Igbo rap heavyweight, Phyno, has finally dropped what we have been expecting; hip-hop single. And this one is titled "Fuwa Sewa" something that will bang the head of every hip hop head that listens. "Fuwa Sewa" is a follow-up to his collaborations with his Yoruba counterpart, Olamide. Firstly they made "Onyeoma",
Phyno is one of Nigeria's hottest rappers and the only Igbo man that makes the "all time greatest" list. Since 2013, he's been consistent in the game, steadily representing the East. But that's not why we are here. A few youngings aren't happy with him. Some new names feel that
Last week, I highlighted reasons why Olamide is getting the love and adoration of the Nigerian youth music fans. This week, I will write another five reasons why Olamide is underrated. Being an A-List artiste and a record label CEO, there is every tendency for him to get over hyped. Grab a bottle
Hip hop in Nigeria has has evolved over the years just as it has everywhere else. We are no longer in the days of boom bap songs like "Cry" and "Ehen". Neither are we in the days of SWAT Roots and Remedies. Now breaking into the mainstream as a rapper should
This is a story of three kings with three microphones, each ruling over their own people in three different domains. Cassper Nyovest sold out the +60, 000 capacity FnB stadium in South Africa. Phyno took up the challenge and sold out the +50, 000 capacity Nnamdi Azikiwe stadium in his hometown.
YBNL Boss, Olamide Badoo stamps his authority as a hit maker by successfully dropping his 7th musical album titled Lagos Nawa. If laurels will not be given to him for reaching this milestone, then at least he should be recognized. In dropping a full 7th album, he has achieved something