5 years after joining the Mavins as part of Mavin 2.0, Reekado Banks has officially announced his exit from Don Jazzy’s record label. In a post shared on his Instagram page on Friday, December 7th, Reekado Banks wrote:
”Today I write in tears, not from a place of of pain, but of joy and gratitude. A place of bliss and satisfaction because I am more than contented with how far this opportunity has brought me.The last five years have been the most blissful years of my career, The journey has been extremely wonderful and filled with the best experiences…Joing the mavinrecords family was the best thing to have happend to me in the last decade. Don Jazzy took me in and treated me like his own son. I’ll be eternally grateful to him for sacrifices he made towards the growth of my career…Taking this bold step and moving on from Mavin Records onto bigger opportunities is something that, though not easy, is absolutely necessary because of my growth’
Reekado Banks has enjoyed tremendous success under the Mavin records label. He released his debut album under the label in 2016 and was also the winner of the Rookie of the Year at The Headies in 2014 and won the Next Rated award at The Headies 2015.