- Mavin Records boss, Don Jazzy, has during a conversation with DJ BigN said some interesting things about YBNL star, Ololade Asake
- Don Jazzy revealed that Asake has blown his mind since the past week and said loads of positive things about him
- The veteran music producer also referred to Asake as Nigeria's Lil Wayne after a close look at his musical displays
Veteran Nigerian music producer, Don Jazzy, is full of praises for popping singer, Ololade Asake.
The Mavin Records boss praised the YBNL signee and hailed his music prowess during an interesting interview with DJ BigN.
DJ BigN asked Don Jazzy about what has blown his mind in the last week and he replied that it is Ololade Asake.
He further went on to explain that the Sunga crooner impressed him:
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"I feel he is such a brilliant artist, he's an all rounder, he's one of those artists that we don't get all the time but when they come, you just know that a star has been born. There was a video that I watched on Youtube, I don't know if it's Clout TVor Glitch where he was performing live.
"He was performing an acoustic I said ha this boy has all the elements because I have already heard Sungba I'd heard Trabaye and Omo Ope."
The producer said other amazing things about Asake and his unique music style.
Don Jazzy added that taking a closer look at Asake, he looked pretty much like a popular American rapper, Lil Wayne.
Watch the interview below:
Oyinbo lady sings Asake's PBUY latest song in video
In another development concerning Ololade Asake, Legit.ng reported that a young white lady sparked massive reactions on social media with the way she sang the YBNL star's new song.
The lady sang Asake's Peace Be Unto You (PBUY) word for word without skipping anything.
Many Nigerians who praised her wondered how she learned the lyrics so fast when they are still trying to master it.
There were those who said she won their hearts by singing a track they really love despite not being a Nigerian.