Kendrick Lamar shines on the chart this week, debuting with his new single 'Humble.'
‘MBOZI ZA MALWA’ is luganda for conversations that usually take place when friends are having a drink at their local joint.
For the second week in a row, Sarkodie’s Painkiller featuring Runtown remains the no.1
The widespread popularity of juju music can be attributed to the duo of King Sunny Ade and Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey. Now both in their 70s, these two dynamic musicians have aged rather gracefully and have continued to champion the course of a genre of music which they charted as young men.
Davido remains the undisputed king of the Nigerian Top 10 as his hit-banger, If, continues to rock on at no.1.
Kiss Daniel seemingly is the next star to join in nasty record label disputes with his record label, G-Worldwide Entertainment. See how other stars are faring
Ikon X’s 'Mama Africa' still struggles to maintain a spot on the chart as it drops AGAIN to no.10
Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You' continues to win the hearts of fans as it maintains the number 1 spot.
Wizkid is on his way to becoming a legend!
The video was shot in Lagos, Nigeria by AdamsGud and stars Nollywood Act Lota Chukwu and Musician Minjin.
The singer explains why he refuses to collaborate with any Nigerian artiste.
After a sold-out concept dubbed ‘the best concert of 2016’ by many music critics, media houses and fans of good music, Asa returns with ‘Asa Live in Lagos Encore’
Snoop Dogg who already has been crowned a legend, has inducted his friend, making Tupac Shakur the first solo rapper to be inducted into the prestigious hall of fame.
Sarkodie’s Painkiller featuring Runtown maintains the no.1 spot
KSA’s vision of Juju music was similar to Fela’s vision for Afrobeat: to make vibrant, sonically robust music that is remarkably African and reminiscent of Classical music.
While the video falls nothing short of being stellar, fans wonder why Drake is missing in it.
Zoro has teamed up with the favourite 'bahd' guy, Falz on his latest single, 'Buy the Bar'.
Phyno’s 'Financial woman,' P-Square's 'Away', Ycee's 'Link Up' get the hard boot.
The reign of Cobhams Asuquo's Empty on the alternative Nigerian chart sadly comes to an end this week.
Funke and JJC have shown faith in these young, upcoming stars by bringing them to the spotlight at the same time, and we are super happy for them.