Charles Chibuezechukwu, better known by his stage name Crayon, is a rising star in Nigeria. He formerly played football and said that he took the UTME five times for Joint Admission and Matriculation (JAMB).
The Mavin Records musician spoke up about his personal challenges before joining Africa’s largest record company, Mavin Records, which is run by famous performer and music entrepreneur Don Jazzy, in an interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on Rubbin’ Minds.
The quickly emerging singer revealed this in an interview with “Rubbin’Minds” that Channels TV watched.
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“I have been laboring throughout the years and now, at last, I am receiving the attention that I deserve,” Crayon said. “It has been great and lovely to behold.”
“So, it is beautiful to see among my fans, team, and everybody that knows me personally
“I started making music like 2016 officially. I wasn’t in school then but trying to get into the university. I wrote JAMB five times.
“For the first two times, I failed; the rest three times, I passed. I kept going to the school to lay complaints and ask: ‘What’s up?’ It wasn’t just happening for me. I feel like it was God’s way of redirecting me.”
In May 2022, Mavin Records Chief Executive Officer, Don Jazzy unveiled Crayon
as the new artiste of his record label.
The singer of “Ijo Laba Laba” said he was brought to Mavin Records’ offices by Baby Fresh after the latter heard one of his songs on the radio and fell in love with it. This is how Baby Fresh got him signed to the record label.
Crayon said that no one at Mavin Records originally made him any promises, but they did tell him to visit regularly in order to get musical assistance from the company until he was formally signed.
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