Music

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Afrosoul Queen Aramide took to her social media handles last week to show her followers two different magic tricks: The end game? A single titled “Magic”

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Five Star Music front man “Kcee” returns with a musical statement dubbed “Burn” featuring Ghana’s rap export “Sarkodie“.

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Urban-Afropop singer/songwriter Uniekgrace is  finally release her highly anticipated  "E Go Better" (EP) January 8 2018. She expressed through one of her instagram posts that the songs on her Extended play has a common theme which is WORK.

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Mavin artiste, Reekado Banks has been arrested by the Nigerian police for not keeping to his part of a bargain made to perform for a client’s wedding in Benin City even after receiving the sum of two million naira.

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Reekado Banks, is a Nigerian singer, rapper and songwriter who came into limelight in 2014 after being signed to Mavin Records.

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The most consistent Nigerian artist of the last decade, Olamide continues his unprecedented streak by kick-starting 2018 with a fresh street lamba titled “Science Student“.

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Efya releases the official visuals to a single she dropped in early 2017, called Love. The award winning songstress croons her way into her lover’s heart on this tune, produced by The Gentleman.

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Rasaki!! L.A.X finally drops the visuals to the scintillating single ‘Call My Baby‘ released September last year. The song, among others fire tunes released by L.A.X during the same period has done well till date and the visual tells a rather familiar story of how inter tribal relations are perceived by some of the older generations.

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“Over the years I have watched many musicians come from nothing to become the stars that they are today. Last year in particular, saw many people become successful practically overnight; and not just once but many times over.

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The musical traditions / culture of Africa are as wide and varied as the continent itself. Traditional music varies by region as well as by tribe, and it is impossible to give a brief but comprehensive discussion of the music of Africa.