Tag: music review

Kola MuhammedNovember 9, 2020

Review: Brymo uses new EP to fight off ‘Libel’ and depression

The reputation of Brymo, born Olawale Ashimi, has never been in doubt when it comes to wit, depth of content ...

Op-ed EditorSeptember 25, 2017

Music Review: Wyclef Jean’s Carnival 3 is simply breathtaking

by Umar Hassan   Wyclef Jean was the most prominent member of the Fugees group that revolutionized hip hop in ...

Oluwatosin AdeshokanSeptember 12, 2017

Album review: The African Gentleman makes monotony beautiful

Ric Hassani’s debut project The African Gentleman is the typical Nigerian song. It begins the way it is supposed to ...

Op-ed EditorSeptember 9, 2017

Opinion: Simi’s ‘Simisola’ is originality at its peak

by Michael Ace   How else do I start, except to give the work the credit it deserves. This is ...

Op-ed EditorAugust 30, 2017

The music finally does some talking for the man: A review of D’Banj’s ‘King Don Come’ album

by Umar Hassan Of all major Nigerian artistes, D’banj has thrived more out of the viability he has engrained into ...

Op-ed EditorAugust 24, 2017

Music Review: Ace Hood makes a rather lame statement with Trust the Process

by Umar Hassan Trust the process is Ace hood’s first album since leaving DJ Khaled’s We The Best Music and whether ...

Op-ed EditorJuly 28, 2017

Opinion: ‘Uncle Suuru’ is not a one-way ticket to stardom for BBNaija’s Jon Ogah

by Micheal Ace One thing is rising; another is staying on the height of mountains and keeping your head above ...

Op-ed EditorJuly 26, 2017

“Terrific all-round display”: A review of Meek Mill’s Wins and Losses album

by Umar Hassan Meek Mill’s Meekend Music 2 EP dropped a day after Tunechi’s In Tune We Trust and though Tune’s Mula ...

Op-ed EditorJuly 21, 2017

“I heard a voice from heaven” | A review of Waje’s ‘Mountain’

by Micheal Ace When the speaker blares and you find yourself beating the force of gravity, walking the path of ...

Oluwatosin AdeshokanJune 20, 2017

Music Review: It’s Not A Lie! Harrysong stole D’banj’s shine in his comeback track

In the build up to his new album; King Don Come Kokomaster D’Banj released a new song “It’s not a ...

Oluwatosin AdeshokanMay 24, 2017

Music Review: Lady Donli’s Ice Cream will definitely remain on your playlist

Lady Donli born Zainab Donli is a Nigerian musician from Kaduna moving to the world via the UK. Currently finishing ...

Oluwatosin AdeshokanMay 24, 2017

Music Review: Mojeed’s Westernised West-African mixtape tells a beautiful story

Aristokrat records Mojeed is a rapper in the mould of vintage MI with a little bit of Vector and a ...

Kolapo OlapojuMay 12, 2015

Music review: Timi Dakolo returns with a hustler’s anthem

by Wilfred Okichie Some things are simply impossible to forget. Timi Dakolo’s stunner of a voice is one of them. ...

December 11, 2013

Review: ‘My baby’ by Bez is fresh news to the ears and senses

by Henry Igwe The music opens with a keyboard playing, and then some drumming. Cobhams is again responsible for this ‘soul ...

May 14, 2012

From the Magazine: For Efa, and ever (Music review)

by Bayo Omisore Title: Waka Artiste: EFA Category: EP EFA explains that the ‘waka’ in the Waka EP is taken ...

March 18, 2012

“Ostentatious Praise!” – Album Review: Midnight Crew’s ‘King of Nations’

‘King of nations’ is the group’s 4th album and does not depart much from the tested, albeit winning formula of ...

OluwapelumiNovember 17, 2011

Outta The Speakerbox: Christina Perri takes heartbreak songs to a whole new level

by Rachel Ogbu Christina Perri’s song “Jar of Hearts” grew gradually through the airwaves. The first time people really heard ...

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