Don Jazzy Expresses Admiration for Odumodublvck’s Unique Musical Style

Renowned Producer and Singer, Don Jazzy, Praises Odumodublvck’s Old-School Infused Music

In a recent interview, the veteran producer and singer, Michael Collins Ajereh, widely known as Don Jazzy, openly shared the reasons behind his admiration for the rising music star, Odumodublvck. Don Jazzy expressed his appreciation for Odumodublvck’s distinct musical approach, which skillfully incorporates nostalgic old-school elements into contemporary tunes.

Don Jazzy particularly praised the rapper’s lyrical prowess and even offered a live demonstration of his admiration by singing a snippet from one of Odumodublvck’s yet-to-be-released tracks. According to Don Jazzy, Odumodublvck’s music takes him back to the golden era of Nigerian hip-hop, evoking a sense of nostalgia. He commended the artist for seamlessly blending this old-school vibe with a modern urban style, resulting in music that is not only cool but also authentic due to its native influences. Don Jazzy effusively stated, “I love him [OdumoduBlvck], this is just beautiful.”

This public endorsement by Don Jazzy highlights the rising star’s unique approach to music, which is garnering recognition within the industry.

This development comes in the wake of a recent dispute between Odumodublvck and singer Khaid, who made bold claims about his own achievements compared to Odumodublvck’s. Khaid confidently asserted that he possesses accomplishments and achievements that Odumodublvck has yet to attain. This exchange followed their nominations for the Rookie of The Year category at the Headies, with Khaid asserting, “He is good but he is not better than me.”

Odumodublvck’s rising prominence in the music industry, coupled with endorsements from industry veterans like Don Jazzy, suggests that he is on a promising trajectory in his music career. Fans and music enthusiasts can expect more captivating tunes from this talented artist in the future.

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