Don Jazzy Net Worth & Biography 2019 – Michael Collins a.k.a Don Jazzy is a Nigerian record producing artists, singer and songwriter.
He’s about the biggest and richest music producer known to denizens of the Nigerian clime and sub Saharan Africa.
Whenever he’s behind the beats and the entire record production, you just grab a wine and sip to satisfaction because he never delivers below the fantastic benchmark.
From the days of Dbanj’s “fall in love” to the “Dorrobucci” era, he has kept his top notch production skills as solid as the rock.
He has no solo album or track of his own, he does just fine collaborating, so when it comes to music in Nigeria, he’s the best partnership prospect around.
The dizzy eyed Don Jazzy has through his influence as the boss of defunct Mo Hits records and seasoned production skills, helped a lot of upcoming artist get off the ground, made their way to fame and grace domestic and off shore rostrums.
He’s the boss of “The Mavins” a music group and label imprint, arguably the most successful music team of that size in West Africa.
His record productions don’t rake in nickels-and-dime which is why he’s among the richest musicians in Nigeria at no 2 spot even though he has little business vocalizing, the dept of his baritone voice will call it a day even before it starts.
However, the Don has been active in the music empire since 2002.
Below is more things you need to know about Don Jazzy Net Worth and Biography:
Full Name: Michael Collins Ajereh
Nationality: Nigeria (Abia State)
Source of Wealth: Music Producer, Entertainment
Net Worth: $100,000,000.00
He emerged from his mother’s birth canal on the 26,November 1982.
Born and Christened Michael Collins Ajereh in his hometown, Umahia, Abia State, Nigeria but was breed in Ajegunle, Lagos.
He went to Federal Government College Lagos and furthered his education at the tertiary level in Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria.
His incipience into music was as a kiddo drummer at age 12.
While playing the drums he ostensibly eyed the bass guitar a lot and soon began flirting with the strings too.
Presumably, he’d honed his drum skills so impeccably that he was invited to play the drums in London by his uncle.
While off shore, he met a fellow Nigerian who was into music and they allied to float the “Mo Hits” group and label on emigration back to Nigeria.
He would later ditch drumming to glean record productions from one Emeka Infiniti.
Back in Nigeria, the Mo hits ensemble became a household name, with the likes of DBanj, D’Prince and Wande Coal in the make up. Great singles were been churned out by the group, thanks to the boss himself at the background of it all.
In 2012 there came a storm in form of a rift that severed the bonds between Don Jazzy and D’banj(the most successful act in the group) hence, the exit of D’banj.
Subsequently, the group disbanded and Mo Hits is now archived in history.
Same year Mo Hits got archived, Don Jazzy announced “The Mavins” as his new music squad.
The new ensemble had his brother”D’prince”, bodacious diva “Tiwa Savage” and “Dr Sid” as members of the music dynasty.
Wande Coal went solo and as the group burgeoned, promising acts like “,Koredo Bello”, “Reekado Banks ” and second lady “Dija” were recruited.
With the release of “Ada obi”, “Dorrobucci” and “Arise” the music empire became unrivalled in Africa.
Just to suffice the record, all the songs done by the group, including that of the upcoming acts signed into the label owe production credits to Don Jazzy.
For the records, the new recruits are now super stars with awards to call theirs.
Albums to his credit
D’banj – No Long Thing (2005)
Run Down, Funk U Up (2006)
The Entertainer (2008)
Mo’ Hits All Stars – Curriculum Vitae (2007)
Dr SID Turning Point (2010)
MAVINS – Solar Plexus (2012)
The Headies 2014 – Producer of the Year for Dorobucci
The Headies 2011 – Producer of the Year for Over The Moon , Mr Endowed and Pop Something
Nigerian Music Awards (2006) – Producer of the Year.
Nigerian Entertainment Awards (2007) – Music Producer of the Year.
City People Entertainment Award (2015) – special recognition award.
Don Jazzy’s Net Worth
Don Jazzy net worth is valued at an estimated $100million making him the second richest musician in Nigeria‘s showbiz.