Don Jazzy recalls trying to sell Mo’Hits for N1 million (Video)

Seasoned music producer, Michael Collins Ajereh, better known as Don Jazzy, has revealed that he once tried to sell Mo’Hits records, for N1million.

The Mavin Records Chief Executive Officer said he attempted to sell the label which he co-founded with superstar singer, D’banj to music executive Obi Asika in the early days of its existence.

Don Jazzy recalls trying to sell Mo’Hits for N1 million

Don Jazzy made this known when he was questioned on an episode of Black Box interview, explaining that the attempt was unsuccessful.

According to him, D’banj’s release of the the hit song “Tongolo” brought him limelight but fell short of the anticipated financial gain, and thus this prompted the desire to sell of Mo’Hits.

Although he didn’t provide details for why the transaction fell through, he said the sequence of events turned out to be a lucky break for the label which produced stars like D’Banj, Tiwa and Wande Coal.

Watch the interview below:

In other news…

Young music sensation, Sulaimon Shekoni Solomon, popularly addressed as Khaid, has recalled begging Mavin records artiste, Rema to help him get signed to the record label.

He said he was so desperate that he was willing to give Rema his first N1 million if he would have facilitated his record deal with Mavin but he never saw his messages.

His words; “Rema if you are seeing this, please take heart. I actually went to Rema’s [Instagram] DM one day with my old account and sent my freestyle video to him. I said, ‘Bro, I know that you trap like me. Please, help me show this video to Don Jazzy. Let him sign me so that we will be in the same record label.’

“He didn’t see the message. At that time, I was texting him with all emotions in me, bro. I was texting him with prayers. I was willing to give him my first 1 million.”


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