We Don’t Have Solid Organizations In Nigeria Music Industry – Donjazzy

Donjazzy - elsieisiy blog

One of the sectors largely affected by the lockdown due to COVID19 pandemic, among many other sectors, is the entertainment industry. A more reliable way of earning a living as an entertainer in this part of the world, arguably depends largely on performing at weddings, birthdays, events, cinemas and other kinds of gathering, whether formal, informal or tailored specifically for the said artist. However all these form of gatherings were placed on outright ban.

Elsie Godwin speaks with Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Donjazzy – a record producer, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, philanthropist and the founder of Mavins Record. He speaks on the impact of the coronavirus diseases pandemic on music business and entertainment as a whole.

While speaking to Elsie Godwin about Government support for the sector, he said the music industry in Nigeria do not have strong organizations unlike their colleagues in Nollywood.

Watch interview below:

One on One is a program on Plus TV Africa where we have interesting conversations highlighting major issues in the society and proffering solutions where necessary with thought leaders and interesting personalities. Plus TV Africa broadcast in Nigeria and across Africa on DSTV CH 408 or watch online by clicking HERE.

You may also like


  1. Hello!
    Music is a universal language. It cannot be learned “on its own” because there is no language, only sounds. But it is important to help children build a foundation in music so they can learn any other skill they want. They will be able to play their first instruments when they are young, so it’s not just about teaching them how to play their first instrument.
    shopmegadj recently posted…ImPro UHF-77Wifi Professional UHF Wireless MicrophonesMy Profile

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge