A milestone was set last year as Afrobeats and Urban African music stood out as global sounds and slowly started moving away from the “world music” box and the invisibility associated to its indigenousness. Continue reading In 2018, African Artistes Please Continue To Strive For More Greatness.
From my seasonal playlists, it is obvious that I am a huge fan of Nigerian music. As an Afropop music blogger, this opportunity was a dream come true for me as it gave me the chance to visit Africa’s arts capital Lagos, and meet its actors. Continue reading #BAYNTakesLagos : Behind The Scenes Of AFRIMA 2017
I started writing the article you are about to read last August, when Yemi Alade ended her Mama Africa World Tour with a concert at the Playstation Theatre in New York. Continue reading How Yemi Alade Changed The Rules With Her Mama Africa World Tour
Je vous ai préparé une playlist avec les sons qui font bouger toutes les capitales et grandes villes du continent afin de marquer ce jour et cette période estivale qui s’annonce d’ores et déjà mouvementée. Continue reading Commencez l’été en musique (Playlist)
Three years after releasing his commercially successful sophomore album ‘Ayo’, Nigerian singer-songwriter Wizkid is finally back with a new project, his first since joining the international music label RCA Records. Continue reading Wizkid Breaking Barriers With “Sounds From The Other Side”
Avec Tokooos, Fally Ipupa explore d’autres genres afin de ne plus être vu uniquement comme un artiste africain, mais comme un artiste confirmé dont la musique transcende les frontières. Continue reading A la découverte de l’univers Tokooos de Fally Ipupa
This is the time of the year where people get sad and nostalgic about their holidays because they are getting back to school. Fortunately, getting back to school also means meeting our friends, catching up on what happened during the break and also back to school partying for people who are in college or university. The last point is the most interesting for me as it … Continue reading Back to School Playlist (Afrobeats)