Music, is a combination of sounds that are pleasing to the ear, or so I was taught way back in the elementary/primary school. Add words to these sounds and it becomes a powerful message strong enough to captivate the minds of the listeners and ride like horses on our emotions.
Hello beautiful people, did you miss the 3rd edition of the Market Place Pop Up organized by The Market Place NG? Don’t worry, as usual we have anticipated your needs and written a highlight of the event just for you.
Many thanks to our partner, Trade Nigeria, for the amazing pictures from the event. Come on, let’s relive the amazing day filled with fun…
Timi Dakolo is a Nigerian singer born to a Nigerian father and a Ghanaian mother. He won in the first season of Idols West Africa in 2007. Timi Dakolo is blessed with powerful vocals, and has a world class stage performance. Timi Dakolo’s rich choice of words, depth of lyrics has made him stand out among his contemporaries.
Timi Dakolo is a Nigerian singer born to a Nigerian father and a Ghanaian mother. He won in the first season of Idols West Africa in 2007. Timi Dakolo is blessed with powerful vocals, and has a world class stage performance. Timi Dakolo’s rich choice of words, depth of lyrics has made him stand out among his contemporaries.(more…)
For all those who know Folarin aka Falz the Bahd Guy, I’m sure you must agree with me at his level of humility and humor. I met Falz a couple of years ago through one his awesome sisters, Foladele Falana. Falz is the son of the popular respected lawyer Femi Falana. He is a Barrister with a strong passion for music and entertainment. He is an upcoming artist, who is very loved by today’s youths. I was so interested to hear his story, so I thought to share with you on the digest.
The first installment in our Great Grooves series, Gahu (Gah-HOO) is a recreational style of music of the Ewe (EH-way) people of Ghana, Togo, and Benin. Because Gahu belongs to a folk tradition, different renditions and interpretations abound, not merely between neighbouring countries and regions, but even neighbouring villages.
I’m an American and I love the United States of America. I’m proud of where I was born and raised. But this post isn’t going to be about that. I’ve been fortunate enough to travel to many places throughout the world. I have fond memories of so many people I’ve met and so many instances I’ve been a part of.
Nigeria isn’t just a place I’ve traveled to. This has become a home away from home to me. I lived there off and on for many years and it is a Country that I not only care about, but a place where I want to see it’s potential reached. And I have committed myself to being a part of that solution in the years to come. (more…)