Don Jazzy Net Worth: $35 Million Dollars



The net worth of Don jazzy

Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Don Jazzy is a music star and entrepreneur with an estimated net worth of $35 million dollars. He's the CEO of one of Africa's leading music label, Mavin Records, and has struck advertisement and endorsement deals with several big-branded companies like Samsung and MTN.

He's also a producer and songwriter. Don Jazzy has been smart and enterprising from the beginning. He created his own music imprint, Mavin Records without haste after the "MoHits" music label was cut out and the duo (D'banj and Don Jazzy) went separate ways.

Mavin records have some of the gifted and most popular artistes signed under it and it has become one of the leading music imprint In Africa. The music imprint is worth over $10 million as it frequently signs new artistes and sells millions of copies of produced songs.

Don Jazzy owns apartments and properties worth millions in Nigeria and is one of the TRENDING brand ambassador in the Country.

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The Mavin Records boss has a signed sponsorship deal which is estimated to be over 100 million naira with Mobile technology giant, Samsung. He also signed a promotion and advertisement contract with Loya Milk in 2012, a deal valued at over N49 million naira.

Don Jazzy has been at the top chart of Nigerian music artiste ever since "MoHis" began dropping songs. He got signed as one of MTN's brand ambassador and has since been signed by other brands.

The ambassadorial deal with MTN was said to be worth over 9 figures in naira. He gets his cut from the music earnings of artistes signed under his record label, Mavin Records, and also gets shares from songs that are released under Mavin Records.

Don Jazzy was born as Michael Collins Ajereh in Umuahia, Abia state on the 26th of November, 1982. He was brought up in Ajegunle, Lagos state. He has 3 siblings and his family relocated to someplace else when he was still very tender.

He started learning how to play the bass guitar when he was age 12. He attended Federal Government College in Lagos for his secondary studies and is a graduate of Business Management from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in Edo State.

Collins went overboard to the London in 2000 when he was invited by his uncle to play drums for a Church close by in the neighborhood. Himself and music idol, D'banj worked together to form the defunct music label, "MoHits" Records in 2004.

Don Jazzy stepped on a new, clean and even higher level in 2011 when Kanye West signed him as a producer into his music imprint, Good Music.

Don Jazzy and D'banj went part in 2012, this gave Don Jazzy a chance to set up his own recording label, Mavin Records, in 2012. He made the Forbes list of 40 most influential celebrities in Africa, ranking 36th on the list.



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