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Watch Burna Boy Perform ‘Ye’ in Los Angeles

Off Burna Boy’s recently released album, Outside, three records have distanced themselves from the rest in Ye, Heaven’s Gate and…

The Creator vs. The Curator: The MI Abaga Dilemma

2017 was a good year in and for Nigerian pop culture. While the battle between Davido and Wizkid was going…

The Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for Her

Words by Ndali Ozegbe   7” Personal Cake from The Sweet Spot Bakery (@thesweetspotbakery – instagram.com/thesweetspotbakery/) If like me you…

Osagie Alonge talks Wizkid-Davido Rivalry on Facts Only

Over the past three years, the Wizkid – Davido rivalry has dominated conversations around Nigerian music. Christmas 2017 saw the…
Copacabana Highlights 2017

Here Are The Highlights from Copacabana 2017

For The Culture NG returned with Copacabana for its second year in a row in December 2017. Serving as one…
Wami Aluko

Wami Aluko Explores Impact of Nigerian Music Through Creators in Debut Documentary

In the early months of 2017 when we spoke about young girl photographers who had the juice, Wami Aluko’s name…

Man of 2017: Davido

It’s been airbrushed from History but 2016 wasn’t a good year for Davido. He finally got the deal he’d been…
Niniola: Woman of the Year

Woman of 2017: Niniola

In a time when every Afropop artist seems to be producing  music of the same Pon Pon sound, Niniola has…
The Real Losers: KaySwitch and D'Prince

The Real Losers in Mo Hits’ Disintegration: KaySwitch and D’Prince

With the disappointing demise of Mo’Hits Records, the music ensemble which produced hit singles like Booty Call and Pere, the entire music…

Eat.Drink.Lagos Announces #EatDrinkFestival

Eat.Drink.Lagos, is back with the the fourth edition of #EatDrinkFestival presented by Stanbic IBTC on December 26, 2017. In its…

“Nigeria to the World”: The Bullet That Killed Mo Hits

Do you remember where you were on the 1st of March, 2011? I do. I was in a room in…

Editor’s Note: Mo Hits Week

If ever a year captured the importance of journalism, 2017 was it. When done well, it’s one of the great…

Mo Hits Then and Now

Don Jazzy Then: Affiliate of London’s JJC & 419 squad. Partnered with D’Banj and the rest was history. Today: Continues…

The Christmas Gift Guide

by  Ayomide Dokunmu CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR EVERYONE! For the first time this year, I made my family and friends promise…
Rap and Lyricism: Are Nigerians too dumb?

Lyricism in Rap: Are Nigerians too dumb?

On that Loose Talk episode which had the entire music industry abuzz, Nigeria’s own Mr. Incredible, commenting on lyricism in…