Don Jazzy, Nigerian business mogul and CEO of Mavin Records, says Tiwa Savage remains one of his favorite business partners “of all time” despite exiting his label.
The 36-year-old record producer made this statement in an interview with Loose Talk while discussing his Mo Hits reunion concert and other issues related to his record label.
“It’s obvious to everybody, it was an epic journey. I don’t necessarily feel like she’s gone to the land beyond just because she got signed to Universal. I don’t understand why it looks like that to everybody,” he said.
“We’re still business partners. There’s still catalogues that we share, that she’s still going to be receiving royalties from for the rest of her life or whatever.
“The business was dope, and she’s actually one of my favorite business partners of all time. I mean, D’Banj and I worked together for eight years and one year. Tiwa would have been eight years too as well.
“Tiwa Savage was understanding from the get-go till now. We try as much as possible to understand each other. Sometimes, even when we disagree with each other on some things, she’s just matured you know. She knew what she wanted from day one.”
TheCable reported Tiwa Savage’s exit from Mavin Record’s after seven years of doing business with the music don.
She signed a new deal with Universal Music Group (UMG), an American label, that boasts of the likes of Rihanna and Taylor Swift.
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