Don Jazzy Radio is now available on Apple Music 1.
Don Jazzy Radio will be accessible on Apple Music on a monthly basis, From Tuesday, May 31st.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Don Jazzy, the legendary Afrobeats producer, entrepreneur, and Mavin Records founder, will present a monthly radio series called Don Jazzy Radio on Apple Music 1 starting today.
Don Jazzy Radio will cover the best of what’s next, what’s fresh, and the golden era of Afrobeats, all chosen by The Don himself, with regular features like as Quick Bites, The Don’s Blessing, and Pick of The Week, as well as exclusive guest interviews and fan-centered events.
Don Jazzy and his co-host, Mavin’s DJ Big N, will discuss the roots of Afrobeats, his introduction into the space, the individuals that moved the needle, and he will answer one request from an Afrobeats-loving extraterrestrial in Episode 1 dubbed “Afrobeats 101.” Burna Boy, Davido, Wizkid, P-Square, Tiwa Savage, and more Afrobeats artists will be featured in Episode 1!
Don Jazzy Radio will be accessible on Apple Music on a monthly basis, From Tuesday, May 31st,
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