Lucky Daye Table For Two Review
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Review: Lucky Daye’s “Table For Two” Is A Conversation On Lackluster Love And Communication

Lucky Daye’s eclectic and soulful sound is addicting, making it impossible to listen to with no emotional reaction. His EP, “Table For Two”, is an open conversation that forces lovers to be clear with both their intentions and their communication.

Abuja Nigeria Rapper Marv OTM Discusses Musical Journey And New Music
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Interview: Nigerian Rapper, Marv OTM Discusses International Sound, Abuja’s Music Scene, And Two-Part Single, “Holy Grail”

Marv OTM is a Nigerian rapper whose international appeal is impossible to ignore. Located in what he refers to as Nigeria’s rap capital, Marv OTM speaks highly of Abuja’s music scene and how he’s carving a path for himself. In this interview, he details his musical journey, creative collaborations, and new music.

Nigerian Rapper AcebergTM Talks Signing To SJW Entertainment And New Music
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Interview: Nigerian Rapper, AcebergTM Talks Signing To SJW Entertainment, Creative Collabs, And Debut EP, “Far From Home”

AcebergTM is a rapper from Lagos, Nigeria with an international sound that fuses Hip-Hop, R&B, and Afrobeats. His Nigerian roots and Western influences play a part in his international sound, but his African identity is not lost in translation. Read more as AcebergTM details his transition to becoming a signed artist, collaborates with some of Nigeria’s best talent, depicts his views on the music scene and up-and-coming artists in Nigeria, and shares insight about his debut EP, “Far From Home”.

Ghanaian Music Video Director Navigates Male Dominated Industry
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Interview: Ghanaian Music Video Director, Six Reflects On Creative Journey And Navigating A Male-Dominated Industry

Six is a music video director from Accra, Ghana, who has finally owned her creative path. “I’m now at the point in my life where I’m embodying the fact that this is my career and this is who I am. I’m a creative, and that’s just it.” She details her experiences in Ghana as a woman in a male-dominated industry. Six chalks up her experience to having balance and patience.