Mavin's star, Johnny Drille, shared his new look with fans whose approval may determine if he gets to keep a braided hair.
The singer appeared to be concerned about the possibility of having a negative image surround his new wave.
Two pictures offered a view of the frontal and side view of his face. Drille shared the post to fans in form of a teaser - he seemed like he wanted their approval.
"We tried to experiment a little bit with my hair. Do I keep it or not?
"I'm still a good kid tho, it's just my hair," writes Drille.
Johnny Drille got signed to Mavin Records on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
At the label, he has aspired to make his craft appealing to audience.
This has seen him make appearances at numerous concerts where he displayed more promise to grow.
Don Jazzy signs Johnny Drille, Poe, DNA Twins to record label
Johnny Drille, Poe and the DNA Twins are now artistes signed under Mavin Records.
Label boss Don Jazzy made this known today, February 28, 2017, via a series of Twitter posts.
"Meet and welcome the super talented @johnnydrille to the SUPREME MAVIN DYNASTY. MavinActivated."
Each post was accompanied by a short documentary about the artistes and a simple phrase, "Mavin Activated."
It introduced the new signings as they start a new journey with the Mavin's star cast of Tiwa Savage, Korede Bello and others.
Announcing the signing of rapper, Poe, the record producer wrote, "Pls meet and welcome the rapper's rapper POE @Ladipoe to the SUPREME MAVIN DYNASTY. MavinActivated."
Poe also confirmed the deal with the record label in an Instagram post with the caption, "Nigeria's Very Own. "Rapper's Rapper" - @donjazzy MavinActivated."
The addition of the DNA Twins to the company saw Don Jazzy in his final announcement:
"Guys pls also meet and welcome the dangerous dynamic duo DNA @itz_dna (@blairisdna & @clintisdna) to the SUPREME MAVIN DYNASTY. MavinActivated."
The inclusion of the stars to the record label is no doubt going to be a symbiotic affair for all parties.
All the artistes have made good of their music career so far, a fact that has earned them a calling to one of Africa's dominant record label.