Mavin CEO Don Jazzy has made some revelations about his relationship with the old signee, Wande Coal.
Don Jazzy speaking on the Bounce Radio interview with the media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu revealed a lot about leaving Wande Coal.
He clarified that the controversial song Babyface was not the main reason they fell out.
Don Jazzy noted that he never wanted Wande Coal to leave his record label but learned through his experience over the years that there would be a time when artists feel like that they can be independent and take control of their roles.
He also admitted sending several DMs to Wande Coal for return.
“I believe a lot of people in the industry at the time were saying things to Wande Coal that led to its final decision.
“I also believed that Wande Coal found the platform where he felt he could take his career back.
“I didn’t want him to leave and I begged him to come back to Mavin,” said Don Jazzy.
Wande Coal and Don Jazzy were part of the ‘Mo’hits’ group that had a sad split in 2012.
Don Jazzy went on to establish Mavin’s records.