Why are we not seeing enough Nigerian music placed in TV or radio commercials and in Nollywood movies?
Asides income generated from physical CD sales, digital downloads and streaming (mechanical royalties), Nigerian songwriters and artists should be getting royalties from avenues like Nollywood and I dear say Hollywood movies. Yes, because it’s happened already.
The shock of you passing away broke me.
No, you didn’t have to go the way you did.
Life once again rears its ugly head.
I somewhat feel guilty for your loss.
I knew you could have used some help but I left it to chance.
I let the thought of not being able to afford a care provider for you get in the way.
Oh how wrong I was. You clearly needed help. Continue reading “A tribute to my lovely grandma Caroline”
As a young ‘Naija’ music fan looking at the Nigerian music industry from the outside, you tend to see it as all glamorous and shiny — the expensive cool whips and houses the musicians and record label execs flaunt about on social media, the beautiful ladies in their music videos etc etc
You think to yourself…it doesn’t get any better for these guys — the managers, artists, hypemen, DJs and so on.
But King Wale Applause, a largely unknown talent manager, begs to see otherwise.