Don Jazzy unveils Mavins corporate office, studio as he clocks 37

Don Jazzy unveils Mavins corporate office, studio as he clocks 37

Michael Collins Ajereh, more popularly known as Don Jazzy, has unveiled a new corporate and creative studio of Mavins Records, his music label, both l

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Michael Collins Ajereh, more popularly known as Don Jazzy, has unveiled a new corporate and creative studio of Mavins Records, his music label, both located in Victoria Island and Lekki axis of Lagos, just as he celebrated his 37th birthday.

The music producer announced the launch via social media on Tuesday, while describing the luxurious building as a gift to himself, as part of his efforts to make sure his business is in order as he ages. According to him, the milestone would see his business move to two corporate spaces — one in Victoria Island and the creative studios in Lekki — so as to further boost the productivity and creativity of his team.

“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 all is in order with my business. In addition to my birthday celebration, we are also unveiling our new creative and corporate spaces,” he wrote.

“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. Thanks for all the birthday wishes.”

Mavin Records, founded by Don Jazzy in 2012, came to fruition after the closure of Mo’ Hits Records, a record label co-owned by the aforementioned producer and D’banj. The label is home to Korede Bello, D’Prince, Johnny Drille Rema, among others.