'Forever grateful' Rema Hails Don Jazzy, Makes Confession In Exciting Video
- Nigerian music star Rema, in an interview, spoke on his working experience with Don Jazzy and his brother D’Prince
- Rema said he doesn’t tell Don Jazzy how much he loves and appreciates him enough, which has stirred emotions
- Reacting to the statement made by the Calm Down crooner, Don Jazzy said he overloves him too, adding that there is always something to learn from Rema
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Nigerian talented singer Rema will forever be grateful to Mavin label owner Don Jazzy and his brother D’Prince, the owner of Jonzing World, who gave him their platforms through which he has been able to blow beyond the Nigerian music industry.
Rema, in an interview, confessed his love for Don Jazzy and his brother D’Prince. He added that he doesn’t tell the Mavin boss how much he loves and appreciates him enough.
See an extract from the interview below:
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Don Jazzy says he loves Rema
Reacting to the video, Don Jazzy said he overloves Rema as he added that there is always something to learn from the Calm Down singer.
“Awww who is cutting onions here o. I overlove you too . Let me go and watch the whole interview on YouTube. You should too. There is always a thing or 2 to learn from Rema.”
Fans gush as Rema confesses his love for Don Jazzy
See the reactions below:
"We love you Big Daddy."
"Don jazzy is a good man wen it comes to promoting and elevating youngstar ."
"This video made me so happy"
"Wats there not to love about don jazzy ."
"You're supposed to say you love him too nah, Don Baba lol."
Fans react to two different photos of Rema on same TV station
Popular Nigerian singer and Mavin artist Rema went viral on social media over two photos of him taken seven years apart on the same TV station.
The two photos were taken during Rema’s interview on Channels TV at different periods.
The first photo showed Rema as a struggling artist who was yet to make a name for himself in the Nigerian music industry, while the second was a photo from his recent interview with popular TV host Ebuka Uchendu-Obi on his Rubbin Mind show.
Ebuka, in the interview, asked Rema why he chose the University of Lagos (Unilag) over the University of Benin (Uniben), the singer said he chose Unilag because it was closer.