Volume 4 Issue 002: The artist’s new residencies in Nigeria will be a launchpad for a new generation.
Volume 4 Issue 002: Inside Lagos’ go-to-week-breaker, plus a mix from its co-founder DJ Debby.
Volume 4 Issue 002: He’s the bad boy of Nigerian music – a controversial hit machine who’s built an empire of loyal fans and topped the African charts. The youth love him and the press is obsessed with him. So why does the government want Naira Marley behind bars?
Nigerian musicians are making a major impact across the globe – but in their home country, the industry has a different set of rules. Lagos-based journalist Joey Akan provides a beginner’s guide.
The trio’s new video celebrates a cultural wave they’ve pioneered.