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Mavin Records Returns to All-Star Era with ‘Overdose’

Mavin Overdose

Mavin Records is back with a brand new song titled “Overdose” which features its signed artistes Crayon, Ayra Starr, Ladipoe, Boy Spyce and Magixx.

Mavin Records is not just a record label but a family of talented musicians that have won the hearts of Nigerians and gained a prominent position in Africa to this day.

The label which is led by Don Jazzy has worked with certified artistes like Korede Bello, Di’ja, Reekado Banks, Dr Sid, D’Prince, and Tiwa Savage. Having undergone several evolutions in recent years, the record label has been building up solo artistes and this transient shift proved to be successful considering its new set of activated Mavins.

With ‘Overdose’ already making waves, these collaborative music releases are likely to occur again as this new generation of Mavin’s pop stars (Ladipoe, Johnny Drille, Crayon, Ayra Starr, Magixx and their latest signee Boy Spyce) are undeniably talented.

“Overdose” is a stunning record dedicated to the fans, as part of their tenth-anniversary celebration to appreciate the love and support.

Stream “Overdose” below:


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