“My drive is really just to be great. I want to be great. I want to be one of the biggest musicians that have come out of Africa, not just in my prime but to make music that lives forever so tha ...
By ada
#WomenInMusic: Evolution Of Efya.
Prior to Aye I hadn’t heard Olù’s previous work, ‘The Cry‘ her first single, so I didn’t know what to expect pressing play. After about 8 minutes spent listening to the ...
By austin
Voices Of Music: Olú's 'Aye'.
You know those genius kids who do nothing but fly classes during break periods, spitting bars and mending hooks; they take the centre stage at the disco and suddenly become the ‘next big thing a...
By richardoflagos
Sounds From This Side
Well, at a time where hip hop is dominated by men, female rappers tended to be amazing feminists. One of those is Queen Latifah, who’s song I named the shoot after. ‘U.N.I.T.Y’, rele...
By stevewest
U.N.I.T.Y with Wami Aluko + [ Bella Alubo, AT & Tinuke ].
I remember the first day Thompson [ Visual Storyteller & Director of Baroque Age ] took me to GMK’s house, we drove over in Tonero’s [ a Nigerian music creative and producer ] car. It was so...
By Adedayo Laketu
The Monster Home.

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