R’n’B-Singer-Turned-Urban-Gospel-Minister Obiora Obiwon joins Ms. Uduak on the 49th episode of The Africa Music Law Show, for an engaging discussion on the Business of Gospel Music in Nigeria. He sheds light on how the industry actually works, the peculiar challenges gospel musicians face in Nigeria and much more. The podcast episode is entertaining, informative and a must listen! Listen and share.
Inside this Episode:
Should hip-hop artists in the Christian community refuse to identify as “Christian rappers?”
Is there a place for trap music in the Christian community?
What is the impact of artists like Michelle Williams Appropriating African Culture in songs like ‘Say Yes’?
Should Pastors such as Chris Oyakhilome step down when they divorce?
How Obiora Obiwon broke into the music industry.
How Obiora Obiwon went from being a pop artist to a gospel artist.
How the gospel music industry, as a business, actually works in Nigeria.
The unique challenges gospel artists face and how they get paid in Nigeria.
How music distribution works for gospel artists.
About the Africa Music Law Show
The Africa Music Law show is the premiere music business and entertainment law show empowering the African artist, and the creative industry at large. The show made iTunes Top 4 in its ‘New & Noteworthy’ category in 2014. Countries represented are Nigeria (26%), USA (23%), UK (15%), UAE (7%), and Other (29%).