Don Jazzy hosts SayRahChips, BILS


Mavin Records Ceo, Don Jazzy has hosted Nigerian-born America-based artistes SayRahChips and BILS in his company’s office in Victoria Island, Lagos.

This is happening few weeks after the creatives arrived in Nigeria from America to reconnect with their roots.

Giving an insight on her visit, SayRahChips shared a picture on her Instagram and wrote: “Wow! You are such a blessing @donjazzy 🙏🏾 thank you so much for all you do.

“The wisdom, the advice and the pure knowledge you shared can’t be paid for anywhere!

“Spending time with you yesterday was certainly a blessing. Thank you so much for giving your time and space King. #GodBlessYou.”

BILS hailed Don Jazzy for making out time to host them.

He wrote: “Angel David, whats up big bro? I finally met @donjazzy and it was everything you said would happen. You saw it even when I didn’t . I’m sad you weren’t here to witness it but i know you’re watching. #Rip

“Thank you @donjazzy for taking time out of your hectic schedule to educate me, to vibe with me, to advice me. This is everything. You truly are 1 of 1.

“Thank you to everyone that reached out to make this happen. “

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Sarah Olaniran, aka SayRahChips is a certified daughter of the soil who hails from the South West where she got her elementary education and even started her journey in dance under the tutelage of the veteran dancer Kaffy.

When ‘SayRah’ as she’s fondly called by her over 450,000 adoring fans isn’t dancing, teaching, or touring the world with stars like Wizkid, Chris Brown, Tiwa Savage, MrEazi and the likes, she’s whipping up a feast in the kitchen.

She is engaged in some TV shows or being a creative director. With over a decade experience to her name across many prestigious platforms, SayRah recently set Lagos and Abuja on fire with her #RahDanceInvasion dance classes.

Daniel Oshodi-Alagoa, better known by his stage name BILS, is an Afrorap/Afropop artist with a unique and engaging sound that is heavily influenced by his late brother David Oshodi Alagoa, Fela Kuti, and Tupac Shakur.

His journey in music started just before he relocated to America to continue his studies where he bagged a Bachelor degree in Computer Sciences from Texas Southern University.

His art has earned him recognition over the years and features with the likes of Afrobeat Superstar Olamide Badoo amongst others.

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