- Mavin Record boss, Don Jazzy, is passing a strong message to all his friends as he shared a video with Johnny Drille and DJ BigN
- The music executive talked about how people no longer reach out to their friends because of social media posts
- He held the talks in the studio with Drille and BigN, and they debuted a new song dedicated to friends and announced its release date
- Nigerians have reacted differently to Don Jazzy's lovely post about the importance of reaching out to friends
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Veteran Nigerian music producer, Don Jazzy, sat with one of his signees, Johnny Drille, and DJ BigN to talk about how friendship is declining these days.
Don Jazzy noted that he learnt the lesson when sending out invites for his mother's burial to friends. According to him, he discovered that he hasn't been reaching out to many people.
Don Jazzy visits his old neighbourhood, points out where his late mum used to sell Akara in emotional video
The Mavin boss noted that people are so distant from each other, but social media has made it look like they are close.
He decided to make a song dedicated to mending friendships titled How Are You My Friend. According to him:
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"We don’t call enough anymore to check up on ourselves. GOD forbid the only time we get to do that is when something bad happens. We can do better."
Don Jazzy produced the song himself and announced its release date. He sprayed Johnny Drille money in the video, but he picked up his cash himself.
Check out the post below:
Nigerians react to Don Jazzy's post
Social media users have reacted differently to Don Jazzy's post about appreciating friendship, most of them hailed him.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
Dbanj, Timaya, other celebs join Don Jazzy on the dancefloor at his mother’s burial, make it rain cash on him
"Facts… my condolences once more Jazzy. See you tomorrow."
"I said this to my friend today. We see our friends post on social media and think they are ok forgetting some of us post not because we are ok but because out of sight is out of mind."
"Johnny Drille should be an Afro RNB artiste."
"Songs with backstories, songs of substances."
"We need more of this kinda music."
Dbanj and Timaya visit Don Jazzy and his father ahead of mum's burial
Popular Nigerian music mogul, Don Jazzy, and his father have shown fans that music runs in their family.
A video made the rounds of two top stars, Dbanj and Timaya, paying Don Jazzy and his father a visit ahead of his mum’s burial.
In the clip, Don Jazzy and his father, as well as Timaya and Dbanj, all sang together as they watched one of their music videos on TV.