AML 106: (Exclusive) Interview with Chude Jideonwo, Founder Joy Inc., Pt. 1

Chude Jideonwo is the founder of Joy, Inc. (joyinc.xyz), an American benefit corporation with a Nigerian subsidiary, which mainstreams the research and science on human flourishing and positive emotions to transform the culture and build a new generation focused on the greatest happiness for the greatest many. All of Joy, Inc.’s profits are invested in charities. …

AML 102: (Exclusive) Interview with Michael LeStat, President & CEO LeStat Media & Entertainment

Michael LeStat, President & CEO of LeStat Media and Entertainment, is the special guest on the 102nd episode of The Africa Music Law Show (AML) with Ms. Uduak. Prior to launching LeStat, Michael worked as the marketing director for R-Wells Media and Advertising Co. Ltd. in Lagos, Nigeria, handling all aspects of television series production, …

AML096: (Exclusive) Interview with Toni Payne (Pt. 2): 9ice, Ayeni Adekunle, being a target for six years of public shaming over fake news & more

We conclude our two-part interview series with publicist and entrepreneur Toni Payne on the 96th episode of The Africa Music Law Show with Ms. Uduak. In this episode, Payne shares how 9ice and BHM publicist/Netng.net founder Ayeni Adekunle’s alleged actions and inactions, made her the target of hate and vitriolic attacks from the public for six …

AML 095: (Exclusive) Interview with Toni Payne, Publicist & Entrepreneur (Pt. 1)

Publicist and entrepreneur Toni Payne is a guest on the 95th episode of The Africa Music Law Show with Ms. Uduak to talk entertainment business, her career trajectory, the highs and lows of discovering and managing 9ice and much more. This is a two-part interview series. Part two will be published next week Monday, April 24, …

AML 094: (Exclusive) Interview with D-Black, hip-hop artist & business mogul on the business of music in Ghana

Born in Accra, Ghana to a father who was a businessman and a mother who was a public servant, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore aka D-Black, nevertheless, grew up in a single-parent home. Growing up, his mother disapproved of hip-hop music in the home. Nevertheless, D-Black found a way to gain access to it through his elder …