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13 Feb
There was a time Joe Boy was just another average Nigerian struggling to make ends meet. Things were tough, tough enough that there were times he owed school fees. But life does have a way of influencing the change we want to see. It is this experience that has made him decide to also want to give back to humanity via music and other projects. Book your copy of tomorrow’s issue of The Guardian Life Magazine, an insert of The Guardian Nigeria as we delve into the beauty of his humanity, his recently released debut album “Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic” and more.
11 Dec 2020
Here is a glance at our #GuardianArts&Culture of the week, a Nigerian singer and songwriter, Fireboy DML.⁣⁣

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