mavin overdose lyrics

Mavin “Overdose” Lyrics

Mavin “Overdose” Lyrics

Here is Mavin overdose lyrics by Crayon, Ayra Starr, Ladipoe Magixx and Boy Spyce 

Mavin overdose lyrics

Mavin Overdose Lyrics

{Intro: Don Jazzy}
Mavin
He he he he
It’s Don Jazzy

{Verse 1: Crayon}
Every likkle thing you dey do to me
Dey sweety me for body
Shey your loving fit fall on me
Girl your bow leg make i go crazy
Omoge Shey e sure for me
Or make i withdraw money

{Hook: Crayon}
Oroma
Oroma no go downgrade
Make i carry your luggage
I dey fine for four days
No trouser
No trouser fit to contain
Girl your body na package
Shey u no see I’m falling
I’m falling falling for love

{Chorus: Crayon}
Overdose me
Your love dey overdose me
Na you
I want
Me love
You i think of
Overloading
I’ll be overloading
Your bank
Account
Money plenty
Tell me the amount

{Verse 2: Ayra Starr}
No one told me love would taste like this
Got my money in my pocket like this
Bitcoin dey my wallet like this
Wisdom inna my knowledge like this

I follow plans I no dey follow man
For you I might have to consider
Trips to LA taking photographs
If it’s signed by me then it’s an autograph

{Verse 3: Ladipoe}
Live to die another day for you baby
Quit my Casanova ways for you baby
The only time you say that you hate me
Is when I take the last slice of pastry

Now I’m on the run run run
Run run run
Loving you till kingdom come
But you drive me crazy send someone
Still my billboard baby number one

{Bridge: Magixx}
E get as e go be
Omo you dey high me pami
Baby na your matter I Dey reason
I just wanna be there when you need me
Over overdosing
I’m feeling overdose
Omo sey you carry over load
You know sey me bad like commando

{Hook: Crayon}
Oroma
Oroma no go downgrade
Make i carry your luggage
I dey fine for four days
No trouser
No trouser fit to contain
Girl your body na package
Shey u no see I’m falling
I’m falling falling for love

{Chorus}
Overdose me
Your love dey overdose me
Na you
I want
Me love
You i think of
Overloading
I’ll be overloading
Your bank
Account
Money plenty
Tell me the amount

{Verse 4: Boy Spyce}
Yomama yomama yomama yomama yo
If you see Onome
Tell am she be the one o
Cause I know and I know and I know in my
Heart and my soul
If you do me jeje
Me self I go dey follow baby eh
If I enter your motor pim pim pim

Pim pim pim
I go make you to shout pon pon pon
Pon pon
Oh Oh Oh Oh
Me I no too like Ifeoma
Say na you I wan show my mama
Cos ama put you in a brand new Beamer
Shey you go like be my shima
Snap me fine cinemato

That’s the lyrics of Overdose by Mavin

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Lyricism

First on mavin overdose lyrics is Crayon who uses overdose lyrics by mavin to insinuate that he is in very much interested in what a lady does to him.

Crayon sets mavin overdose lyrics with swag and the amazing hook “Oroma no go downgrade”. This particular line gets us psyched on mavin overdose lyrics.

mavin overdose lyrics

Boy Spyce, Ayra Starr, Magixx, Ladipoe

By the time Ayra Starr takes over, we are already getting the idea of overdose mavin lyrics and we cannot seem to get enough of it.

She says she might have to consider the guy’s interest in her as preceded by overdose lyrics intro by Crayon.

The peak was when Ladipoe took over and when it sounded like he was rapping. That part of overdose mavin lyrics was amazing.

In fact, it was jaw-dropping! It gave the overdose song the blend needed to make the song stand out.

Magixx adds more spice to mavin overdose lyrics and we feel it. To an extent, his verse complements that of Crayon.

It was so amazing that they allowed Crayon blend overdose mavin lyrics with that amazing hook/chorus of “Oroma no go downgrade”.

Can we just take a minute to appreciate how Boy Spyce did justice to overdose mavin lyrics with that car analogy? Wild but goofy.

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Delivery

Ayra Starr, Crayon, Magixx and Boy Spyce all delivered Overdose like it was a personal single for all of them.

The delivery could be felt, and to some extent, this allows us to give them credit. We cannot also deny the symphony with which the mavin family delivered overdose

The symphony could be felt from the beginning when Don Jazzy introduced the mavin family by doing the intro of Overdose.

overdose lyrics mavin

Song Theme

Mavin’s Overdose is a subtle reference to the fact that all of them on a single song is overdose itself.

Don’t get it wrong, they were definitely talking about wooing a lady. But there is a point where we get the reason behind the title of the song.

I mean what happens when Ayra Starr, Magixx, Crayon, Ladipoe and Boy Spyce come on a single song?

Overdose by Mavin is not a bad song at all.

overdose lyrics mavin

In fact, the song showcases the uniqueness of every member of the mavin family and we really see that they are one of the best labels in Nigeria when it comes to making music.  

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About Mavin Records
Michael Collins Ajereh (born 26 November 1982), known professionally as Don Jazzy, is a Nigerian record producer. He is the founder and the CEO of Mavin Records.

Don Jazzy was co-owner of the now-defunct Mo’ Hits Records record label with D’banj

Mavin Records (also known as the Supreme Mavin Dynasty) is a Nigerian music corporation record label founded by record producer and recording artist Don Jazzy on 8 May 2012. The label’s inception came to fruition following the closure of Mo’ Hits Records, a record label owned by the aforementioned producer and D’banj.

