M.I. Abaga has finally explained why he put out the ‘You rappers should fix up your lives’ record as he reiterates that the South African rappers are ‘killing’ Nigerian rappers as he exclaims: Y’all getting killed by the south (African rappers).
Rapper, enterpreneur behind the ‘OG Experience’ and merchandizer Peter Clarke speaks candidly to Dro Ameh about the business and art of Merchandizing and how Nigerian artistes are yet to catch on to it. Listen to the teaser, Full podcast coming on iTunes, Stitcher and Tunein shortly.
DirtyHiphopHead Podcast, Episode 2 with Peter Clarke. For AfricanHiphop. for the Culture.
Listen to A-Q talk to Dro Ameh as well as annotates his #BlessedForever album, tell about tracks of the critically acclaimed album as well as gave his two cents on LooseTalk Giant debate that featured M.I. Abaga then goes on to answer the ‘Is Hiphop Dead?’ question. All on the new DirtyHiphop Head podcast.
While Nigerian has led with the Afrobeats genre, Hiphop has struggled with South African taking the lead even with being ‘disadvantaged’ in numbers. Even on the local landscape, the genre has surfaced as there’s not been a straight rap single dominating charts, radio et al.
So Dro Ameh asks long serving Nigerian rapper A-Q about his thought on state of Hiphop. The question was: Is Nigerian Hiphop dead? Listen to teaser of that chat with A-Q!
Producer, Str8Buttah hench man and revered tastemaker Teck-Zilla berths his brand new show – Teck-Zilla Playlist show which streams on #tvDRadio every weekend from Thursdays with another new episodes on Saturdays and repeats on Friday and Sunday!
Ghanaian Afro-beat Artist DXD in an Exclusive interview on his upcoming Ep Release. DXD delivers quite a pan-African project working with acts from Nigeria to Ghana and beyond. Check on the interview in this podcast series.