Nigerian entertainment lawyers Mustapha ‘Lumi’ Olumide, Fawehinmi ‘Foza’ Oyinkansola and Iredumare Ojengbede Opeyemi have collaborated to form Nigeria’s newest game changing media, technology and entertainment law firm called Legalbyte.
In the 41st episode of The Africa Music Law Show (AML), firm partners Foza and Lumi join AML host Ms. Uduak for a very engaging and insightful discussion on the business of music and entertainment law in Nigeria and establishing Legalbyte.
The duo discuss Jay-Z’s new streaming services called Tidal, parallel streaming services in Nigeria, American artists performing in Nigeria, security concerns for local artists touring African nations like Kenya in light of al-Shabab, Davido’s alleged dispute with a Kenyan concert promoter, brand endorsement deals, becoming entertainment lawyers, and their new firm.
The Africa Music Law show is the premiere music business and entertainment law show empowering the African artist, and the creative industry at large. The show made iTunes Top 4 in its ‘New & Noteworthy’ category in 2014. Countries represented are Nigeria (26%), USA (23%), UK (15%), UAE (7%), and Other (29%). This episode is a must listen, and must share.
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