He said that he has stopped being a brand ambassador several years. He has got bigger and now into partnership.
“Brand ambassador? I stopped that a long time ago. We are bigger than those things now. We are more about partnerships,”
He has a stake in Flobyt which provides him with a free WiFi services. He said that the product will help Nigerians to gain access to local content. He added that Nigerian music is popularly streamed in UK,USA.
“It will be nice for your consumers to access your music on the go. If you look at our analytics on how our music is being consumed, we noticed that the people that buy and stream are more from the UK, US and other African countries.
Don Jazzy who said that if there is more Wifi then the fan base will increase revealed that he would soon go into acting.
Recall that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made it known some time ago that his team were working tirelessly to bring free basic internet services to everyone in the world through his app. The question remains is Don Jazzy challenging the face book founder Mark to Nigeria to establish free internet facility, a project that has already began in Zambia?
And now Don Jazzy is also advocating for a free internet so that people have access on the go to stream musical videos.
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