When Don Jazzy and D’Banj severed ties years back, the fallout came from the former’s desire to conquer the Nigerian market. One of the byproducts of that breakup was the Supreme Mavin Dynasty. Since then, the label has become a model for how Nigerian labels should be run and emerged by far as the most relevant label of this era. As they release All Is In Order, we are introduced to their new kid on the block, Crayon.
All Is In Order sees Don Jazzy pick up the mic as he opens the record but also takes center stage on the hook fusing together verses from Korede Bello, DNA, Rema and Crayon that all allude to rising and becoming stars.
It is believed that Crayon’s addition to the Mavin roster was facilitated by the launch of Baby Fresh’s Blow Time Entertainment which shall be a subsidiary of Mavin Records and also features producers like Prestige and Ozedikus.
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