Nigerian record producer Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Don Jazzy, has left his fans and social media users buzzing after his recent interaction with a fan on Twitter.
The fan, Oriretan Honour, corrected Don Jazzy on the differences between “artist” and “artiste,” two terms that are often used interchangeably in the music industry.
Oriretan Honour’s tweet pointed out that “artiste” refers to someone who does arts like singing or dancing, while “artist” refers to someone who does static arts like drawing or painting. The fan urged Don Jazzy to use a dictionary and learn the difference so he could tell others.
Don Jazzy’s response to Oriretan Honor’s tweet was brief but humble. He simply replied, “Ok, I got it now, thanks.”
This response has generated reactions from fans and social media users who have commended Don Jazzy’s humility and willingness to learn.
Don Jazzy is the founder and CEO of Mavin Records, one of the biggest record labels in Nigeria, which has produced some of the biggest music stars in the country. He is renowned for his exceptional music production skills and has won several awards for his contributions to the music industry in Nigeria.