Multitalented producer Victor Chujor-Idowu aka Beats by Jayy is dead – cause of death

Nigerian music industry mourns as multitalented producer Victor Chujor-Idowu aka Beats by Jayy has passed away at the age of 28 following complications from COVID-19.

Multitalented producer Victor Chujor-Idowu aka Beats by Jayy has passed away at the age of 28 following complications from COVID-19.

Victor Jimar Chujor-Idowu (born October 11, 1994) with a professional name of Big Daddy Jayy (sometimes called Beats by Jayy) is a Nigerian music producer, rapper and songwriter from Rivers State, Nigeria. Big Daddy Jayy associates himself with music at a very young age. He mainly produces musical instruments. He was a member of the Chocolate City team and produced for the artists of the music record company.

Victor Jimar Chujor-Idowu was born on October 11, 1994 in Rivers State, Nigeria, and grew up in Surulere, Lagos State. He is the youngest of three boys. He studied at King’s College in Lagos and entered Babcock University to study business administration. His love for music began in middle school. After school, he was often spotted going to the recording studio to record music. His passion for music is supported by his parents who love music, he told Pulse News.

In an interview with them.As a producer, Big Daddy Jayy has worked with many mainstream and underground artists, including MI Abaga, AQ, Ice Prince, Jesse Jagz, Naeto C, Reminisce, Jaywon, Phenome, Yemi Alade, Sound Sultan, Wizkid, Sarkodie, and Fermi Cutie. He made the last two of M.I.’s Martel Cyphers and Trinty. Abaga features A-Q’s Judah album and A-Q album “God’s Engineering”. He also produced A-Q and M.I. Abaga

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