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The allure of being Wande Coal
Interview
The allure of being Wande Coal

Wande Coal runs PAM through his multi decade-long career, from Mushin to Mohits, his lasting influence on Nigerian pop’s newest stars, and his highly anticipated album.

The best Nigerian songs of 2021
List / Guide
The best Nigerian songs of 2021

This year Nigerian music broke records, filled stadiums, and created household names around the world.

Best Nigerian Afro-EDM
List / Guide
Best Nigerian Afro‑EDM

Modern Nigerian music is much more than Afrobeats, and the market’s continued boom has made space for DJs and producers who lean into the foreign influence of EDM and electronic music to create a wholly original Nigerian EDM scene. 

The best Nigerian trap of 2021
List / Guide
The best Nigerian trap of 2021

From Atlanta to Abuja, Nigeria has become a homestead for powerful trap music that clashes with the smoothed out mainstream the country is famous for.

The best Nigerian songs of 2021 so far (3rd quarter)
List / Guide
The best Nigerian songs of 2021 so far (3rd quarter)

Here is the latest Naija music of the third quarter of 2021.

Adekunle Gold is having the time of his life
Interview
Adekunle Gold is having the time of his life

From his come-up with “Sade” to his pop era transition into the mainstream, Adekunle Gold has now made a name for himself as a top tier artist in Nigeria. We spoke to Adekunle about switching up his style, growing as a person, fatherhood, and his most recent music.

Ruger is switching things up
Interview
Ruger is switching things up

Ruger, the extravagant head of Nigeria’s new school talent talks about his social media come up, Afro Dancehall sound, and working with the prophetic D’Prince on his latest EP Pandemic.

Bella Shmurda is ready for bigger things
Feature
Bella Shmurda is ready for bigger things

The young Nigerian superstar breaks down his path from his education at Lagos State University to the slew of hit singles working up to his debut album, High Tension 2.0.