Burna Boy’s African Giant: An Intricate Album Review By Vien. An intricate album review by the Sassy Classy Bond Lady, Vien007. This is it! The revelation has been revealed, and the revolution televised. We all saw the rise of this magnificent sound from truly an African giant. This album is a fusion of R&B, Rap, […]

Afro-pop star Kizz Daniel has finally released his anticipated LP “NBS”.Daniel‘s sophomore album is aptly titled after the general consensus that he has “No Bad Songz”. The singer kicks off with the afrobeat number Gods, before delving into the urban pop banger “No Do” which admonishes listeners to follow the old proverb and “cut your coat according to your size“. […]

This album just like his previous E.P kind of exhibits a certain side about M.I which I would describe as evolution, as the saying goes change is the most constant thing on earth and, to be honest, there’s nothing better than changing with the current change in time all for the greater good of staying […]

Afrobeats: Taking The World By StormThe numbers behind the entertainment industry are staggering and they reveal that entertainment is the next big thing perhaps since oil and Africa is strategically positioned to take full advantage of this new wave with its unique sound popularly known as Afrobeats. Afrobeats music has had a lot of contributions […]

This is not an album review. Just listing some new albums out there that I think you should listen to and probably have in your playlist. I’m not trying to rank them but they are all good in their own way so, in no particular order, these are 8 hot new albums you should listen to. […]

How Fela Kuti built his music around a distrust of Nigeria’s elites. Now they’re the audience for the musical about his life Vintage posters for Fela Kuti at the Shrine, the club he founded in Lagos, Nigeria. (Siobhán O’Grady / For The Times) Siobhán O’Grady It’s a humid Thursday evening at one of the most […]

At the point when Fela Anikulapo-Kuti kicked the bucket in August 1997, Nigeria lost one of its most questionable and moving social figures. Here, the Africa-based essayist Lindsay Barrett maps the exceptional direction of Fela’s life, specifying the development of his licensed image of Afrobeat, his anarchic way of life, and the continuous fights with […]

5 Key Elements To Building A Long-Lasting & Highly Successful Music Career Before you take another step to start (or grow) your music career, you must learn the 5 key elements that will make up the foundation of your success as a professional musician. It doesn’t matter which area of the music industry you are […]

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