“We Refuse to Accept that the Music Industry in Nigeria Must Subsidize the Broadcast Industry,” – TONY OKOROJI, Chairman of COSON

Chairman, Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON), Chief Tony Okoroji has said that the representatives of COSON in the on-going NBC/NCC/COSON/BON/IBAN Joint Committee will not sacrifice the interest of the music industry. Addressing members of the COSON management at a meeting during the week, Chief Okoroji said, “We understand the historic nature of the on-going negotiations. …

FULL TEXT: COSON’s Tony Okoroji, “2014 – A Year of Unprecedented Boom for the Nigerian Music Industry”

2013 was a watershed year for the music industry in Nigeria as we finally began a much needed and much postponed open conversation with the Nigerian broadcasting industry. Fierce as the engagement may have seemed, I believe that it was absolutely necessary and a lot of lessons have been learnt as a result. Both the …

Video: D’Banj says there Ain’t Nuthin’ Special about Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde’s Buttocks, so File!

D’Banj conducted a press conference with Ghana press while there for Ghana’s Vodafone concert. He is articulate, not chewing gum or licking candy and he takes on rumors including the whole thing about the ban on Oliver Twist, his song, as a result of alleged reference about Nollywood Actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde’s buttocks (butt). Basically, “file!” …

NBC Bans D’Banj-Don Jazzy “Big Yansh” Oliver Twist Song, Let’s Have a Debate About Use of the Word “Yansh”

Do you all know how much I was told that I was a very beautiful girl, growing up in Nigeria, but what I lacked was a “big yansh” and a “thick plump” figure  to be considered truly desired girl by boys and ultimately men? Don’t ask me why people even thought to say that to …