Don Jazzy Says He’s Still “Upcoming” Despite Legendary Status

Don Jazzy

Veteran Nigerian producer and music executive Michael Collins Ajereh, known as Don Jazzy, has stated that he is still just scratching the surface of his career.

The 41-year-old Mavin Records boss made this comment in response to a fan’s suggestion for an all-legends concert featuring him, P-Square, Wande Coal, and others. The fan, with the X handle @beingzora, wrote, “Ughhh someone needs to plan an OG Naija music festival with P-Square, D’banj, Wande Coal, Duncan Mighty, Don Jazzy (Old Mavins), Ice Prince!!! That would go so crazyyyy!”

Reposting the tweet, Don Jazzy replied, “I be upcoming o. Stay there.”

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Don Jazzy rose to prominence in 2004 after co-founding Mo’ Hits Records with D’banj. From 2011 to 2015, he served as an in-house producer for Kanye West’s record label, GOOD Music. In 2012, he founded Mavin Records after the split of Mo’ Hits.

In 2024, he sold Mavin Records to Universal Music Group but remained the chief executive officer (CEO).

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