I’m Happy Even Without Marriage And Children – Don Jazzy Reveals

I’m Happy Even Without Marriage And Children – Don Jazzy Reveals

Music executive and producer Michael Ajereh, popularly known as Don jazzy, has revealed that she is very happy even without marriage and children.


I am happy even without marriage and children

The artist who turned 38 on Wednesday, November 26, revealed this to Chijekwu Michael, a correspondent for the Punch newspaper as he discussed the highlights of his career and life in a recent interview over the weekend.

When asked if he was satisfied, Don Jazzy said: “Practically, yes. I’m fine and I have a beautiful business. My family is healthy and comfortable. I know a lot of people would say that because I’m not married and I don’t have children, that means I’m not happy. But I am very happy (laughs). I do not lack anything. Maybe, in the future, I would start to miss little children, but for now I’m fine. I feel fulfilled and grateful. Thanks God.”

When asked what the deepest lessons he’s learned over the years are, he said;

“I have learned a lot and it may not be so easy to highlight some now. I’ve always been a patient person and I believe in hitting when the time comes. That has always worked for me. Also, all the things that have happened in my life make me believe that ‘a good name is better than silver or gold’. The person who came up with that saying definitely knew what he was saying. I have maintained a good name and brand, and that has always worked for me. If everyone could be like this, it would be a great world. “

When the interviewer asked him which artists he has not worked with but would like, he said;

“Maybe some of the new guys in the industry who want to work with me. I’m old so my sound can be very old and some of them may feel like they don’t need the older sound. However, I am here for anyone who wants to work with me. “

When asked if he planned to sign any new artists, Don Jazzy replied;

“I love preparing artists, so I have my eyes on many of this new generation and the one to come. But I’m definitely not going to tell you who they are. I always wait for the perfect moment before making my moves. I was supposed to hire two or three artists this year, but the COVID-19 pandemic slowed things down, so watch out for them next year. “