Rema reveals how he really feels about his boss, Don Jazzy
Rema opens up about how he really feels about his boss, Don Jazzy.
The singer made this known in an interview with Adesope Olajide.
The Head of the Ravers made this known in a recent interview with Adesope Olajide where he revealed how he really felt about the Mavin CEO Don Jazzy.
The singer who has been dominating the airwaves with his debut album ‘Rave & Roses’ took time out in his recent interview to address the question about his relationship with people, one of which was his boss.
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The Mavin princes discussed his relationship with his bosses, Don Jazzy and D’Prince, as well as the Mavin Records family as a whole, in an interview with Adesope Olajide on the latest episode of the Afrobeats Podcast.
He expressed his admiration for D Baba J and D’Prince, saying that they have done a lot for him as an artist behind closed doors.
The “Calm Down” hitmaker talks about how much they embrace who he is as an artist and how much they allow him to be free with his craft.
In the interview Rema explained:
Jazzy would say do what the boy says, you feel me and that’s love and that is belief. That is real belief.