AML Interview: Chocolate City’s Audu Maikori is Lovenwords’ “September LOVELY Man”

I loved this interview on Chocolate City Group’s Audu Maikori. A refreshing perspective and I love how he speaks about his wife. I think you all might like it too. It is quite comprehensive and offers a fresh and unique side of Audu. Check on it folks. “When I sit and dream, I have a …

Music Law: Emerging issues in Nigerian Copyright Law – Impact of Digital Technology on the Music Industry, Revision of Copyright Act by Ese Oraka

I receive the invitations by Wale Ewedemi to attend his ‘Creative Sessions’ events which includes a variety of speakers from Nigeria’s Creative Industries. One of the last few ones I received announced a lineup which included Attorney and Consultant Ese Oraka. His topic was of particular interest to me. Since I was unable to attend …

Music Business: M.I Interviews with Hip on TV – “Omotola Came and Two Bouncers Said, Young Boy Move Out of the Way!”

I appreciate M.I for so many reasons. M.I was the first to give a shout-out on how my articles was one of the best things in 2010, I believe. Lexx of Amebor.com brought that to my attention. M.I was also one of the first subscribers on Africa Music Law. I appreciate his support, although it …

Industry News: COSON Selects Board Members – Banky W, Efe Omorogbe, Audu Maikori, Obi Asika, Adewale Ayuba Make the Cut

Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) charges ahead in helping shape the legal and business structure of Nigeria’s music industry, especially where it comes to royalty payments for artists. On May 8th, 2012, the organization elected new board members and officers. It is good to see familiar names with actual industry experience involved in the organization. …

Industry News: Audu Maikori’s Chocolate City Group Makes Top 10 Finalists for 2011 Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship

Congratulations to Audu Maikori, Yahaya Maikori and all the Chocolate City crew for making the cut as top 10 finalists for the 2011 Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship. 7 is my lucky number. So, 7 gbosas for all the hard work and hustle. No easy feat. Now let’s bring home the crown for the entertainment industry …