This is a surprise news anyway! Mavin Records boss, Don Jazzy, has revealed like never before of his highly publicized business separation from D’banj, and finally admitted that it was not a good decision.
Speaking in an exlcusive interview in a TV programme “Worst Day in Business”, a show hosted by Peace Hyde on CNBC Africa, multi-millionaire music producer and CEO of Mavin Records, Micheal Ajereh Collins, popularly known as Don Jazzy, has revealed that his business separation from Dapo Oyebanjo a.k.a D’banj, was not a good decision.
Recall that the former co-owners of Mo Hits Records, split in 2012 over differences in interests, which led to the death of the once blooming record label which they built together.
Don Jazzy told Peace Hyde: “The decision to part ways with my former partner D’Banj at some point or at that point was not the right decision. As much as there were financial consequences, it was also that I lost a friend and a brother,” the 33-year-old producer responded when asked for his worst day in business.
“It was a mutual agreement, he wanted to concentrate on the American market and I thought we were not ripe enough, I just felt that we were wasting so much money in trying to create smoke where there was no fire. It’s not like I am not looking at the bigger picture, I just like to be realistic,” he said.
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