D’banj Celebrates 20 Years Of Musical Career

It was a night of glitz and glamour on Friday as Nigerian singer and rapper, Oladapo Oyebanjo, popularly known as “D’banj”, celebrated his 20 years of musical excellence in a sophisticated ceremony.

My music career incomplete without Don Jazzy, says D’banj

Nigerian singer and rapper, Oladapo Oyebanjo, with the stage name “D’banj”, said his 20 years music journey would not have been complete without his business partner, Michael Ajereh, popularly known as “Don Jazzy”.

Unraveling the Diversity of African Entertainment Industries

Africa, teeming with cultural richness and diversity, has emerged as a dynamic hub of creativity and innovation in the global entertainment landscape.

Happiness of Africans: The Power of Music on Mental Health

Music has always been a part of everyday life throughout the unique tapestry of African cultures, acting as more than just entertainment.

Michael Jackson remains G.O.A.T of pop music-Jeffrey Daniel

Jeffrey Daniel, American dancer, singer and choreographer, says late legendary artiste Michael Jackson remains the Greatest of All Time (G.O.A.T) of Pop Music.

Now Muzik, 2Baba agree to separate after 20-year partnership

Now Muzik, 2Baba agree to separate after 20-year partnership

I have been intimate with 67 women – Kizz Daniel

Nigerian singer, Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, aka Kizz Daniel, has made a huge revelation about his sexual history.

The Future of Afrobeat in Africa: Sustaining and Promoting a Musical Revolution

Afrobeat is a bright and rhythmic musical style that originated in West Africa and has now spread throughout the world.

How Young Thug’s Music Rescued Shallipopi from Depression

Nigerian singer Shallipopi recently opened up about the pivotal role that Young Thug's music played in pulling him out of a bout of depression.

Exploring the Realm of Afrobeat: African Women and Their Impacts 

Afrobeat is a musical style that has its roots in West Africa, particularly Nigeria and was popularized in the late 1960s and early 1970s.