Africa Music Law™

AFRICA MUSIC LAW™ (AML) is a pioneering music business and entertainment law website and podcast show empowering the African artist and Africa's rapidly evolving entertainment industry through brilliant music business and entertainment law commentary and analysis, industry news, and exclusive interviews.

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Credited for several firsts in the fashion and entertainment industry, Uduak Oduok (Ms. Uduak) is a fashion and entertainment lawyer, speaker, visionary, gamechanger, trailblazer, and recognized thought leader, for her work on Africa’s emerging global fashion and entertainment markets, and the niche practice of fashion law in the United States. She is also the founder of ‘Africa Music Law,’ an industry go-to music business and law blog and podcast show empowering African artists. Her work in the creative and legal industries has earned her numerous awards and recognitions, including an award from the American University Washington College of Law for her “legal impact in the field of intellectual property in Africa." She has also taught as an Adjunct Professor at several institutions in the United States. For more information, visit her at

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  1. Winston Balagare says:

    Iyanya has always annoyed me, with his arrogant ways. But after watching this video, I’m disgusted by him. From the wearing of the sunshades indoors, to the general posturing in front of the camera, I’m just so over him and his “record label”.

    He hasn’t had a hit record in 3 years, yet he sits there like the king of some invisible jungle, by whose presence we should be honored. Stop lying to yourself, Iyanya. Nobody plays that Kukere song anymore. Next stop for you–South African TV.

    1. Winston Balagare says:

      If you know me, you know I’m hard on artists, but fair. So let me just say that Iyanya actually had a hit record on his last album called “Macoma” that featured Efya and Sarkodie. However, his laptop-label made no attempt to push this record or even shoot a video for it. That was a terrible business decision, because that song could have gone through the roof and tore the clubs up. Maybe it’s not too late for “Macoma” to do big things–Mr. Eazi released “Skin Tight” in summer of 2014, and it took almost 1 year for people to catch on.

      1. Winston Balagare says:

        I meant “summer of 2015”.

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