FRESHMAN CLASS

FRESHMAN CLASS Magazine

CRUSH YANK HAS GOT ‘NO LIES

Tell us about yourself? My name is Tobechukwu Muokwe. I’m a musical artiste and I go by the stage name Crush Yank. I’m from a family of three, born and…

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10 Q’S FOR T NOT

Who is T Not? My real name is Tunde Noah. I am an indigenous rapper born and brought up in Lagos, Nigeria. What genre of music do you do? I…

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AYANFE, THE BELOVED

Ayanfe, transliterated in Yoruba means “chosen to be loved.” Young, energetic, soulful, Ayanfe is true to his chosen name. He is beloved. If you don’t already love him, all it…

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“MY MUSIC IS AIMED AT EASING PAIN AND BRINGING LOVE TO WEARY SOULS.” -ATELA

ATELA BEGINS Francis Atela began singing at the early age of 14 in his church choir where he developed his skills in music, songwriting and entertainment. The Benue State-born singer’s…

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SARO6IX IS RARING TO GO

INTERVIEWED BY ADEOLA ILELABOYE   PHOTOGRAPHY: RAYO KASALI More than ever, young music artistes can dream of the stardom that always seem like a fairytale. No more are young people forced…

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YUNG BJ – THROUGH THE LENS

Can you tell us about yourself? My name is Bolaji Sekoni, popularly known as Yung B.J. My brand is Next Lense Films. I’m a cinematographer, a director, a video editor,…

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THE REINTRODUCTION OF FRESH PRINCE

Let us allow you to re-introdruce yourself. My name is ADEWALE DAMILOLA DAVID, aka “Fresh Prince Lomo”. I am an Afropop singer and rapper. In my music, I sometimes also…

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JUMABEE, GONG POP AND GOOD MUSIC

Play me Majek Fashek. Play me Baba Fela…  Jumabee pays homage to Africa’s music legends on his song, “good music.” The song which became a constant tune on airplay also…

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BEAMBO TAYLOR: THE NEW GIRL WITH THE FIRE

A common trait to gifted and focused up-and-comers in the music industry is a normally undocumented time stretch of underground work, trials-and-errors, near-rises-often-falls, repeated adjustment to plans, slowly clarified vision…

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