Nigerian music mogul, Michael Collins Ajereh, better known as Don Jazzy, has talked about his childhood memories.
The music producer and record label boss made this known during an exclusive interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on Bounce Radio.
Don Jazzy talked about several issues that ranges from his new mansion, living in a rented house, housing as a business, his family, growing up, relationship and more.
When asked about his growing up, he stated that he grew up in both Ajegunle and Egbeda, in Lagos State.
He revealed that his mother used to sell bean cake (akara) while his father who was once a banker and artist manager farmed at the back of the house.
Don Jazzy stated that his childhood memories include going to school, returning to farm with the dad, selling pap for the mom as well as attending church.
The Mavins record label boss’ love for church activities birthed his success in music.