There has been much havoc and confusion in the past years.Artists, authors, Musicians, Performers, singers, producers have denied their rights or essentially have been partially granted their rights (Intellectual Property Rights ,IPRs). Many have taken ignorance is a bliss approach while ...Read more
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Consider our Music industry in relation to the culture and the unemployment crisis we have.
Kihu, an economist and founder of The Bizconomist Journal suggests that a young person in Kenya has three options of breaking out of poverty or become financially independent —education, entrepreneurship and talent. Initiatives such as the 30 per cent procurement rule meant ...Read more
Record labels no longer have the ability to build a superstar, however, they have the finances, distribution services and bandwidth to refine one? What are your thoughts on this?..
The music industry in Kenya has really been neglected by the government despite it proving to be very profitable in other countries not only abroad but in Africa as well (Nigeria, SA and Tanzania especially). Any ideas on how to ...Read more
Have you ever read any of her works? How did any of his works inspire you? For me she gave me a worldview of autobiographical literature and activism. My favorites work my her “why the cage bed sings” and “phenomenal woman”
Do you think the publishing industries in Kenya are doing enough to publish a budding (read new) writer? Which best approach can such a writer take to get published?
African music is more of a tool to drive development in the form of tourism, trade and others. How viable is this assertion?
How can you describe the current situation of the arts (Dance, music, theatre) in Kenya?
People like listing but with music we all know it for the soul, so then when it music, then it has to be a good product, in my personal opinion, I think that’s why people complain.