Hey guys, I decided to create a post with all AML Podcasts so far so good for your listening pleasure. I will keep updating it as we add new episodes. Check on it and learn a thing or two.
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AML 011: Spinlet’s CMO Mark Redguard on The future of Digital Music Distribution & Marketing in Africa
AML 010: US Visas for African Artists & Entertainers with Attorney Fatmata Barrie.
AML 009: Nigeria’s First Female Rapper WEIRD MC on Music Business, Women in Music & More.AML 008: The Business of Film with Rising-Star Filmmaker Temi Ojo (Exclusive: Award winning and rising-star Filmmaker Temi Ojo on how he left a successful engineering career he was passionate about to pursue a career in film. He also provides tips to indie filmmakers.)
AML 007: The Business of Concert Promotions with Cos Canino, UDR Radio. (Exclusive: Cos, a prominent music/concert promoter discusses the business of concert promotions, the challenges of promoting African artists in the USA, shares tips and best practices for the industry.) AML 006: The Business of Music with SKALES. (Exclusive: Ex-EME Artist turned OHK Label Executive SKALES on Breaking into the industry, signing and leaving EME, Social media controversy with Ex-girlfriend and launching his new label.) The Africa Music Law Show With Ms. Uduak Ep. 5: How Not to Gamble Your Career Away as An Artist. (Main Feature: Tiwa Savage’s Controversial ‘Wanted’ Video.) AML 004: ADAKU, The Next Big Star to Watch. (Exclusive: Rising US Based Nigerian Singer/Songwriter ADAKU, Engineer by day, Musician by night.) AML 003: What You Need to Know Before Going into Business with Family or Friends. (Main Feature: P-Square Family Feud | Solange v. Jay-z & Beyonce Family Feud) AML 002: Brand Consistency for Artists 101. (Main feature: Discussion on Tiwa Savage’s controversial style image on stage and the not so pretty wardrobe malfunction leaving nothing to the imagination.)
AML 001: NBA v. Donald Sterling. (Donald Sterling is forced to sell his NBA Team over Racist Comments. Does the punishment fit the crime?)
About the Host Ms. Uduak A self proclaimed “Certified Game Changer,” Ms. Uduak (Uduak Oduok) is recognized for her visionary and trailblazing work, especially on Africa’s emerging global fashion and entertainment markets. A journalist and avid blogger with a B.A. in Communications (Speech), she has interviewed some of the world’s most prominent names in the global fashion and entertainment industries including the late Alexander McQueen, Donna Karan, Vivienne Westwood, Suzy Menkes, Lubov Azria, Iman, Beverly Johnson, Naomi Campbell, Diddy, D’Banj, P-Square, Freshly Ground, Ozwald Boateng, Ralph Rucci, and Sabayasahci Mukherjee.
A regularly invited speaker, she has also spoken at diverse organizations including SXSW Inc., The Wharton School of Business, Al Jazeera, New York’s 99.5FM WBAI and 107.5FM WBLS, UC Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco Fashion Week, Clickable.com, Retail Camp Los Angeles, San Joaquin Delta College, SF MAMA, The Western Region National Black Law Students Association and California Lawyers for the Arts. Ms. Uduak also has a passion for entrepreneurship and is the founder of Ladybrille, a pioneer website where she has, for the past seven (7) years, celebrated and provided mentorship, visibility and resources to over 100 emerging women business owners to help grow their businesses to thriving successful businesses.
She is also the co-founder of EBITU LAW GROUP, P.C., a law firm in California, USA providing legal services to businesses and individuals including those in the fashion and entertainment sector. She has been quoted and has authored numerous published and syndicated articles in national and international magazines and newspapers. She is a 2014 nominee for the Archbishop Tutu Fellowship Programme, a 2012 NEA Awards nominee for ‘Media Personality of the Year,’ and a 2010 nominee of South Africa’s AFI Fashion Awards for her “Outstanding Contribution to Fashion Communications,” among numerous recognitions. Ms. Uduak has been published nationally and internationally as a contributing author in two books. She has also authored two new books, one on music law and the other on fashion law, and is currently in the editing phases of those books.
- AML 150: Mental Health & Substance Abuse in the Afrobeats Music Industry
- AML 149: Intellectual Property, Race and Unjust Music Contracts with Prof. Kevin J. Greene
- AML 148: The Business of Music in Ethiopia with Negus Alemu & Leyla Konjo
- AML 147: Meet Temi Adeniji, MD Warner Music South Africa & SVP, Strategy, Sub-Saharan Africa
- AML 146: Women in “Afrobeats” Music – Eva Alordiah, Weird MC, Joy Tongo