For our 5th episode, we had that “oh so necessary” legal talk with Nigerian-based entertainment lawyer, Akinyemi Ayinoluwa .
Akin talked to us about prevalent issues in the Nigerian music industry, strategies for music creatives not to get ripped off in 2018, and trends to look out for in 2018.
Our 4th episode is with Steve Babaeko, CEO of X3M Music.
Our conversation with Steve focused on his role as the CEO of X3M Music, his journey into the music business, and his advice for successful artiste and brand partnerships.
We also delve into the importance of contract partnerships and what he looks for in artistes that he chooses to sign.
Terfa Tilley-Gyado is the Director of Communications for Temple Management Company, a global full-service talent and events management agency headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria.
He spoke about his work as Temple’s Director of Communications, how Temple aims to change the talent, sports, and events management narrative in Nigeria/Africa, and more.
Our 2nd episode is with the legend himself DJ Jimmy Jatt!
We discuss his journey into hiphop and deejaying, his popular ‘Road Block’ street party leading to numerous talent discoveries, the importance of transitions, the genesis of the Jump Off, & more.
Kicking off season 2 is music producer and vocal instructor, Oscar Heman-Ackah.
Oscar discussed with us his foray into music production, collaborating with Darey, Simi, Adekunle Gold, music publishing, and more.