Music executive Don Jazzy has proven for the umpteenth time that he is a proud advocate of love.
The Mavins CEO won the admiration of social media users as he spoke highly of his rival, Olaminde’s act, Fireboy.
The icon had expressed excitement as he watched the video of Fireboy and Asaka’s newly released video for Bandana.
Don Jazzy gave the singer his flowers as he commented positively on it.
This proves his love for all artists in the music industry, irrespective of their label/management.
Praising him, many of the commenters described him as a sweet soul.
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xxnifesi: Don is such a sweet soul
festi_brownskin: Awwwwwwww the Don himself
wrldprincecharming: Man with a good heart no hate zone for this man
pharmwendy: This man is the most pleasant celeb in Nigeria
queen_arthur.a: Person wey no get problem
Kemi Filani news recalls Don Jazzy had reacted to the big win of singer, Tems and Wizkid at the BET Awards 2022.
Singer Tems made history and broke records as she became the first female Nigerian Afrobeats artiste to win the best international act at the 2022 BET AWARDS.
The singer who keeps making Nigerians proud bagged two awards at the award event, which was held on Sunday, June 26th.
Adding to her feathers, 27-year-old Tems also took home the award for Best Collaboration from Wizkid’s song “Essence”, which features her and Justin Bieber.
This wasn’t just a big night for Tems alone but for Nigerian artists as well.
Singer, Fireboy also took centre stage with his incredible performance at the event.
Reacting to it, Don Jazzy noted how busy Afrobeats had been of late.
The Mavins producer stated that he was super proud of the game as artists kept making us proud both at home and abroad.
“Afrobeats has never been this busy. You look left and right, home and abroad, there is so much to make you smile with pride. I’m super proud of the game”.
Don Jazzy had declared singer, Wizkid as the African pop culture artist of the decade.
Artiste Adesope Olajide had taken to his page to question who Nigerians would crown their African pop future artist.
He threw the question hours after Billboard declared Drake the artist of the decade.
Following the news, Adesipe questioned who Nigerians would rank as their artist of the decade.
“Since Billboards awarded Drake the artist of the decade, who will you give that accolade to in African pop culture”.
Don Jazzy took to the comment section and declared Wizkid the artist of the decade.
He commented with, “Wiz”.