- Fela was born Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti on 15 October 1938 in Abeokuta, the modern-day capital of Ogun State in the Federal Republic of Nigeria, then a city in the British Colony of Nigeria, into an upper-middle-class family.
- Prince Olayiwola Fatai Olagunju, known better as Fatai Rolling Dollar (22 July 1927 – 12 June 2013), was a Nigerian musician, described by the BBC as a "nationally celebrated performer." He died on 12 June 2013, at the age of 86, and was praised by past Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan.
- LATE CHIEF ALHAJI AYINLA WAIDI OMOWURA popularly called EGUNMOGAJI was born in Abeokuta Ogun state Nigeria in 1933. His musical career took root when he started with a brand of music called “Olalomi” in the early 50’s.
- LATE CHIEF ALHAJI AYINLA WAIDI OMOWURA popularly called EGUNMOGAJI was born in Abeokuta Ogun state Nigeria in 1933. His musical career took root when he started with a brand of music called “Olalomi” in the early 50’s. This brand of music was so popular that he became the darling of the young people both in Nigeria ...
- It was in 1974 that the news broke. Chief Bolarinwa Abioro, the Balogun of Ipokia, the Chairman of African Songs Limited, had taken his star musician, King Sunny Ade (KSA) to court!
- SHARE THIS POST:DOWNLOAD MP3 SONG OF AJE OLOKUN This inspirational and spiritual traditional Yoruba music that opens gates for prayers to Olodumare (God) through the abundant praises and prayers to Aje Olokun. click here to download It is an evergreen music which everyone that loves Aje and any Orisa music should really have in their ...
- SHARE THIS POST: Pop culture has grown from being a confined and small build up into a global interest. Nigerian pop culture in the past years has failed to create strong attentiveness to the underground sound which is, the street pop. The street pop has metamorphosed from a local household name into a commercial output ...
- SHARE THIS POST:Once again, the Nigeria Hip hop industry is in shambo. For years now, Rappers have gone MIA and till date some are still ghosting. We’ve seen how Ice Prince, Phyno, Olamide blow up and then switch up while the rest rappers are bounced out of the Industry. To Most Nigeria Rappers, it’s a ...
- The Nigerian music industry in 2019 has been booming with breakthrough pop singers. The pop scene over the last few years have witnessed a special place of abode reserved for only the A-list artist; 2019 has been able to create a historical twist to change the natural phenomenon
- SHARE THIS POST:THE NIGERIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY, DEAD OR ROTTEN? – BRAIT AP The Nigerian Music Industry is one unlucky place for an Indie artist. I’m left to agree with others that the Nigeria Music Industry is not structured. The South Africa and Kenya Music Industry is far better than the Nigerian music Industry because they ...
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