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Don Jazzy and Falz proclaim COVID

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Artist: MAVIN featurig Don Jazzy and Falz

Song Title: Safe

Genre: Afro-Pop

Album: TBA

Date of release: May 1, 2020

Label: MAVIN

Producer: Don Jazzy

Video Director: TBA

Details/Takeaway: This marks Don Jazzy’s first release in a long time and his first collaboration with Falz. The song aims to garner unity between Nigerians during these trying times of COVID-19.

You can listen to the song below;

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