Has it been seven months since #LekkiMassacre? Exhale. We remember. We are keen on preserving this memory too, the way we know how to. We stood/ stand in solidarity with the amazingly united population of young Nigerians who protested/ are still protesting. Importantly, the efforts of Nigerian musicians must not be forgotten. So, welcome. Welcome to our overdue appreciation of music and musicians that reflected Nigeria’s recent, turbulent times.
We’re in an industry where everybody needs everybody to thrive. Artistes need to cross-pollinate. Stan Twitter has to have arguments. We have to “like” who our faves “like”. Artistes need to be conscious about branding.
How is Simi such a deceptively versatile artiste? How does she float from core Afrobeats to Afro-Pop to R&B/Soul music effortlessly?
Detty December is every outgoing Nigerian’s favourite time of the year, but will it be as big as usual this year?
Roots is full of unfinished pictures like all music built for the senses.
Throughout the course of the protests, certain images have expressed the struggle clearly and amplified our voices
Here’s a quick summary of some of the happenings from today, Wednesday, 21st October 2020 connected to the #EndSARS protests.
Today’s #EndSARS protests raised a number of important questions— do we need a backup plan? Do we need a planned sit-in?
Monday 19th October 2020 will be mostly remembered for the role thugs played in the government’s attempt to discredit the nationwide protests.