The label is home to recording artists such as Korede Bello, Dr SID, D’Prince, Di’Ja, Johnny Drille, Ladipoe, DNA Twins, Rema, Ayra Starr, Magixx, Boy Spyce, Bayanni. It also houses producers such as Jazzy himself, Altims,London and Baby Fresh.

In 2014, DJ Big N became the label’s official disc jockey.

Tiwa Savage, Wande Coal, Reekado Banks and Iyanya were all formerly signed to the label.

On 8 May 2012, the label released its compilation album Solar Plexus.

In January 2019, Mavin Records secured a multi-million dollar investment from Kupanda Holdings, a subsidiary of Kupanda Capital and TPG Growth.

Mavin Records started as a result of D’banj’s departure from Mo’ Hits. Prior to commenting on D’banj’s exit from Mo’ Hits, there were allegations that D’banj signed over Mo’ Hits to Don Jazzy.

In an interview with Sunday Punch, Don Jazzy addressed D’banj’s departure from Mo Hits, saying, “We were working together and all was going on well. It got to a point where I looked at the situation and we both decided that it was not working and we had to move on”. Don Jazzy alluded to being hesitant of a name change.

According to BellaNaija, the term “Mavin” describes someone who is gifted and skilled in any field.

Upon establishing the rebranded record label, Don Jazzy said he sees Mavin Records being the power house of music in Africa in the shortest possible time.

After rebranding Mo’ Hits to Mavin, Don Jazzy signed Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage. Pulse Nigeria reported that Jazzy admires the singer’s work ethic and drive.

Pulse Nigeria also reported that Mavin Records signed producers Aluko “Altims” Timothy and Sunday “BabyFresh” Enejere.

On 7 May 2012, the record label launched its official website and the Mavin league, a social networking site designed to cater to their fans worldwide.

Don Jazzy signed endorsement deals with Samsung and Loya Milk after establishing the label; Tiwa Savage also signed an endorsement deal with Pepsi. Within a year of becoming a revamped brand, the record label released “Take Banana” and “Oma Ga” as singles from its debut compilation album Solar Plexus.

In February 2014, Don Jazzy signed Di’Ja, Reekado Banks and Korede Bello to Mavin Records a week after each other.

On 1 May 2014, Mavin Records released the hit single “Dorobucci” to critical acclaim.

On 25 February 2015, Don Jazzy and Tiwa Savage both signed endorsement deals with Konga.com.

On 31 October 2016, several media outlets in Nigeria reported that Iyanya signed a record deal with Mavin Records. Both Iyanya and Don Jazzy confirmed the report on Instagram.[19] On 28 February 2017, Don Jazzy announced the signings of Johnny Drille, Ladipoe and DNA to Mavin Records.

In March 2019, he also announced the signing of Rema to Mavin.

On 31 May, Mavin unveiled the signing of Crayon.

The next day, the record label released the collaborative single “All is in Order”.

On 21 January 2021, the label unveiled the signing of Ayra Starr an 18-year-old female afropop singer.

In 2004, Don Jazzy collaborated with D’Banj to form Mo’ Hits Records. In the next two years, Don Jazzy produced the albums No Long Thing and Rundown/Funk You Up. Around this time, Don Jazzy developed a recognisable introduction, “It’s Don Jazzy Again!”

On 7 May 2012, Don Jazzy announced a new record label, Mavin Records. He said, “I see Mavin Records being the power house of music in Africa in the shortest possible time.

“On 8 May 2012, he released an album featuring the artists signed to his label.

The songs on the album included: “Amarachi”, “Forever”, “Oma Ga”, “Take Banana and Chocolate”, “YOLO” and the anthem “I’m a MAVIN”. Mavin records signed the vocalist, Tiwa Savage. Don Jazzy built a social network platform called “Marvin League” to complement and market his label.

In 2011, Don Jazzy was employed by Kanye West as a producer at Very Good Beatz. Don Jazzy worked with Jay-Z and Kanye West on the production of Lift Off, featuring Beyoncé on the album Watch The Throne which was released on 8 August 2011.

In March 2012, Don Jazzy and D’Banj confirmed their breakup citing artistic differences.

In 2000, Jazzy’s uncle invited him to play the drums for a local church in London and that was his first visit to London.

Don Jazzy gained employment at McDonald’s as a security guard. He continued his interest in music, associating with Solek, JJC Skillz, Kas, Jesse Jagz, The 419 Squad and D’Banj.

Don Jazzy was born Micheal Collins Ajereh in Umuahia, Abia State, on 26 November 1982, the son of Collins Enebeli Ajereh and Mrs Ajereh. His father is from Isoko in Delta State.

His mother was an Igbo princess from Abia state and his father is a member of the Isoko people.

Ajereh’s family moved to Ajegunle, Lagos, where Don Jazzy was raised.

He was educated at the co-educational high school, Federal Government College Lagos. Don Jazzy found an interest in music early in life and at age 12, began to play the bass guitar and piano.

He also gained knowledge of traditional and percussion instruments. Don Jazzy enrolled in business management and studied at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo state.

Posted by Olayiide Bolaji

Olayiide Bolaji is a writer at The Scoove Africa whose interests span in music and movies. He is also a freelance A&R personel.

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