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Brymo’s review of Asake’s Yoga is from the perspective of arts

Asake’s traditional African sound, Yoga, since its first airing, has tasted both sides of criticism; the most…

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Review: on Yoga, Asake departs the street for fortification in Dakar

Seyi Vibez feeding off Asake’s chant-like music erupted with foresight of different sorts from both critics and…

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Abi kin pe Wizzy — Wizkid’s Abracadabra contribution goes viral on the internet

Wizkid’s contribution to the remix of Rexxie’s Abracadabra which originally featured Naira Marley and Skiibii has set…

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Book of lyrics for SGM’s Music is a Therapy album

Following the release of his debut album titled Music is a Therapy, SGM published a book containing…

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Review: Omah Lay’s Soso is a piece of Literature rendered in vocals

We need to shove aside the cultural efficacy of Soso and its perceived spirituality as an African…

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The origin of the pop culture “abi ki n pe Rexxie”

The most recent trend in the Nigerian popular culture is the phrase “abi ki n pe Rexxie”;…

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8 Nigerian artistes with the best lyrics at the moment

The importance of songwriting is still not understood in Nigerian music, that is why many fans tag…

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Review: Libianca’s People embodies the victims of depression

“I’ve been drinking more alcohol for the past five days, did you check on me?” is the…

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Review: Ruger’s Asiwaju and the conspiracies about it

What Ruger did with the Asiwaju song is not different from what Carter Efe did with Machala:…

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Review: SIMONY brews versatility out of a memoir on The Origin of the Big Thing

SIMONY’s fresh career got a root in Cobhams Asuquo’s One Hit; this is a song for which…