South Sudanese musician uses song to educate on social media’s shortcomings

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Gift Friday

Through her songs, a South Sudanese musician from Gbudue State is educating youth and parents on the shortcomings of social media.

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Saheed Okunola Osupa: The unethical burden of Fuji music

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Amore David Olamide

 

Saheed Akorede Osupa, Ori kan fìlá mefa; is that man with the thunderous silver-tongue and a bighead egomaniac! He’s kindly censorious in his foulmouthed manner and perhaps, industrious as a melodic troubadour of indigenous songs.

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The P.U.Ps release their first album

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Musa Gift Masombuka

The P.U.Ps release their first album that has been on hold from 2015 due to some difficulties. The album is titled THE PROMISE and has been released 17 March 2017.

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Kings Of Our Prime – A song by XtaCy feat. Worlasi & Kwame X

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Kofi Acquah

Dreams hatched in the mind of a young soul are wishfully tagged a reality when pursued. In doing so, hard work is the key element. Time anyway must be valued, as XtaCy hooked it- “no time to waste…”

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Fela: The departed voice of consciousness who died in the siege of controversy

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti, popularly known as Fela Kuti, in his lifetime poked his fingers into the eyes of military personnel and politicians decrying the exploits and carnage orchestrated within the walls of our territory.

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Cameroonian Moken Nunga and his exploits in the music industry

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Joseph Besong

Music plays a very significant role in the lives of Africans. Many do music for fun and the love of it. Many talents are not discovered in the continent of Africa because of poverty and a lack of infrastructure. In Africa, many artists can’t afford a livelihood because of the inability to have access to sponsors. It’s always a delight to discover a talented artist anywhere in Africa.

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