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28 Sep
For a very long time, musicians were considered avant-gardists—laid back, too cool for school—they were purely idols with a penchant for aesthetic ingenuity and sonic innovation.  Before the iPods, smartphones, and digital streaming platforms, music consumption was viscerally manual and intentional. Artistes were not loved by accident, nor discovered by impulse. They were not paid…

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The Labour Party House of Representatives candidate in Amuwo Odofin Otunba George Folarin Olawande Adegeye has promised qualitative representation if elected a Reps member come the 25th February general election. Folarin made the pledge on Saturday at his electioneering campaign rally across Amuwo-Odofin locality, he added that his pact with the people remained intact just…