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21 Jun 2020
In celebration of this year’s World Music Day, the Musical Copyright Society of Nigeria (MCSN) has unveiled a tracking and monitoring technology tagged, ‘Gocreate App’ for the enhancement of copyrights administration in the country.
15 Jun 2020
“The pandemic may rage on but the music must keep playing,” so said the Make Music Lagos 2020 organizing committee, comprising of Showgear and its partners, as they announced the schedule of events for MAKE MUSIC LAGOS 2020 as part of the buildup to the upcoming celebrations of WORLD MUSIC DAY in Lagos which will run for a week from Monday 15th June to Monday 22nd June.
24 Jun 2017
Last Wednesday, Nigeria marked World Music Day with the rest of the world. For me, the day was two-parts celebration, one-part reflection.

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