I felt like an outsider when I arrived Mavin records – DJ Big N revealed on Chit Chat with Mc Charlene
On an episode of Chitchat with Mc Charlene, Mavins Records top DJ joined MC Charlene and had a lot to say about entertainment industry in Africa, Dj Big N also revealed on how he left a 9 to 5 job in the oil industry to pursue a career in entertainment.
Since the outbreak of the COVID 19 pandemic which resulted to lockdown in cities and countries across the world, the popular Cameroonian International Mc, MC Charlene (Charlene Egbe) have hosted a number of artists, entertainers, actors and actresses, fashion enthusiast, movie markers, and models across the breadth of Africa on her Instagram live video “Chitchat with Mc Charlene”.
According to the MC Charlene, this was her own way to keep promoting the Africa entertainment industry and also to keep her fans engaged. Through her Instagram live video interviews, Mc Charlene has been able to make a far-reaching impact across Africa, touching delicate issues affecting the Africa entertainment industry.
Her recent guest on “Chitchat with Mc Charlene” is no other than Mavins records number one DJ, Dj Big N (Nonso). Dj Big N talked about the challenges that made him leave a job as a Human resources officer in an oil and gas company to pursue a career as a DJ. He said he never had any job satisfaction, this and his love for music made him on the pretext of going for his MBA, leaving the job to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.
DJ Big N in the Mavins Record and Challenges as a DJ
“I was introduced to Mavins Records by Dr. SID and at first, I felt like an outsider when I arrived because the Mavins record is like a family and I wanted to be a part of this family. Over the years it has been a good ride and though Don Jazzy is my boss, he is now more of a brother and I respect him for that.” If there is something, I have learned from Don Jazzy and being part of the Mavins family is being objective in your judgment. Don’t be quick to criticize and castigate anyone.
My challenges as a DJ have quite been the same and I have always reiterated something, that DJs are not giving the much-needed respect in the industry. There are no blueprints on how it should be done, unlike in place like America.
Here just do what you can do, we all meet in the middle. I have always told DJ’s love yourselves and treat yourselves right. How we treat ourselves and respect ourselves is the same way others treat and respect us.
Mc Charlene, through her little way, has been promoting Africa acts across the globe, especially in Norway, her country of residence.
Her show “Chitchat with Mc Charlene” has served as an avenue to tell the story of Africa artists by the artists themselves. While many African acts are yet to grace her Instagram live show, the show has received positive responses from fans across the world.
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