Nigerian Music Industry is challenging - Yungace | Popsicles
Sokan Oreoluwa Samuel popularly known as YungACE on Popsicles this week talks about his career and how challenging the Nigerian music industry is. YungACE is no doubt one of the finest and promising artiste in the Nigerian Music Industry.
Elderly woman finds solace in music amidst destruction
A day after a deadly blast ripped through Beirut, a video of 78-years-old May Melki went viral, showing her playing the piano after returning to her damaged home. AFP met her and asked what inspired her to play music amidst destruction.
Son of Billionaire entangled with MBGN ex-finalist in BBNaija House, Emmy to be held online and more
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Rapping for Social Justice
Many people think rap music is only made by gangsters and criminals. Kenyan rapper Madigolo wants to change this perception. The young artist believes her music helps empower women.
The sakawa boys
Sakawa is a Ghanaian term for illegal practices which combine modern Internet-based fraud ... Scammers involved in this practice call themselves Sakawa boys.
Film show: Cinemas reopen in France
Two world wars couldn't close French cinemas but after 125 years in operation, every movie theatre in France closed its doors on March 14 because of Covid-19. Three months later, cinemas are reopening. Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the movies on offer and what it means for film lovers and the film industry.
Writer Nick Hornby: 'The struggles of women are often more compelling than those of men'
Nick Hornby, the Academy Award-nominated writer of "About a Boy", "High Fidelity" and "Fever Pitch", talks to Eve Jackson about his book "State of the Union: A Marriage in Ten Parts" that's being translated into French, writing about women and why in 2020 Zoë Kravitz was the right choice to play the male protagonist of his cult classic "High Fidelity" in the TV series.
Music show: Powerful solo debut from Savages frontwoman Jehnny Beth
Camille Berthomier, better known by her stage name Jehnny Beth, has made a name for herself leading the critically acclaimed, all-female British punk band Savages and now she's going solo. Her powerful debut album "To Love Is to Live" was released on June 12. FRANCE 24's Florence Villeminot checked in with her to talk about the record, which features raw honesty and chaotic sounds. Also, we look at new releases from American folk hero Bob Dylan, plus John Legend and Nicki Minaj.