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Articles by Sabo Kpade

9 Sep 2018
Nomenclature is integral to the human condition. The need to categorise is in order to separate one thing from another as a way of understanding what one is presented with secondary to which is prejudice or acceptance. New music by any generation will face an uphill battle to prove its worthiness to a preexisting order,…
26 Aug 2018
Tiwa Savage’s expectations for her first London concert as headliner is simple and straightforward: “I’m just expecting for God’s will to be done.
15 Aug 2018
Published in April this year, “She Called Me Woman: Nigerian Queer Women Speak” (Cassava Republic Press) is a compendium of 25 personal accounts by individuals from Nigeria’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities. The trio of editors - Azeenarh Mohammed, Chitra Nagarajan and Rafeeat Aliyu - have done the laudable work of collecting first hand…
15 Aug 2018
Published in April this year, “She Called Me Woman: Nigerian Queer Women Speak” (Cassava Republic Press) is a compendium of 25 personal accounts by individuals from Nigeria’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities. The trio of editors - Azeenarh Mohammed, Chitra Nagarajan and Rafeeat Aliyu - have done the laudable work of collecting first hand…
5 Aug 2018
The definitive sound of Nigerian pop in 2018 was decided in 2016 when producer Northboi created the beat for Soco, the hit song by the quartet of Wizkid, Terri, Spotless and Ceeza Milli.
15 Jul 2018
Contrary to accepted belief, Nigerian hip hop never died or would only come alive when the top artists - if fame and stature were the main meter of measurement - bothered to spit bars. Traditionalist hip hop continues to be a feature in the genre, which is also alive to the newer waves of trap…