Don Jazzy Tells Upcoming Artists To Keep Up The Hustle
“Dear artists, please keep up the hustle, It hasn’t picked yet does not mean that you are not who you are” he tweeted.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
On Sunday, June 12th, 2022, Don Jazzy sent a message of support for budding musicians on his Twitter profile, encouraging them to keep working hard. “Dear artists, please keep up the hustle, It hasn’t picked yet does not mean that you are not who you are” he tweeted.
The message was motivated by Mavin’s act Crayon’s recent success, which appears to be finally receiving his due. “See my boy Cray na. @crayonthis is having the time of his life. Trust me y’all haven’t seen anything yet sef.” Don Jazzy brags about the Mavins’ new signing, whose excellent hook on ‘Overdose (Overload)’ has fans screaming.
Don Jazzy urges prospective performers to learn from Crayon’s perseverance and patience, since he had to wait a long time for the success and acclaim he so well earned.
While the innumerable future musicians for whom the message was intended may not have the vast resources Crayon has experienced in the Mavins, the tweet will still act as a morale booster to upcoming artists waiting for their moment in the spotlight.
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