Fireboy DML had a nimble rise to stardom and was well on his way to superstar status after the release of his albums, “Laughter, Tears and Goosebumps” and “APOLLO”. He is an agent of change, bridging the gap between Africa and the rest of the world through timeless music.
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.
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”.
‘We outside’ and Nigerian artists are making their way to the United States! AfroRave pioneer, Rema recently wrapped up his US tour and Wizkid and Omah Lay are set to touch down in September. Get your funds in order, we have shows to attend!
Ayüü is a Nigerian singer and songwriter based in Abuja, Nigeria. With sounds from R&B, Pop, Funk, Hip-Hop, and Afrobeats as well as musical influences like Burna Boy, Michael Jackson, and SZA, one can’t help but appreciate his artistic range and genre fusing genius. Read more as Ayüü takes a no filter approach in discussing his artistry, the music industry, Nigeria’s social and political climate, and his 2019 mixtape that was revealed to him in a dream titled, “Ayüüniverse.”
Nicholas Edem Coffie, known as Yung D3mz, is an emerging producer and artist from Tema, Ghana. His sound is vibrant with Jazz, Hip-Hop, and R&B influences melding together to form his unique Afro-Fusion sound. His duality as a producer and artist allows him to see things from varying perspectives, which translates through the songs he has produced for Ghanaian artists like Kwesi Arthur, Twitch 4EVA, and Kofi Mole—as well as his own music. In this candid interview, Yung D3mz details his journey as a charting producer, shares his take on Ghana’s musical influence, discusses recognizing his potential as a recording artist, and gives a breakdown of his debut EP, “Girls Like You.”