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3 Sep
For a lot of people, success happens when you least expect it. While for others, it happens just when you plan it to. However, one thing is common with everyone associated with success
20 Jun
Mavin Records signee Magixx has justified tagging Chris Brown’s new single “Call Me Everyday” featuring Wizkid as “stupid.” The singer came under fire after he tweeted, “This new Chris Brown and Wiz is stupid.” Many Wizkid fans flooded his mentions, attacking him for his now-deleted tweet. Reacting to the clapback he received from members of…
14 May
As foremost Nigerian record company, Mavin Records, marks its first decade of operations, it has been raining festivities across the music scene.
25 Sep 2021
And for his latest trick, the talent-grooming showman, Don Jazzy, has unveiled his latest signee to the Mavin Record family, 23-year-old Alexander Adelabu, professionally known as Magixx. Emerging with a self-titled extended playlist (EP), the young Afro-fusion singer is one that flushes with an ace of spade, building a trademark with his soothing and inspiring…

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