“Fire and Ice” is exactly what you get from an Ice Prince album.

  At the height of his career, Ice Prince was the hottest African artist in the world. His…

KULTURE PRO MAGAZINE “BI-WEEKLY EDITION”– APRIL 2024

  We are back! We are excited to announce that our new Hip-hop magazine will be available on…

TOP 13 DRILL ANTHEMS OF Q1 2024 [RAPKULTURE PICKS]

In case you were unaware, Nigerian hip-hop has returned. This is largely due to the frantic and upbeat…

KULTURE PRO MAGAZINE “SPECIAL EDITION”– MARCH 2024

It’s finally over! We are excited to announce that our new Hip-hop magazine will be available on newsstands…

Jiggy YB is a failed attempts to document the time we are in.  

Ladies and gentlemen, we are in treacherous times. Nigeria is in a mess economically, and there is no…

Does Mode 9 still deserve to be ranked among the top three (3) greatest Nigerian rappers of all time?

When you ask a Nigerian hip-hop fan the top three greatest Nigerian rappers of all time, the answer…

Gochi wants to shine his light on the world (EP review).

Nigerian hip-hop enthusiasts will be familiar with Gochi, the genius. He appeared on the 2018 edition of Hennessy…

“Forever or Never begins” is loaded with energetic and exciting moments that make for a memorable listen.

  When Odumodublvck broke into the mainstream in 2023, he came in as a breath of fresh air.…

WHY PSYCHOYP IS AT THE FOREFRONT OF NIGERIAN HIP-HOP’S RESURGENCE.

In 2019, Nigerian hip-hop began a slow but steady rise back to the top of the Nigerian mainstream.…

Rap groups in Nigerian hip-hop and the need for more.

Hip-hop, by its nature, has always been a collaborative art form. It’s why rap groups have been one…

PsychoYP and Jeriq are Nigerian hip-hop’s evil twins.

PsychoYP and Jeriq’s synergy has never been in doubt. Their previous collaborations (My country people, haffa and Trapping)…

5 female rappers you need to listen to(Pt 1)

The Nigerian hip-hop scene is a male-dominated space. Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of dope female…

5 producers that bossed the Nigerian Hip-hop scene in the 2000s.

It is an undeniable fact that the 2000s was the golden age of Nigerian Hip-hop. At the time,…

Ruggedman laid the blueprint for Nigerian hip-hop with Ruggedybaba.

This writer was a budding music nerd in 2020. Regardless of the genre or the release date, my…

Is beef what Nigerian Rap needs at the moment?(Editors opinion)

Anyone who closely follows the Nigerian underground rap scene on Twitter would notice that there’s been a number…