Young John, the Nigerian music producer, has now signed to Chocolate City in a surprise move.

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The music label announced the producer’s rebrand in a statement to TheCable Lifestyle on Friday.

“We are thrilled to announce Young John as the latest signee to the Chocolate City Music family,” the statement read.

“Young Jonn is re-introducing himself, as not just an important and brilliant record producer in the Afrobeats genre but also as a talented and diverse musical artist who is ready to take over the world.

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“He has an outstanding catalogue of many classic hit songs, having worked on songs like ‘Mafo’ by Naira Marley, Story for the Gods’ By Olamide, newly released ‘Don’t Call Me’ by Lil Kesh ft Zinoleesky, and many more.

“However, Young Jonn is now ready to grace the music industry with his vocal talent and establish himself as an excellent artist overall.

“The star is working on his first EP and first major label debut which is set to drop soon! We’re really excited and proud to have him join us on his new journey!”

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On the heels of his deal with Chocolate City, Young John released ‘Dada’, a track off his forthcoming body of work.

Young John started playing musical instruments as a child.

He formed a group called AVG along with his brothers before he got signed to Hit Factory Studio in 2012.

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While at Hit Factory, he produced a chart-topping single by Olamide titled ‘Story For The Gods’.

He was nominated for ‘Producer of The Year’ at the 2015 edition of The Headies for his work on ‘Bobo’, a hit song by Olamide.

Young John has been credited for producing songs like ‘Gbese’ and ‘Efejoku’ by Lil Kesh, and ‘Biggest Backside’ by Davido.

His album credits include ‘The Baddest’ by Davido, ‘2 Kings’ (Olamide and Phyno), and ‘Eyan Mayweather by Olamide.

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