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AML 149: Intellectual Property, Race and Unjust Music Contracts with Prof. Kevin J. Greene

Professor Kevin J. Greene joins Ms. Uduak, Fashion and Entertainment Lawyer and host of The Africa Music Law Show, on the 149th episode to discuss intellectual property, race, and inequitable (unfair/unjust) music contracts in the music business. ABOUT PROF. KEVIN J. GREENE A graduate of the Yale Law School and a U.S Marine veteran, Professor …

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AML 148: The Business of Music in Ethiopia with Negus Alemu & Leyla Konjo

Ms. Uduak, the host of The Africa Music Law Show, is joined by her esteemed guests: Negus Alemu and Leyla Konjo for a discussion on the business of music in Ethiopia. Negus is the Founder and CEO of Royal Festival, Negus Way, and Negus Entertainment and has produced events in the Caribbean and across the …

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AML 147: Meet Temi Adeniji, MD Warner Music South Africa & SVP, Strategy, Sub-Saharan Africa

Music Executive and Lawyer Temi Adeniji is a guest on the 147th episode of The Africa Music Law Show with host Ms. Uduak. Temi Adeniji has been appointed to the combined role of Managing Director of Warner Music South Africa and SVP, Strategy, Sub-Saharan Africa. Adeniji will assume this position in September, reporting to Alfonso …

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AML 146: Women in “Afrobeats” Music – Eva Alordiah, Weird MC, Joy Tongo

Joy Tongo (U.S Manager and Booking Agent representing Yemi Alade and Rude Boy), and Nigerian hip-hop artists Eva Alordiah and Weird Mc; join Africa Music Law Show host, Ms. Uduak, on the 146th episode to discuss “Women in “Afrobeats” Music.” The panelists address the state of women in the “Afrobeats” music genre, challenges that prevent women …

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AML 145: Burna Boy, Wizkid Grammy Wins & What it Means for Africa’s Music Industry

Africa’s Music Industry heavyweights from across the continent gather for this informative roundtable to discuss Burna Boy and Wizkid’s recent Grammy wins, western major labels’ continued expansion into the continent, global licensing deals, and what it all means for Africa’s music industry, among other topics. They are also joined by a few “Afrobeats” music fans. …