“I was at a lovely dinner the other day (food is a sure way to my heart, the people that feed me know this, and God bless them very plenty for me) and there were a number of heated conversations sparking off: ranging from discussions about why we have no electricity and whether or not people should pay more for it, to questions about what some called 'Chimamanda’s brand of Feminism’ and then eventually we stumbled across this statement: “Women’s biggest problem is them stabbing other Women in the back. They need to deal with that first before moaning about anything else”.
“…I deserve better entertainment than wack Karaoke which I don't even get to participate in. I understand that these artists may be fantastic recording artists, but stage craft is a whole other area where a lot of them fall short…”
At least seven people were killed and scores injured, mostly suffering burns, after two explosions at a natural gas depot in Ghana's capital on Sunday...
"In Memory Of Forgetting" is a powerful spoken word album by Wana Udobang where she candidly and emotionally explores life's high's and Lows. Beautifully arranged and delivered with an ear for excellence, you can only imagine how chuffed I was when she asked if I would get involved in her project... I told her if she hadn't asked I would've crashed the set anyways. :)
For all aspiring musicians, artists and anyone trying to understand what is going on in the NIgerian Music Industry....welcome to Class! A Nigerian ivy league level of schooling goes down on this MTVBase Special that you don't want to be told about. From the problems plaguing artists to the reason Female artists struggle on the scene, we garner opinions and knowledge from Icons and new school stars alike. Welcome to Musicology.