Music: Jarmeu ‘E No Easy’

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Cosign on this hot new artist Jarmeu. I am sold and that’s all I have to say.The rest is from his PR camp. [audio:https://www.africamusiclaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Jarmeu_-_E_NO_EASY.mp3|titles=Jarmeu_-_E_NO_EASY] “Jarmeu is an artist living and working in Lagos City. As a teenager, he ventured into music in an age where common-play and generic rhythms are the order of the day, and this forced him to …

Music: Twin Affairs ‘Farabale’

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Show Dem Camp (SDC) sang ‘Farabale’ which I totally dig but there is no monopoly over the song title neither is there a copyright violation, by virtue of another artist coming up with a song with the same title, at least not from my reading of Nigeria’s copyright laws. One could argue that “Farabale” is a Yoruba word and as …

Music: Who Daaaaaat?! Afeez ‘Lagos Rocks’

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“Who Diiiiiiiiis?” “Who daaaaaaaat?” or some variation is usually what I ask when I hear an artist that captures attention. Totally feeling Afeez. I like his laid back flow, plus I am sucker for the Yoruba language. So, hip-hop in Yoruba that sounds good, I am sold. There is still much room for improvement but totally “digging the kid.” Check …

Music: Duncan Daniels, ‘Can’t Stop’

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Duncan Daniels is one artist whose hustle I appreciate and have supported on my media platforms but, on a personal basis, his sound is not one you would find me rocking to on a weekend, that is until now. With ‘Can’t stop’ I see such growth and improvement and his own clear voice. I think this sound is more authentically …

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Promoter Sues P-Square for 3.633 Million Naira Over No Show at Concert #Breach of Contract

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Unlike intellectual property laws that are and remain a relatively new area of the law in Nigeria, commercial and contract law is well established in the country. Nigeria engages in a lot of import and exports with government agencies, Nigerian and international corporations. Through these business transactions, many disputes have arisen, over time, and it has allowed legal practitioners and …