Music mogul, Don Jazzy, has announced the exit of pop musician, Tiwa Savage, from his record label, Mavin Records, after a seven years stint.
The 39-year-old music entrepreneur disclosed this via an Instagram post on Thursday.
“Our darling Tiwatope. We at Mavin would like to say a very big thank you for being such an inspiration to all of us, a friend, a sister. It’s been an epic journey with you and we are very proud of what we have achieved together.
“As you start this new chapter in your life we want you to know that we are solidly behind you and can’t wait for the world to see what we have always believed you can be. Your jersey as the First Lady of Mavin will forever be yours as we do not intend to fill that position with anyone else. We love you from the bottom of heart and pray GOD’s blessings continue to follow you. Amennnn. #Mavin @tiwasavage,” he wrote.
Earlier in the day, Tiwa Savage had shared a picture of herself with the chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group, Sir Lucian Grainge.
Savage signed a recording contract with Mavin Records in 2012, going on to release two albums, Once Upon A Time and R.E.D, while on the record label’s roster.
She becomes the second act to leave the prestigious record label in less than a year.
Former Mavin Records star, Reekado Banks, announced the launch of his record label, Banks Music, days after leaving Mavin Records in December 2018.