Yemi Alade Issokay

Music Review: Issokay – Yemi Alade Lyrically Lagging Behind But Doesn’t Want You To

Yemi Alade has a blend of Igbo and Yoruba blood running in her. Plus she is one of the most widely travelled Nigerian singers. Perhaps that is why in part she was accepted when she adorned herself with the title – Mama Africa. However, asides touring the whole of Africa, there’s more the sultry singer […]

Brymo

Music Review: Ba’nuso – Brymo Tells Everything About Not Telling Everything

Born Ibrahim Olawale Ashimi, Brymo is that man with great vocals and an amazing understanding of contextualized music artistry. He plies unapologetically and safely on Alternative Music. It is safe to say Brymo actually thrives on controversy and he has a deep understanding of that fact therefore exploiting same to the best of his ability. […]

Damn Delilah

Music Review: Damn Delilah Video – Harnessing the Elements of Art Music

Damn Delilah – In his book, ‘Music as an Art’, English Philosopher and Writer, Sir Roger Scruton discussed Art Music. He analysed that Art music is a classical, cultivated and canonic music. The type that involves advanced structural and theoretical considerations or follows a written musical tradition. It harnesses the power of storytelling and complements […]

Davido x Duncan Mighty Aza

Music Review: The Visual Misfit of Davido, Peruzzi Duncan Mighty’s Aza

Duncan Mighty came hitting the waves again, all thanks to Wizkid’s collaborative influence with him. After the release of Fake Love, the Port Harcourt first son has become the magical voice which all artistes wants to have sing a hook or take the next verse of their song. While so many people argue that it […]

Music Review: Heal D World – After Whining So Different, Patoranking Serves a Different Wine

Patoranking obviously isn’t a music act to shove aside in Nigeria. The reggae-dancehall singer became a protégé of Dem Mama Records after collaborating with Timaya on ‘Alubarika’. His record deal with Foston Musik and his single ‘Girlie O’ would shoot him to limelight afterwards. The Ijegun-Egba born artiste who originally hails from Ebonyi state has […]

Wande Coal

Music Review: Wande Coal’s So Mi So – Can we ever understand this Song?

Wande Coal ’s ‘So Mi So’ has been one of the regular songs on the playlist of radio stations and the video on repeat on every TV channel. The song was produced by British born Ghanaian producer and DJ, Julian Nicco-Annan also known as Juls. It premiered on BBC 1Xtra radio while the video which […]

Simi and Adekunle Gold

Album Review: Adekunle Gold x Simi – Two Hearts, One Rhythm

Adekunle Gold’s ‘About 30’ album and Simi ‘Simisola’ album review Olayemi Azeez Busari The rumor has been flying around in Nigeria’s entertainment world that the two alternative singers are in a relationship. This is something both have however sternly denied. This review is all about the similarity between these two albums. As we all know […]

olamide-kana video

Music Review: Kana Video – Olamide’s Lyrically Disjointed and Visually Misinterpreted Song (2)

Music video grew to play a paramount role in music marketing and artiste image making. This has been since the launch of U.S Video Channel MTV in 1981. The outlet for video material began the era of 24-hour-a-day music on television. And with that comes the increasing demand to produce professional music videos. Of course […]

Kana

Music Review: Kana – Olamide’s Lyrically Disjointed and Visually Interpreted Song (1)

When Olamide posted a picture of Wizkid earlier in the year on his Instagram page with the caption, ‘Starboy came around to bless some beats for me’, many pre-empted that 2018 will be a year of collaborative hits from the super star duo. Kana is the first of such hits in 2018. It is the […]

Falz Child of the World

Music Review: Child of the World Video – Falz Reiterates War against 3 Vices in One Voice

After the death of the great music legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, many pre-empt the death of message driven music. Their pre-emption seems wrong several years after Fela’s death. Until, in recent time, when they were proved right after-all with the gradual degeneration of value in Nigerian music. However, it seems some prodigiously talented artistes are […]