What does it mean to be a man? Surely, it’s not one thing. It’s a series of little moments that add up. “Man Like” is a weekly Zikoko series documenting these moments to see how it adds up. It’s a series for men by men, talking about men’s issues. We try to understand what it […]
If you don’t know Burna Boy dropped an album this week, or you’ve not even listened to it, just come out of the rock you’ve been hiding under – we promise not to touch you, an ancient Rock of Ages. Meanwhile, there were literally a million reactions to the album on social media the midnight […]
These non-Nigerian hits dominated our airwaves.
“A Week In The Life” is a weekly Zikoko series that explores the working-class struggles of Nigerians. It captures the very spirit of what it means to hustle in Nigeria and puts you in the shoes of the subject for a week. The subject of today’s A Week In The Life is Blaq Bonez. A […]
Today, we’re here to test how much attention you’ve been paying to some of the biggest Nigerian hits we’ve had in the past couple of years. So, we’ve gathered 18 huge songs to see if you can complete the lyrics we left out. Give it a shot:
1) Oleku. I am about to explode. 2) Mr Endowed. I am the kind of brother that your boyfriend wants to be. 3) One Naira. Hey princess I am so into you. Feeeels. 4) Ten over Ten. Things are not definitely not the same. Shikena. 5) Lori Le. If you know, you know. Especially that […]
With the reported cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria rising, it’s time for us to play our parts in preventing further spread. So, we’ve curated 10 Nigerian songs that should help you remember just how serious this entire ordeal is. 1. Asa’s “Fire On The Mountain” Even though this song is over a decade old, it […]
Knack you akpako!
Stars like Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage and Davido have been doing it for years, but do you have what it takes to orchestrate an afropop hit? Well, all you have to do is pick your artists, producer, co-writer and video director, and we’ll let you know if your song flops or not. Go ahead:
Your first taste in music and your overall music experience while growing up was probably defined and influenced by your parents’ taste in music. My parents had a huge catalogue of Yoruba music in their rich and different variations; mostly Sakara, Apala, Fuji, and Juju. I mean, an entire section of my dad’s catalogue of […]
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I hate that I have to go to Youtube to listen to Wande Coal’s “Mushin 2 Mo’Hits”
Gold. Just Gold.
He who has no claps should not attempt a clapback.
Dencia, what is you wearing, baby?
Iyanya’s glow up is a prayer point.
The forerunners of music in Nigeria.
He can’t eat rice with fork.
10 lit songs from a decade ago.
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