Tag: Peter Talker

  • COBHAMS ASUQUO – The Nigerian Musical Mutant!

    With a catalog of creative musical content for top-notch Nigerian artistes like D’Banj, Banky W, Tjan, Yemi Alade, WAJE, and host of others, Cobhams Asuquo is for sure establishing his personal brand as the Nigerian Musical Mutant. Music has a very powerful effect on human existence, it has the power to bring to life, dead […]


    Musical instruments are powers that instrumentalists and musicians use to create life to music for every individual to enjoy. Music is not whole without instruments being played by professionals, these guys with their creative minds bring out melodies that body and soul needs for existence. The songs we listen to day-in-day-out might be a computer-based […]

  • Top 10 Nigerian RnB Music Artistes [King of R&B Music in Nigeria]

    When you conduct a search on RNB artistes in Nigeria, search engines mostly return Afro Pop artistes who have had little or no impact in the R&B genre. So, in this article, I will be taking you through a list of the top 10 Nigerian RNB music artistes who have had a big impact on […]

  • The “Art of REMINISCE” – A Day Into The Life of Legendary ALAGA IBILE

    In this episode of Peter Talker’s diary, let’s go on a field trip into the life of one of the Legends of Hip Hop Rap Culture in Nigeria, Reminisce Alaga Ibile! Rap is a genre of music that involves the full use of poetry. Rap can be defined as RHYTHM and POETRY; no doubt this […]

  • DAGRIN – The Rap Deity of Yoruba Hip-hop, Rest On Legend!

    The Yoruba Language is a beautiful language to speak and the speakers of this language ruled every aspect of life. Yorubas were politicians, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, actors, doctors, musicians, and lots more. They ruled the music aspect very well that their songs send much good musical content to the likes of King Sunny Ade, Chief Ebenezer […]

  • Our Musical Content Is Dead!!!

    The entertainment columnist of Sofo.ng, Peter Talker has voiced out after years of keeping mute over the state of Nigerian Musical content creation and distribution. He said in a state, “Our musical content is dead, we just don’t want to believe this fact. The earlier we realize this, the better we can go back to creating great musical content that will minister to the next generation. – Peter Talker said on Sofo.ng