Mavins Release All-Star Track “Won Da Mo” Off Upcoming “Mavin At 10” Album

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Following the realease of its first all star track of the year Overdose, the Mavins crew is back with another banger titled Won Da Mo. The 4-minute star-studded track featured Rema on the first verse and hook, Crayon on the chorus, Boy Spyce on the second verse, Bayanni, Magixx, Ladipoe on the third verse, Ayra Starr, and Johnny Drille with the final verse and outro. 

Originally meant to premiere on the 4th of November, the Won Da Mo release was pushed back by Mavins due to the events that transpired at the time. In a post the group wrote: “Mavin All Stars’ Won Da Mo release date has now been moved to Wednesday 9th, November. The road still leads to the dynasty!!!”

The track was produced by one of their freshly minted signees Andre Vibez, who is also responsible for producing Rema’s hit record Calm Down which recently surpassed 1 billion streams across all platforms. Rema, who was missing on Overdose to create a spotlight on the newer artists, came in guns blazing and reminded us why he was bestowed the “Prince of Afrobeats”. The track was properly structured to give every artist their own time to do what they do best without anyone being outshined. 

Commenting on the upcoming Mavins all star album Don Jazzy wrote: “It’s more fun when it’s with family. Excited to announce the Mavin at 10 special, curated specially for our fans.” The album as well as all the singles released are part of the celebration of the record label’s 10 year anniversary. The album features, Rema, Ayra Starr, Crayon, Johnny Drille, Ladipoe, and the newbies Magixx, Bayanni, and Boyspyce and there is also a Mavin all-star concert scheduled for the 16th of December.

Mavin Records (also known as the Supreme Mavin Dynasty) is a Nigerian music corporation record label founded by record producer and recording artist Don Jazzy on 8 May 2012. The label’s inception came to fruition following the closure of Mo’ Hits Records, a record label owned by the aforementioned producer and D’Banj.

Check out Won Da Mo below: