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OZFERTI presents ‘Afrogrime’

by Editor | 16th December 2016

Brussels-based producer OZFERTI has delivered the second of his Afrogrime EPs, and it’s another surefire winner. As the title suggests, the Afrogrime series aims to combine London bars with rhythms and samples from Nigeria, Ghana and beyond, all finished off with OZFERTI’s trademark production polish. Check out his version of Wiley’s classic ‘100% Publishing’ below, […]

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Nigeria

Lil Kesh

by Editor | 2nd September 2016

Bariga-born Lil Kesh is one of the most highly rated Nigerian rappers out there right now, known for his street-friendly, party-starting tunes and raunchy lyrical content. Indeed, when he was pipped by Reekado Banks to the Next Rated Award at Nigerian hip-hop awards ceremony The Headies, a storm of protest followed led by irate Lil […]

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Nigeria

How smartphones facilitate the Nigerian music scene

by Editor | 18th August 2016

The Guardian recently reported from the heart of the rising Nigerian music scene, and its success with utilising social media. Thanks to a quickening access to SIM cards, data, and smart phones, the independent Nigerian music scene is fnding creative way to connect and stay in touch. Meaning they are building fans and support networks […]

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OZFERTI presents ‘Afrogrime’

by Editor | 16th December 2016

Brussels-based producer OZFERTI has delivered the second of his Afrogrime EPs, and it’s another surefire winner. As the title suggests, the Afrogrime series aims to combine London bars with rhythms and samples from Nigeria, Ghana and beyond, all finished off with OZFERTI’s trademark production polish. Check out his version of Wiley’s classic ‘100% Publishing’ below, […]

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How smartphones facilitate the Nigerian music scene

by Editor | 18th August 2016

The Guardian recently reported from the heart of the rising Nigerian music scene, and its success with utilising social media. Thanks to a quickening access to SIM cards, data, and smart phones, the independent Nigerian music scene is fnding creative …

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