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Psquare hire Donjazzy for sixth album

15 August 2014, 16:08

Lagos - Singing duo P-Square who are  presently  recording songs for their sixth album, have hired music producer Don Jazzy.

The announcement was made by Peter Okoye on his Instagram page with a picture of themselves with Don Jazzy in the studio, where he wrote “U don't expect anything less when u see us in dis kitchen with @donjazzy #6thalbum”

Also read:
Psquare plot sixth album in America

The twin brothers started recording  in  the United States in a studio most likely  owned by Akon’s Konvict Muzik record label, because they are signed to Square records and the Atlanta based music label.

They also hired elder brother of the late pop icon, Michael Jackson, Jermaine to be part of  their yet to be named album.

Also read:Jackson’s brother to feature in P-Square album

There is no word yet on if Jermaine Jackson is collaborating, or producing a track.

DonJazzy is the CEO of Mavin Records and is responsible for the hit tracks Dorobucci, Adaobi and Surulere


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