Where is Don Jazzy from?

Nigerian record maker, artist lyricist and performer. He has been the CEO of Mo' Hits Records and is the present CEO of Mavin Records.

Michael Collins Ajereh (known as Don Jazzy) was conceived on 26 November 1982 in Umuahia, Abia state, originally from Delta). He grew up with his three kin in Ajegunle city, Lagos state, where his family moved when he was close to nothing. He moved on from Federal Government College Lagos. 

Michael began playing the drums and singing when he was four. At 12 years old, he built up an enthusiasm for the low register guitar. He moved on from the Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma in Edo state where he considered Business Management. 

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In 2000, Don Jazzy moved to London, the United Kingdom when his uncle welcomed him to come play the drums for the area church. 

In 2004, he banded together with D'Banj to set up the Mo' Hits Records. Under Mo' Hits name, he discharged the following collections: 

In 2011, Kanye West saw Don Jazzy's ability and marked him up as a maker on his GOOD Music name. 

In May 2012, he split up with adolescence companion and Mo'Hits accomplice, D'banj, and established Mavin Records name. 

He has delivered tracks for such craftsmen as Dr SID, Wande Coal, D'Prince, Darey, Naeto C, Olakunle Excel et Zanga, Sauce Kid, Ikechukwu and Tiwa Savage. He likewise worked together with Jay-Z and Kanye West on the creation of Lift Off, highlighting Beyoncé on the collection Watch The Throne, discharged on 8 August 2011. 

As indicated by late Forbes' rundown of the most effective superstar in Africa, Don Jazzy was evaluated as the 36th.

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