Music promotion is an uphill battle for underground and upcoming artistes, but there are strategies for fighting the battle.
Are the twins better as Psquare or as Mr. P and Rudeboy? I think I’ll leave you to argue about that in the comment section. I want to dance my holidays out. This album is lit!
Rihanna recently promised to release a new song on Twitter and she is getting so much publicity for an unknown song already!
I won’t say I’ve been a lover of music. I’m music in itself. I say jokingly that if I should cut my veins open, music could come out as blood.
The music industry is very competitive and the need for publicity is key. You have to stand out in the crowd. That’s why you just have to find a way to penetrate and gain social ground, hence, the unending relationship between the music industry and publicity.
News of Christopher Plummer’s death shook a lot of people last week Friday. Christopher played Captain von Trapp in the 1965 movie, The Sound of Music. The movie is a legend’s gift of songs. It is a musical movie based on the real-life story of the Von Trapp family singers. The movie, filled with glorious songs highlights…
Sometimes, we are giants. Other times, we can barely reach the top counter of the kitchen shelves but when it comes to music, Nigeria has proven to be steady giants.
If Burna Boy walks like he runs the world, you cannot blame him, his records speak for themselves. The only chink to his swagger is the elusive Grammy Award. King Sunny Ade, Femi Kuti and Seun Kuti could not do it with their albums
Chinonso “The Revolutionary” Ihekire is a young journalist making a name for himself in the modern art scene. I chat with him about his journey.
Uche Nwaje is an artist in love with his roots. He chats with me about his inspirations and why he is a town-crier visual artist.
Hauwa is a social media sensation who keeps her audience laughing with her hilarious stories. She chats with me about her creative journey.
“Mizzle is an upcoming artiste whose imitations of popular artistes has endeared him to thousands of fans in Nigeria, and even earned him props with these artistes he imitated.
Another thing she does is to try and create copies for all types of brands, with different types of target audiences.”I try not to stick to one niche, to not restrict myself,” Folake says.