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#Davido affair with women before and after Chioma

Nigerian singer Davido is one of the most influential celebrity in Africa. He is not just a singer, he is also the head honcho of popular record label DMW. The singer’s career has been very successful as he keeps his label afloat and his music keeps topping charts. His...

Female artist need your support the most

The Nigeria music scene has been a tough one for female musicians as they need to add extra effort more than their male counterparts if they will be heard. Many upcoming female artists have lamented the lack of support from Nigerians and established female artists including record label for...

5 Artiste Don jazzy changed their story

Popular producer Don Jazzy with the real name Michael Collins Ajereh, has played a very key role in impacting the Nigerian music scene and also making Nigerian music relevant worldwide. From being a producer to singing, songwriting, and a music entrepreneur, Don Jazzy has shown vast expertise in the...

The #endSARS/ #sorosoke movement and the role of Nigerian artiste

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5 Artist Olamide played a major role in their music career

Veteran rapper Olamide baddoo has impacted many artist through his musical influence either by collaboration or features. The YBNL label boss has brought out many upcoming stars to limelight by letting Nigerians know that these artiste are talented and giving them a chance to be heard. Since we all...

“Monsters You Made” by Burna Boy, what is the message?

“Monsters You Made” takes number 12 on Burna Boy’s new album “Twice as tall” featuring Chris Martin, . The song may contain deeper meaning than just what it seems and it seems the Award-winning Artiste is using his little space to send a message to the government and ‘leaders’...