Warner Music signs licensing deal with Audiomack Africa

Warner Music Group has announced a new licensing agreement with artist-first music streaming platform Audiomack. This makes the record company’s diverse catalogue available on the service across Africa, Canada, and Jamaica for the first time. Audiomack, which boasts more than 16 million monthly active users, will also provide support for WMG’s A&R research activities across…

Davido unveils cover art, tracklist for forthcoming album A Better Time

Following the announcement of the debut of his son’s face for the first time, Nigerian award-winning singer, Davido makes true that promise with the use of his son as the official cover art for his forthcoming album A Better Time. The unveiling of Ifeanyi, release of album cover art and tracklist was done on social…

Ruggedman launches ‘What’s Happening With Ruggeman’ podcast

Nigerian veteran rapper, Michael Ugochukwu Stephens, professionally known as Ruggedman has launched a podcast titled What’s Happening With Ruggedman (WHWR) podcast on the 30th of October 2020. According to the podcast host, Ruggedman expressed that his podcast would address everyday life issues. In his words: “We will talk about entertainment, domestic violence, rape, we will…

There is racism everywhere – UK’s Silvastone voices out

A bubbly professional conversation as Africa’s radio frontliner Ife Ajagbe investigates the colorful origins and workings of Silvastone – a mixed African recording artiste thriving in the UK, whilst topping US charts. Music enigma Silvastone joins Ife Ajagbe to evaluate topical interests associated with growth, alongside a self styled culture that affirms the need to…

Covering the End SARS London protest – Burna Boy speaks

Following the shooting of peaceful protesters at the Lekki tollgate on the 20th of October 2020, Nigerians in London took the protest to the Nigerian High Commission in London on the 21st of October to state their displeasure on what is now known as the #LEKKIMASSACRE. Burna Boy in his statement at the protest encouraged…