Don Jazzy To Mentor Young Talents
Frontline music company, Marvin Records, is nine years old. The record label which was founded by producer and philanthropist, Don Jazzy, is home to a number of talents including Korede Bello, Jonny Drille, Arya Starr, Crayon and Rema.Reeling out some of the company’s achievements, the label’s Chief Operating Officer, stated that it’s artistes songs had recorded over two billion streams, later, $4m in sales and a multi million dollar investment by Kupanda Holdings. He also stated that regardless of those achievements, the team remained as inspired as ever. He said, “2021 is the year we would consolidate on our legacy while charting a new route for the future of afrobeat.”
To celebrate its 9th anniversary, the record label announced the ‘Marvin Future Five Initiative’, which seeks to mentor five music business enthusiasts and groom them to occupy salient positions in the industry. According to the Chief Operating Officer of the company, there are young people everywhere in need of someone to believe in them.”No matter how genius your potential is, everyone has to do their 10,000 hours. You need practice. There are young people everywhere in need of someone to believe in them. At Mavin, we are looking to build the future of music in Africa by building those who would be in charge of it.” On his part, Don Jazzy noted that the company was resolute in its determination to place value on talents.