So far, Mavin superstar, Korede Bello, has done well for himself in unconsciously emerging the most loved Mavin new generation artiste.
After returning to further his education in Mass Communication at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ), Korede Bello is preparing to write his final exams and project as well as working on his debut album.
Korede Belle, who is a final year Higher National Diploma student, at the same institution where he obtained his National Diploma, revealed in an interview with TheNETng, that handling both projects has not been an easy task but he is doing his best to manage them all the same.
“Yeah I’m back to school, about to finish my final year, HND in Nigerian Institute of Journalism, same school I did my OND. I’m in my finals,” he said. “It’s been freaking hectic for me ‘cos I’ve been working on my album. It’s like I’m working on my school album.
“My project will be entertainment related, he said about his final year project. It’s about something that has to with artistes and their influence on fans because I have easy access to musicians and celebrities. It’s going to be hard for me.”
Signed to Mavin records in 2014, Korede Bello has released hit songs like Godwin, Romantic among other songs he did in collaboration with his Mavin crew.
By February 2017, his three-year contract with the Mavin boss, Don Jazzy will expire and the speculations are that Korede Bello and his label contemporaries, Di’ja and Reekando Banks will leave the label. However, the handsome, ladies’ man of a singer says he will renew his contract with Mavin come 2017.
“Of course I will renew, Mavin is like a family to me,” he confidently said. “If you’re going by that, it’s not just a year deal, it’s album deals. That’s to tell you that what we’re operating on is not just what people think it is. That I haven’t released an album in three years doesn’t mean that I’ll leave. I’m definitely still under Mavin Records. A lot of songs on my album will be produced by Don Jazzy, Altims, Baby Fresh. So it’s a Mavin Records’ project,” he said.