Celebrating his 37th birthday, Michael Collins Ajereh also known as Don Jazzy, has announced the unveiling of Mavin Record creative and corporate spaces.
Jazzy who turned 37 yesterday, posted a video where he shared views to the new space.
According to him, the record label has grown so big corporately and creatively, hence, the decision to expand.
He thanked God for giving him life and also explained that both offices will be in Lagos. While the corporate space would be in Victoria Island, the creative space would be in Lekki.
“All glory to GOD for making me see another year. GOD has been soooo faithful to me.
“They say a fool at forty is a fool forever so Turning 37 today makes me feel like Jazzy you have only 3 more years to be a fool o lol 😂 🤦🏽♂️.
“As I get older I strive to make sure #Allisinorder with my business. So In addition to my birthday celebration, we at Mavin are also unveiling our new creative and corporate spaces.
“We are happy to move to our new spaces. Mavin Records has grown over the years on the corporate and creative side which influenced the decision to relocate our business to two separate spaces with the corporate space in Victoria Island, Lagos and the creative studios in Lekki, Lagos.
“The new spaces will help us ensure our teams are happier, further boost productivity and creativity as we continue to execute our growth plans. Thanks for the love and support always,” Don Jazzy wrote.
Mavin Records has grown over the years. Initially, Don Jazzy and D’Banj, established Mo’Hits. The label housed Wande Coal, D’ Prince, K-Switch, D’Banj and a few others.
When D’Banj left Mo’Hits, Don Jazzy renamed the label “Mavin Records”. Jazzy pouched young talents the likes of Tiwa Savage, Reekado Banks, Di’Ja, Korede Bello, who all became house hold names.
However, while Tiwa Savage and Reekado Banks have exited the label to find a new path, the likes of Rema, Johnny Drille, Crayon and Poe have joined.