Author: Dami Ajayi

Tuesday Poem by Logan February

Insulin Yes, they warned him about the sugar rush. And no, he didn’t listen....

On Sauti Sol’s Sultry Soul: Review of Live and Die in Afrika

Foreword: This was written before Wakanda became mainstream. Kenyan music, and perhaps the entire...

On Olamide’s Lagos Nawa

Half way into Lagos Nawa, Olamide’s seventh album, he asserts that he owns Tungba...

On Somi’s Petite Afrique

The last time we heard from Somi, she had released an entire LP album...

Tuesday Poem by O-Jeremiah Agbaakin

fusion (for Akinsanya Damilola) does not start    with a boy     holding his phantoms     in...

Niniola is unapologetically a House Musician even if she ever so lightly crosses the Rubicon into what is popular. Innovative is her ability to couch her lyrics in mellifluous Yoruba and to code-switch as often as her material demands.

This Is Me: Niniola Excites with Her Afro-House Music

It has been four years since Niniola graced the reality show Project Fame and...

Simisola, The Chanteuse from Ondo Town

There is the coming-of-age album and there is the coming-to-stay album. Usually, there is...

Tuesday Poem by Joel Benjamin Ntwatwa

They Will Carry Me One day They’ll take me away, Away, On a rainy...

Tuesday Poem by Tonney Ibe

RELEASE Maybe our scars are different, But we have both bled: The inmost dwelling...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

Tonight, you found my ire where I carefully hid it; You forced the hands...