Since launching in 2012, Mavin records has bankrolled the careers of some of Nigerian music’s biggest artists in recent memory. Group singles featuring a mix of its more established acts and lesser-known ones have been a key part of the longstanding prominence the Don Jazzy-led imprint has continued to enjoy. “All Is In Order”, the latest collective release from the label continues their tradition, and it is very much set to enjoy heavy radio rotation as well as seep into DJ sets in the coming months.
Over the fast-paced beat comprising Igbo Folk-inspired flutes, groovy bass guitar riffs and heavy swinging percussions beefed up with 808 bass, Don Jazzy sets up the infectious hook, singing the titular words clearly indicating how financially well off his label is. Accompanying the label boss, each of Korede Bello, Rema, DNA and Crayon deliver a single verse, relaying their fame and affluence after years of grinding. The Clarence Peters directed video for “All is in Order” shows all the Mavin acts dancing and celebrating, accompanied by the Kabusa Oriental Choir boys, models and others who join them in celebrating their wins.
You can stream “All Is In Order” below.
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