Author: Akinlade Moyo

Odumodublvck: The Thriving Renegade

Odumodublvck artistry is quintessential of the Naija street life and its realities. The new kid on the block is one that is easy to relate with, unleashing an undilutable street hop genre of music blasting the speakers, and topping the charts. Life is about the survival...

More Love Less Ego: Another Experimental Afrobeat Fleeting Genre

Wizkid’s latest album, More Love Less Ego is testimony to his universality as an artist yet, adhering to his personae. Wizkid is transmuting African mainstream music, further into the horizon of new sounds akin to jazz, soul, alternative, contemporary, dancehall, rap, grim, amapiano, blues and...

The Shattawale Outcry: A Tale of Noise misted with Hate

The recent Shattawale saga is quite funny and worrisome. It underlines the prosecution Nigerians face for being the people of Nigeria they indeniaby are. It underscores the division between black people especially, Africans. Also, it unviels the burden of successful people. “They said I won’t be...

If Orange Was A Place: A Soulful Trip With Tems

If Orange Was a Place is another EP off fast-rising global afrobeat music star. While we still haven’t gotten enough of Tems in Wizkid’s Essence. Tems has delivered a body of work manifesting her music dexterity. If Orange Was A Place is a trip to her soulful...

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The Second Wave: Ruger Reinitiates Another Greater Pandemic

The Second Wave is the second EP of Ruger after Pandemic EP. The 4-track EP has proven his music agility and that he owes himself the state of being consistent and better. These are just mere words and expectations but one thing holds, if you love...