There were two simultaneous occurrences involving Nigerian recording artist, songwriter and performer Wizkid these past few weeks. The first was a social issue with far reaching implications, one that I addressed on AML and happen to be very passionate about. See AML’s ‘About Us’ page. The second occurrence is Wizkid’s collaboration with Canadian artist Drake in the song ‘One Dance’ which also features UK artist Kyla Reid.
In this 76th podcast episode of ‘The Africa Music Law Show,’ I address this second occurrence and answer four questions: 1) what does it mean to be a featured artist?; 2) why would an artist from a different label agree to be a featured artist?; 3) how is a featured artist compensated?; and 4) finally what is the significance of Wizkid’s collaboration for Wizkid, artists in general and the Nigerian music business.
AML artists, grab your pens and papers. We are have having school today.
About The Africa Music Law Show with Ms. Uduak
Hosted by California based Fashion & Entertainment Lawyer Uduak Oduok (Ms. Uduak), The Africa Music Law show is a show empowering the African artist through brilliant music business and entertainment law commentary and analysis, industry news, and exclusive interviews. The show has been downloaded over 100,000 times and made iTunes top 4 ‘New & Noteworthy.’ Subscribers include Africa & hollywood’s power executives, investors, lawyers, artists and other industry stakeholders. The blog itself has been cited in a U.S. top-ranked law school’s ‘International Law Review’ journal. Country demographic: Nigeria (26%), USA (23%), UK (15%), UAE (7%), and Other (29%).
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