AML 012: Eva Alordiah on How to Succeed in the Music Industry

How Do You Succeed as an Artist in the Music Industry?

Nigerian award winning rapper, music and beauty entrepreneur Eva Alordiah shares her journey and personal experience to help artists who are serious about succeeding in the music business.

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

    • How Eva Broke into the music industry.
    • How she got radio airplay.
    • Her first nationwide tour with the Pepsi Sponsored Lynxxx and Syndicate Records Tour.
    • Her relationship and split with Trybe Records & eLDee.
    • Her relationship and split with Micworx.
    • Her dealing with the press and issue with Celebrity Blogger Linda Ikeji.
    • Her latest music video ‘Deaf,’ the production of the video and controversy.
    • Her fashion/beauty business.
    • Tips for artists and artist-entrepreneurs.
    • Tips and vision for women in entertainment.

AML 011: Spinlet CMO Mark Redguard on The Future of Digital Music Distribution & Marketing in Africa

What Does the Future of Digital Music Distribution & Marketing Look Like in Africa? Mark Redguard, an American Entertainment Lawyer turned Chief Marketing Officer of Spinlet, Africa’s Foremost Digital Music Distribution Company, and Chief Executive Officer of 960 Music Group, discusses the past, present and future of digital music distribution and music marketing in Africa …

AML 010: US Visas for African Artists and Entertainers with Attorney Fatmata Barrie

First, A VERY WARM WELCOME to friends, family, and well wishers of Attorney Fatmata Barrie who is our special guest for this episode.

Second, for my AML fans/readers/listeners, I am “dulling” o. My apologies for not having even more diverse mediums available to you all, especially those of you on ITunes. I do want to make it as easy as possible for you to listen whether during your morning commutes, walking your dogs or what have you. It is just taking a little longer to have iTunes delete the old feed since I got it wrong and publish the new one, among other things. Bear with me. In the meantime, I moved forward with a definitive media hosting choice. Check it out and enjoy the episode.

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Show Summary

In this episode, Uduak Oduok, Fashion & Entertainment Lawyer and host of The Africa Music Law Show, speaks with Immigration Attorney Fatmata Barrie (of Sierra Leone descent) on US Visas for African artists and entertainers.

Discussions center on US visas for African artists and entertainers. Other discussions include the green card lottery, green car fraud marriages, deportation proceedings for African juveniles caught in the criminal justice system and special education issues in the African community.

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Credit: Written, Produced & Edited by Uduak Oduok, Esq.

AML Theme Song 1 ‘Delight’: Nigerian-American Producer Kid Konnect
AML Theme Song 2 ‘Africans Modern Mix’: American Producer John Keller
Special Guest: Attorney Fatmata Barrie, Immigration and Special Education Attorney

Show Notes

  • Intro
  • Host Intro
  • Special Guest Intro
  • Special Guest Interview.

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AML 008: The Business of Film with Rising-Star Filmmaker Temi Ojo

Show Summary: In this episode, Fashion & Entertainment Lawyer and host of the Africa Music Law Show Ms. Uduak Oduok speaks to rising-star filmmaker Temi Ojo. Temi Ojo is a Nigerian-American engineer turned filmmaker and the brain behind the award winning short film Renouncing Angelica. Temi discusses the business of film, why he left a …