Dear Grammys, Wizkid and Burna Boy are not the only Nigerian artists. Asake, Obongjayar, Asa, Show Dem Camp and everyone else on this list ate in 2022. How far?
Asa is suing Joeboy for ₦300 Million over copyright infringement and Tempoe has gotten Asa to delete “IDG” over the same thing. In this article, @theconradjay explains why this is happening and what it means for the Nigerian music industry.
While you’re still biting your tongue on the new @Asa_official album, take this quiz to see if you can get a perfect score identifying her older lyrics.
Did someone say Asa just dropped new music? Hell, yes! And trust us, we have all the cool gist about her hot new track, Ocean.
Still crying to Adele’s new album? Don’t worry. When you’re done with that one, we have more songs for you to cry to over here.
Ever heard a song and related to it on every level? Well, that’s the power of music. So, based on what’s truly important to you at the moment, we’ve created a quiz that shows you which Nigerian artist is most equipped to create the soundtrack to your life. Take to find out
2019 had a ton of great Nigerian albums, courtesy of big-name stars like Burna Boy and rising phenoms like Lady Donli. While all of these releases came with solid singles, all of them still have non-singles that are worthy of our attention as well. Burna Boy’s “Wetin Man Go Do” (African Giant) Burna Boy’s Grammy-nominated […]
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