MAVIN Records boss, Don Jazzy says he’ll always appreciate the help and support of ex-label mate and partner D’banj when he was starting out as a young producer.

In a series of messages posted on the micro blogging site, Twitter, the 30-year-old producer also mentioned former boss, JJC, singer 2face and his label artistes, D’Prince and Wande Coal, describing them as useful and instrumental to his success as a producer and a label executive.

Thanking D’banj for making him a ‘Don,’ Jazzy praised Wande Coal for blessing his beats. He gave thanks to 2face for being an inspiration and shouted out JJC, whom he said helped him hone his production skills to perfection.

Don Jazzy started his messages stating the need to appreciate people: ’Dont hoard people’s kudos. dont be afraid or ashamed appreciate your tweeps. give kudos where kudos is due. Give #kudos today.’

He then went on to mention names. ‘KUDOS to our baba 2face for just being who he is. i dont think he knows how much he has influenced me.. 2 JJC 4 w/out him i wld still B doing tungba music. not saying that is not gd but i found out i was better doing something else. Kudos to my bro, Dbanj for without him, my production skils i gathered from JJC might have been a waste. dude made me don jazzy … to Wandecoal for making my beats sound great with his voice from heaven. and for the name Don baba J…to D’prince who made sure he criticized all my beats till i made Tongolo remix. i kinda always wanted to prove to him i could do it’

Don Jazzy, who now controls the MAVIN crew, once co-owned Mo’Hits Records with D’banj until their split in April 2012, which led to the birth of MAVIN Records and DB Records, owned by D’banj.

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