Dami Ajayi is the author of three volumes of poems including “Affection & Other Accidents”, his latest. He has written extensively about West African music from post WWII till date. He serves as music critic-at-large at The Lagos Review, which he co-founded, and regularly contributes to The Africa Report.
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Nightlife disappeared during military dictatorship, with music collectives singing on radio and a cheap imitation of American raps. Currently, individual artists with prodigious talents have revived the music scene.
Lagos, Nigeria’s cultural capital has always been a cosmopolitan city. A place where music and culture are in constant collision.