Olumati Isaiah

“We cannot Build an Industry all by ourselves” – Olumati Isaiah To Port Harcourt Music industry Stakeholders

Olumati Isaiah is a Port Harcourt based thought Leader, Strategist, entrepreneur, author and business coach, who has owned and operated on a few stable platforms including his main company,  Mirus Empire. In sustaining a social media trend he started a few years ago “#TalentedButStuck,” he has constantly displayed traits of hard work, determination in a […]


Lamili Engel: Dream Chasing – By Bura-Bari Nwilo

It is 2009. And a rainless evening at the Shell Residential Area, Port Harcourt, south of Nigeria. The Garden City, an oil hub, is home to incessant rainfall but today. It is holidays for the rain, perhaps. A small stage is set to have Lamili and her band perform varieties of songs – mainly western. […]



EMERGING ARTISTS MUST READ THIS. Article By Mazi Ifeanyichukwu First of all, i must say i was once a victim of a very bad record contract. This is a story for another day, but i want all of you who are interested in getting daily bread from being a performing artist to read. Record contracts […]


Some of the Worst Lyrics written by Nigerian artists.

Well, here we are, at the end of the road of lyrical idiocy. As our countdown to crappiness finally culminates, we’ve trained our eye on some of the greatest lyricists in Nigeria, who, during select moments, greatly disappointed us with their valueless verse. These lyrics are all bad on their own terms, but they’re made […]

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Where Are They Now? 5 Port Harcourt Artistes Who Fell Off

  The Port Harcourt music industry is unceasingly evolving and with that comes a revolving door ushering in artists and sometimes kicking them out. For many singers and rappers, one day you’re at the height of your career with chart-topping hits and then the next day, you could be remembered as a one-hit wonder. Considering […]

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PH artiststowatch

10 Port Harcourt Artists To Watch In 2016

The first quarter of the new year is a time to another fresh start. From wardrobe to music, it’s out with the old, in with the new. Of course there’s room on iPods and car stereos for veterans to mingle with newbies, but there’s a certain thrill when a good ear catches the sound of […]

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Ugochukwu & Omojuwa

Re: Nigerian Artists and International Collabos: What’s Next? By: @UgochukwuFM

Let me formally acknowledge Japheth J Omojuwa’s piece. It is an eye-opening one; as it aims to show the other side of music, which is what I call a piece to unravel music beyond music. With a questioning caption: “Nigerian Artists and International Collabos: What’s Next?” The purpose is to pull our hip-hop musicians in […]


Nigerian Artists and International Collabos: What’s Next? | By @Omojuwa

I might as well digress from the start. I ought not to be the one writing this because for starters, I am not an artist and I am definitely not an expert of the music industry or any industry for that matter. But someone has to say something and I’ve got the microphone now. We […]



8.0 BREATH-CONTROL Breath-control is a very profound subject that encompasses everything about singing starting from the production of speech sound. In other words, singing cannot be made possible in the absence of breath. It is the most essential part of singing, and its management determines one’s level of vocal delivery. Singing would be made easy […]



SINGERS’ EDGE WITH MAESTRO VIC #7. TIPS FOR HEALTHY VOICE MANAGEMENT (PART 2) We welcome you our fans and online protégés, who have been finding time to follow us on this crucial subject of discourse. It is our earnest desire that Singers’ Edge bring about the needed solution to all vocal and singing-related issues, in […]