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Gilbert ‘A-Q’ Bani has been making Hip-Hop music for a long time. He released his first album in 2005 and hasn’t stopped since. And while he went on from then to release some of the most impressive Hip-Hop albums, it’s his 2…

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In 2011, coming off a mega-hit single “Oleku,” Panshak “Ice Prince” Zamani released his debut album “Everybody Loves Ice Prince,” further taking Nigerian Hip-Hop into the mainstream. Everybody Loves Ice Prince is…

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Before 2008, Nigerian Hip-Hop was majorly described as ‘hardcore’, with a large part of the general music followers often complaining about how unrelatable their music w Many Hip-Hop acts, such as the Trybesmen trio, eLDee, Freestyle an…

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Timaya's debut album, "True Story, " is about passion and pain. Bursting into the music scene in 2007, Timaya gave music listeners the whole experience of the mind and world of this Bayelsa-born, Port Harcourt raised singer with an 11-track album th…

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In 2009, 2Baba (formerly known as 2face Idibia) released his third solo album, “The Unstoppable”, to heavy criticism and bad reviews. Why?  First of all, the album was considered too long (one hour, fifteen minutes). Then, some of…

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After working his way up the music industry with his group Maintain from the late 90s to the mid-early 2000s, Olu Maintain found his group suddenly became defunct. Due to the new music sounds emanating from the industry - thanks to 2Baba’s de…

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1999 marks the rebirth of Nigerian Pop music, which has eventually morphed into what we describe as Afrobeats. It was also the year Tony Tetuila - a first-generation Afrobeats artiste - released his debut album “Morning Time”. Twenty-th…

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"Merchants, Dealers and Slaves" might be Brymo's third studio album, but it's his first classic. Possibly inspired by his bitter departure from his former record label, MD&S shows Brymo's at his darkest moment even when the album electrifies …

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