One World Band, the elitist band from Nigeria's Afrofunk music era – Music in my ears: The Nigerian music history stories
- One World Band, the elitist band from Nigeria's Afrofunk music era
- The Headies and Timeless Album by Breeze
- The Strangers of Owerri were really no strangers in Nigerian music history
- Introducing Gabriel 'Breeze' Ashibi and my credentials in Nigerian music history
- Presenting the story of The Doves Band
Timeless by Gabriel Ashibi: The full album.
The album Timeless by Gabriel Ashibi has been released in digital stores worldwide and on Ethnikhouse Entertainment Label. It is quite an interesting work because the recording was done about 15 years ago but could not be released for several reasons including the loss of some of the files until recently and other technical reasons.…More
My thoughts on Nigerian artistes shifting to Amapiano sub-genre.
In recent years Nigerian music artistes have started moving into the Amapiano sub-genre. Amapiano is basically an upgrade on Kwaito with a fusion of South African house music, jazz and some other sound. My personal opinion is that moving massively or wholesale into Amapiano may lead to our losing our musical identity and the magic…More
The Strangers of Owerri were not really Strangers in Nigerian music history
Joseph Asikpo the anchor and curator of MusicInMyEars Podcast is a pharmacist and music history writer.
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