being in the game till he decides he’s tired or maybe creates a product and chills out like Dr Dre.

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  14. hardwork + not relenting + God = Favour

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  15. No doubt, Don Jazzy is an icon

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  16. Stewpid
    He used artist to promote another and later dump him
    Dbanj to wande
    Wande to Tiwa
    Korede to blank
    Just too early to dump Kerede B
    I swear He will neva renew his contract with Mavin
    Dbanj, wande are very lucky to av left
    Dprince & Dr Sid just dey collect salaries

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  17. At least, as far Music Production of 21st century Nigeria is concerned, he still remains a don!

    olutoscene1@gmail.com

    #Olu,can you see?

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  18. Well-done don baba..inumidun

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  19. Its Don Jazzy again. *in D'banj's voice

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