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9Oct

  Innocent Ujah Idibia, aka 2Face, is arguably one of Nigeria’s best-known music artists. The African Queen-hit maker tells it as it is. Your first single, African Queen, paid homage to the African woman. What is your take on the African woman of today? For me the African Woman is very warm, strong and respectful.  […]






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29Oct

Rhian Benson, Mobo Award winning artist returns with Hands Clean, a pulsating and soulful collection laced with electronic grooves, thanks to her Danish producers.  I have to be honest that it was only recently, I stumbled upon Benson’s electrifying sound but I truly believe that her sophomore album is miles away from her debut, Gold […]






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25Oct

Asa (Bukola Elemide) needs no introduction after her self-titled debut album caught the world’s attention in 2007. The Paris-born, Nigerian raised singer-songwriter returns with her sophomore album, Beautiful Impefection, which demonstrates an artist who has had time to reflect on and evaluate her previous offering. “The first album reflected my state of mind then. I […]






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18Oct

Her voice is distinctive and her sound unique. With every album, German born, Nigerian singer-songwriter and producer, Ayo (Joy Olasunmibo Ogunmakin) keeps evolving and pushing the boundaries. Her third album, Billie-Eve, named after her daughter is testament of a woman, who sees the world through multiple lenses. From the opening track, How Many People, which […]






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14Oct

Sona Jobarteh hails from a griot family and is the only female kora virtuoso on both sides of the Atlantic. A multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer and producer, her new album Fasiya translates as heritage and draws on Jobarteh’s connection to her west African tradition. Songs like Jarabi, a love song from Mali, shows her ability to […]






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19Jul

A rare talent, her music is raw and organic. She has been compared to the likes of Eryka Badu and Lauryn Hill and has a MOBO Award under her belt. Despite the continuous growth of her international presence and the plaudits she is getting, Nneka says her music is not about the plaudits or accolades. […]






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2May

Keeping it real short but I am bopping to this at the moment. My, my, my, the beauty and elegance of Yolanda Adams. What a lady? She is more than three times a lady. Check out that height and the way she carries it with grace. I like!!!! Enjoy!!!






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1May

Keeping it real short today. Meet two women, whose music may be from different genres, but I admire the both of them and in a funny way, one reminds me of the other. Enjoy! Vivien Stephen, fierce, talented and a power house. Angelique Kidjo, gets better, looks younger and she is still fierce, with a […]






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21Mar

Adewale Ayuba was and is the only Fuji artist that really impressed me when I moved to Lagos as a teenager. I danced the life out of his Mr Johnson track. I heard Ariya when I went to get my dress made a few months back and my tailor, who happens to be a man, […]






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21Mar

Have a fabulous sunday. I am loving this song, I hope you like it too. Enjoy!






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21Feb

Are you allowed to call music beautiful? Who cares. Ayo’s music is beautiful. From the opening track to the last one, nothing is missing in my opinion. I have had this album for over a year now but recently, I have been listening to it more than usual. They say songs grow on you but […]






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17Jan

I promised myself this weekend was all about me, myself and I. Sometimes, you have got to get it together and clear your heard. So, there I was with a list of things I wanted to do. Watch the movie, A Good Man Is Hard To Find, listen to some Bebe Winans, John Stoddart, his […]






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