Mavin Records clocks nine, reveals plans to build the future of music in Africa


One of Nigeria’s frontline music companies, Mavin Records, founded by music producer and philanthropist Don Jazzy clocked nine years old on the 8th of May 2021, while unveiling plans to build the future of music in Africa.

The label’s Chief Operating Officer, Tega Oghenejobo, while reeling out some of the achievements of the music label stated that it’s artistes songs had recorded over two billion streams later, $4m in sales and a multimillion dollar investment by Kupanda Holdings.

He also revealed that to celebrate its ninth anniversary, the record label has announced the ‘Mavin Future Five Initiative’, which seeks to mentor five music business enthusiasts and groom them to occupy salient positions in the industry.

Oghenejobo said, “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.”

The Mavin Future Five is a quinary of the most curious, creative and proactive music enthusiasts in Nigeria and it is also a chance for music wannabes to join the global music powerhouse.

According to reports, Mavin Future Five project will be a 6-Month Internship program at Mavin Global, where select candidates will receive mentorship from the best in the business and gain valuable industry experience in the continent’s biggest music label.


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