Mr Jayvic is a Nigerian music artist from Abia state but grew up in, the beautiful city of Port Harcourt, though he was born in the UK but counts his parents Nigerian and his African roots as his strongest motivation decided to release ‘I Love Africa’ as a song to show the world that the continent of Africa is full of riches, beauty, talent, and above all love.
Production on the track comes courtesy of engineer AyoBeatz whose work credits in R&B star Omarion, Dru hill, Ginuwine, and many others.
His passion and drive to be a renowned musical act has been a motivating factor and he has been nurturing and honing his talents in line, no stranger to the music industry. Mr. Jayvic has had quite a colourful past. In 2009 he joined a competition by Hugo boss aired on MTV Base and was picked to perform alongside pop group, Sugababes and rapper, Bashy. 2011 also saw Mr. Jayvic sign with Standard Records UK releasing two singles ‘Love Allergy’ and ‘One for me’
The singles gained consistent airplay on leading African networks including; OBE Tv, BenTv, Voxafrica Tv and Channel AKA, also in local and cable stations in Nigeria and West Africa.Also with a lot of collaborations in the grapevine with A-list acts in Nigeria from iyanya,davido,timaya and a host of African acts
Mr Jayvic commented “The song I love Africa is a positive song, that’s about unity, peace and appreciating the beauty God has created for us, it’s great music that everyone can relate to at any age|”
EP I love Africa out on YOUTUBE
> Track 1 I love Africa remastered
> Track 2 I love Africa Remix featuring Bibz Onpoint & Komo
> Track 3 I love Africa Afrobeat remix featuring Sommy-D
> Track 4 I love Africa acoustic remix produced by Lekan shobiyi
> Track 5 Story of mylife bonus
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