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Who Do I Make Music For?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A trend went about on twitter recently which had a lot of musicians asking the question, “Who do I make music for?” I thought it was a very smart question. So, I decided to do some research of my own. Thanks to my friends and listeners who...

The Cove

There's a big old house, In the heart of Isolo, Filled with all the things I love, The walls have ears, And memories, Filled with all the things I've done, I left it behind, To chase my dreams, And around the world I rove, In my heart I know, And will never forget, There is no...

Dwin’s Heavy Heart

It’s 2009 in a secondary shool in the backwoods of Epe, Lagos, there were two friends who loved music. Who spent prep writing songs and free time performing for imaginary crowds. That was Dwin and I. Even though he was a year behind me in school...

Bottoms Up

I lean my head against the wall, The green of the grass covered by fall, I would give anything to get to the other side, But I am not tall, I hear her voice calling to me, Singing… Softly… Whisperingly… Her father rushes to the window searching, But he doesn’t see me, He...

How 2016 Has Changed Music

When Kanye west released Yeezus, it was just too ahead of its time. People could not relate. 2016 was a pivotal year in music everybody’s sound has changed and the audience has a more open ear. Of course, The Life Of Pablo would do so well. Of...

Badejo’s Dog

Everybody in Oke Amu knows about the dog in Mr. Badejo’s compound. Most of the residents have tough dogs because Oke Amu is a tough town. And since the current wave of robberies began, the people had lost faith in the security that the neighborhood nightwatchmen...

Fine From Far & Far From Fine

How I wish you were the one, How I wish you never turned, Your hair was long and so your legs, And you had a great bum, When I thought I you should see my place, You were a butter-face, I really like your clothes, How I wish you never came close, A...

Not Having Change In Lagos Is A Sin

The Rule There is an unwritten rule in the buzzing metro-city of Lagos that is only found in the look the road side seller gives you when you offer her any denomination higher than 200 naira or in the dressing down that the bus conductor gives...