- The Nigerian social media platform is currently buzzing with reactions over who is the greatest music producer
- This came after a battle between Sarz and Shizzi, saw Sarz emerging as the winner for many people
- While some tried to compare Don Jazzy with other producers, many believe he is the greatest
A few hours ago, two Nigerian producers, Sars and Shizzi, had a music production battle on Instagram live, and fans enjoyed every moment of it. However, many fans on Twitter believe Sarz won the battle.
This sparked a debate about who the greatest music producer is in Nigeria. With names like Pheelz, Sarz, ID Cabasa popping up, one name, however, was constant and that is Don Jazzy.
While many people were of the opinion that there were some producers that were better than Don Jazzy due to the number of hit songs they've produced, majority of Nigerian music lovers, however, believe Don Jazzy is the greatest music producer to ever come out of the country.
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According to them, Don Jazzy was making amazing beats from the moment he ventured into music production.
Citing his Mohits days down to his current label, Mavin, many people believe the only person that should be compared with him is himself.
Below are some reactions on Twitter:
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In other news, as the world continues to battle with the dreaded coronavirus also known as COVID-19, it appears many people have resorted to taking on fun challenges to pass the time.
One of such challenges is the toilet paper challenge, a trend which involves carrying out tricks and showing off talents using toilet paper.
Daughter of billionaire Femi Otedola, Florence Otedola, better known as DJ Cuppy, seems to have joined the challenge and it is pretty interesting to watch.
Still on musicians, Nigerian singer Paul Okoye, one of the defunct P-Square brothers has become one of the celebrities doing their quota for their fans and followers during this period of coronavirus lockdown happening across the country.
However, the Take It crooner is currently angry at one of his followers who showed ungratefulness at his kind gestures.
Just like celebrities like Toyin Abraham, Runtown, Perruzi, and many others, Paul Okoye took to his social media page to send some money to his fans and followers so that they could survive the present lockdown.
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