Editorials

Articles centered about the Nigerian music pop culture & trends

MI Abaga just announced that he'll be dropping Illegal Music 3 this month, as well as another tape, Young Denzel. We decided that this will be a good time to reflect on the best songs MI Abaga has blessed us with. But in all honestly, selecting just 17, and finding...
Without a doubt a living legend. Eldee The Don who has been relevant in the music industry for more than a decade is honored by SoundHiveNaija. Read the Tribute Below.... Lanre Dabiri, (born May 23, 1977) better known as eLDee, is a Nigerian-American rapper, vocalist, music producer and architect....
New kid in the bloc, Seun Omojola popularly know as Vilara, who debuted in the music industry in 2012 comes correct in the visuals to her debut single 'Mofe Ba E Lo'. The video which was directed by Akpor Gbemre and styled by Pimp collections was shot in parts of...
For every big artist in Nigeria there are possibly a million other unknown aspiring Nigerian musicians. From the thousands of students in different universities both in Nigeria and abroad trying to either be like Kiss Daniel or Davido to the upcoming guys in different ghettos trying also to break...
There is no mincing words that music of Nigerian origin has come a long way. Suddenly the wider world is opening up to Afrobeats, our music penetration keeps pushing boundaries. It is not a new sight anymore to see Nigerian music stars grace international stages to perform, the barriers...
Disc Jockeying is a male dominated craft, nonetheless, a lot of top female DJ's are out there holding their own and one of such is Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, widely known as DJ Cuppy. The daughter of Nigerian business Femi Otedola has been active from 2014 as a disc jockey. She...
  Interesting article "My Wandering Penis" by Charly Boy as he opened up about his lifestyle from the age of 10 in the piece. Read below and share your thoughts. Some say that I am gay; some have called me a fag, crazily some think am a transvestite. Some will swear I’m...

Dark Sleep!!!

If Life is for rent, we wouldn’t need to price because we know nothing that we have is truly ours. These are the lines of a famous poet who understood the times and dime of a man. Black Sunday was a day never to be forgotten by all. It...
We're in the middle of 2014, and with the tons and tons of music and artists out these days I've decided to sift out 5 of the rising stars that you should get to know before it's too late. These are the artists that you might not know 100%...
Shoki, right now, is the most popular dance move in Nigeria, and it's no wonder it's become pretty hot on the campaign trail too. Some politicians have taken it upon themselves to display their dance moves during campaign rallies.
So just like last week, we're continuing with our celebrity throwback thursdays with your favorite celebrities. This week we touched base with rapper Eva Alordiah & she told us her favorite toys from back in the days. You'd be kinda surprised what she did say. Here goes. 1. Table Soccer No not...
*SIGH* The kind of conversations that come up on twitter sometimes. LOL. So yesterday evening on twitter, the conversation came up on whether or not a woman would marry a man who made N50,000/month. Some of the tweets I saw yesterday were super interesting from those that said "they can...

A “Love” Letter

Hey you. Yes, you. I hear you've been looking for me. I know you thought you had me before. But it wasn't me. Then you swore to never want me again. Why did you blame me for the pain I did not cause? Why am I being struck down...
don jazzy best 25 beats
Michael Collins aka Don Jazzy is probably the best producer Nigeria has seen over the past 2 decades. Since he broke on to the scene back in 2004 he has not looked back at all producing hits after hits, setting up one of the biggest labels in Africa, and...
The dream of every up-and-coming artiste is to seize being just a prospect to actually becoming a superstar in reality. The idea of blowing up has always been the grandest fantasy fueling the passion of these music prospects, but then the dream is always a long shot...
Bubbles Magazine returns to its roots this month with dancehall/raga artiste Oritsefemi. The Ajegunle born crooner has had a smashing return to the streets after a hiatus. Coming out with his Mercies of the Lord debut in 2006, he gave voice to the emerging dancehall genre that was spreading...

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