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African China

31 Jul
If there was any man who had the guts to call out the government with his lyricism, back in the 2000s, it was definitely African China. His name, which is a bold affirmation of his evergreen pan-Africanist agenda dubbed, ‘African Children Have Ideas Natural For African,’ continues to ring through the consciousness of Nigerians who…
30 Sep 2020
Music is a powerful tool that has been used many times to engineer social change. As much as the Nigerian music industry is predominantly saturated with songs that are meant to entertain, there are also songs aimed at educating the masses as well as calling for societal reform. Over the years, a number of Nigerian…
5 Sep 2020
Veteran Nigerian Hip/Hop artiste, Eedris Abdulkareem, has unveiled his upcoming sixth studio album, a 24-tracker titled Nothing But The Truth. The album is coming ten years after his last project dropped.
11 May 2019
On the night of Easter Sunday, I was honoured to attend the 2019 ‘AY Live’ comedy show, supported by leading dairy brand, Peak. Previously...
25 Aug 2018
The peaceful town of Onicha Olona in Delta State is currently mourning; their son, who brought the town to limelight, had passed on and will be interred today. At last, what they dreaded has eventually happened; Ras Kimono is indeed dead. Almost all faces looked gloomy, as they prepared to give the late reggae icon…

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