Nigerian artiste Johnny Drille has given himself credit for mixing some of the hit songs from the Mavin Records camp.
Via a tweet on Wednesday, the ‘Wait For Me’ singer mentioned that he mixed and mastered Ayra Starr's ‘Rush’, Mavin Records ‘Overdose’, Ladipoe's ‘Big Energy’ and Crayon's ‘Ijo Laba Laba’.
According to him, he is trying.
“By the way I mixed and mastered ‘Rush’ ‘Bloody Samaritan’, ‘Overdose’ ‘Big Energy’, ‘Ijo Laba Laba’ and some of your favorite songs.
"Just saying I dey try sha,” he tweeted.
By the way I mixed and mastered ‘Rush’ ‘Bloody Samaritan’, ‘Overdose’ ‘Big Energy’, ‘Ijo Laba Laba’ and some of your favorite songs.— Johnny Drille (@Johnnydrille) October 19, 2022
Just saying I dey try sha ? pic.twitter.com/UjGxuV8TKe
Drille started his musical career at a very young age. Johnny participated in the sixth season of the popular talent hunt show, MTN Project Fame in 2013.
He was evicted in the tenth position.
Johnny's story changed dramatically after he recorded a cover of the song 'Awww' by Di’ja.
The 'Awww' cover brought him to the limelight globally and made Don Jazzy, CEO, Mavin records notice him.
Subsequently, he officially signed a deal with the record label in 2017.
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