Don Jazzy, a well-known music producer, has announced a new member to the Mavin Records family.
Citi News compiled Don Jazzy, the Chief Executive Officer of Mavin Records, came to Twitter on Wednesday evening to introduce a new female singer, Lifesize Teddy.
Don Jazzy introduced the musician as a rapper, poet, vocalist, and composer.
“Unveiling a new artist is a reminder of how an artist has let themselves go through the laid down process of the Mavin academy, the testament of our faith in them and the coming together of our hard work,” the music producer stated.
“With the power vested in me by the Supreme Mavin Dynasty it’s my pleasure to introduce you to Mavin’s latest signee. Rapper, poet, singer, and songwriter Lifesize Teddy. Pls, follow and welcome Lifesize Teddy.”
Lifesize Teddy’s EP is set to be released at midnight on Wednesday, according to the video accompanying Don Jazzy’s post.
Don Jazzy, a popular music producer, has revealed why he was unable to attract Afrobeat singers Davido and Wizkid to his now-defunct record label, Mo’ Hits.
Don Jazzy and D’banj co-founded Mo’ Hits Records in 2006, but the label went bankrupt in 2012.
The Mavin chairman claimed in a recent podcast discussion with Fisayo Fosudo that he was unable to sign Wizkid because Banky W’s EME got to him first.
He stated that it would have been “amazing” if he had signed Wizkid to his label.