The latest collaborative album by Mavin Records, which was published to celebrate the record label’s 10th anniversary, has received feedback from Nigerian musician Reekado Banks. Days after the body of work, “Chapter X,” débuted on all digital streaming and music sales service providers, former record label signee Reekado Banks gave his opinions on social media.
The 29-year-old praised the record label on Twitter and made comments about the “Chapter X” project. “Mavin family album is amaaazing. S/O to all the players,” he wrote.
A number of new generation celebrities, including Rema, Ayra Starr, Ladipoe, Johnny Drille, Crayon, Magixx, Boy Spyce, Bayanni, and DJ Big N, are signed to Mavin Records, which is run by Don Jazzy. The album, which was technically sprung on everyone, marks 10 solid years of the Mavins being in the music business and setting the pace with every new move.
Mavin has also announced that the Mavin all-stars will be performing live this later in the month for a total set time of 10 hours. The showstoppers, with their different performances this holiday season, will most definitely give their fans more reasons to stan even harder. In line with celebrating the Mavins proud, Rema recently accumulated over 1B streams on Spotify, making him one of the first artists in the country to hit that mark.