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4 May 2019
After a brief absence from the music scene, Mavin Records singer, D’Prince returns with a new tune titled “ Lavida “. This time, D’Prince features the new kid on the bloc, Rema who delivered on the wonderful track. Since his unveiling as Mavin Records' artiste, Rema has been a topic on the lips of both music lovers and critics. But we are more concerned about…
12 Apr 2019
Mavin Records new young artist Rema has recently come under fire for insisting that Wizkid and some of his other colleagues might sound like him. The young artist whose music is relatively new to the Nigerian scene made the statement in an interview, stating that he doesn’t sound like Wizkid, rather it is the Starboy…
23 Mar 2019
As a follow up to the recent announcement of a multimillion dollar investment in Mavin Records by Kupanda Holdings, a global private equity firm, the Nigerian entertainment company has unveiled a new artiste signed under Jonzing World,...

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