In the wake of your awareness you realise you knew that the traveler who brought you this pain had nothing else to offer you had heard pain stained words dripping from his very lips and still it was you who offered him shelter Do not curse these scars he might have held the knife but it was you who showed him where to cut thinking that to love was to lose yourself to his fire. -Damian WORDS: Damian Nwanabia Okafor (@damian.ynotes) ART: Ana Cuba (@ana__cuba)
TheBusinessDayCEO, Aug 2017 | 29 At Last a Viable Stream of Income for the Nigerian Music Industry By Ayobola Eniola Could digital distribution be a possible cure to the Nigerian music industry's revenue woes? The music empire in Nigeria for a long time suffered two major dents to its revenue channels; the invasion by music pirates (the Alaba syndrome) and the internet. In the late 90s and early 2000s, music executives and artists consolidated their powers to wage war against the pandemic of piracy, in a controlled fight where the victim(s) and villain(s) were visible and known forces. Then came on the scene, the swift, virtual giant—the Internet—on whose platform, illegal downloads and file-sharing has been hosted, much to the dismay of music industry investors. Right before its very eyes, the music industry saw millions of naira in its revenue, diverted into the pockets of IP (Intellectual Property) thieves, a situation worsened by the
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