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G-Worldwide Entertainment: The Empire of a New Era

Kiss Daniel's Woju arrived on the wings of a difficult yet successful shift in the Nigerian sound, stamping it as one of the definitive tunes that...

Adekunle Gold in his 79th Element

We enter this interesting alternative studio space in Valley Estate, Ojodu (literally an estate in a valley) and the atmosphere is filled with ground...

Beverly Naya – Beverly Kills

New wave Nollywood came with a hunger for genuinely dynamic urban acts and Beverly Naya's timing, was satisfyingly perfect. Having brazenly relocated to Nigeria from England...

WAJE: The Queen Being

  Nigerians bonded with her even before they met her; learning every line and adlib that she had rendered so effortlessly on P-Square's resounding 2007...

Woman Like Chidinma

It takes a different type of breed to waltz into a subcontinental music competition, with the breezy intentions of just "gaining experience and meeting...

Skales: The Never Say Never Guy

In his own words, Raoul John Njeng-Njeng aka Skales, lives, eats and breathes music. With a studio at his bedside, it was a chore for...

Lil Kesh: Cradle To C.E.O.

As he sipped local Pasa Bitters, trekking from his house to the studio and getting ready to spit his environment inspired lines, Lil Kesh...

Cynthia Morgan: A Cynthiarella Story

Once upon a time in not-so-faraway Benin Kingdom; there lived 11-year-old Cynthia Morgan who was by every standard, not your regular pre-teenager. Not only...

Now You Simi

Between Ara Ile  and Tiff (released in 2008 and 2014 respectively), are 6 gaping years that many present day followers of Simi's music are...

The Rise and Rise of YCEE

Growing up with a grandfather who was in the army and strict parents, YCEE’s music horizon was greatly censored by his folks. Nonetheless, he...

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