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Abdullah, Safiyya Aliya:
The Role of Music and Media in Kano Youth Culture.
in: Nugent, Paul; Barbara Trudell;
Kenneth King & Simon McGrath (eds.):
Africa’s Young Majority: Victims, Meanings, Actors.
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002: 255-274.

Adebayo, Joseph Olusegun:
‘Vote not Fight’: Examining Music’s Role in Fostering Non-Violent Elections in Nigeria.
African Journal on Conflict Resolution (Mt. Edgecombe), Vol. 17, No. 1, 2017: 55-77.

Adedeji, ‘Femi:
”I say No”:
The Rebuff of Anti-democratic Forces in Orlando Owoh’s Music.

Nsukka Journal of Musical Arts Research (Nsukka), Vol. 1, 2012: 67-80.

Adedeji, Wale:
African Popular Culture and the Path of Consciousness:
Hip Hop and the Culture of Resistance in Nigeria.
Postcolonial Text (Paris), Vol. 8, Nos. 3 & 4, 2013: 1-18.

Adedeji, Wale:
Negotiating Globalization through Hybridization:
Hip Hop, Language Use and the Creation of Cross-Over Culture in Nigerian Popular Music.
Language in India (Bloomington, Minn.), Vol. 14, No. 6, 2014: 497-514.

Adedeji, Wale:
Representing Africa in Contemporary Nigerian Hip Hop:
A Video Analysis of Ruggedman’s “Ruggedy Baba”.
Modern Research Studies (Pasighat, A. P.), Vol. 2, No. 4, 2015: 798- 820.

Adedeji, Wale:
The Nigerian Music Industry: Challenges, Prospects and Possibilities.
International Journal of Recent Research in Social Sciences and Humanities IJRRSSH (Lucknow, U.P.),
Vol. 3, Issue 1, January-March 2016: 261-271.

Adedeji, Wale:
Africanity and New Wave Popular Music Style in Nigeria: “Afro” Hip Hop Revisited.
Scholars Bulletin (Dubai), Vol. 3, Issue 3, 2017: 75-82.

Adedeji, Wale:
Nigerian Hip Hop and the Yoruba Influence:
“Rugeddy Baba” and the Negotiation of National Identity.

Saudi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (Dubai), Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2017: 34-42.

Adegbìté, Ademola:
The Effect of Acculturation on Contemporary Nigerian Popular Music.
Journal of Nigerian Languages and Literatures (Ile-Ife), Vol. 4, 1997: 1-5.

Adegbìté, Ademola:
Proverbs and Conflicts among Yoruba Popular Musicians.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 4, 2003: 25-32.

Adegoju, Adeyemi:
The Musician as Archivist: An Example of Nigeria’s Lagbaja.
Itupale Online Journal of African Studies (Cambridge), Vol. 1, 2009. 23 p.

Adeniji, Abiodun:
Popular Songs as Literary Texts: An Analysis of Fuji Songs.
in: Awhefeada, Sunny I. & Peter E. Omoko (eds.):
Scholarship and Commitment. Essays in Honour of G. G. Darah.
Lagos: Malthouse Press Ltd., 2018: 333-342.

Adeniyi, Dapo:
Isaiah Kehinde Dairo Mbe (1931-1996).
Glendora Review: African Quarterly on the Arts (Lagos), Vol. 1, No. 3, 1996: 35-38.

Adeogun, Adebowale Oluranti :
Governance and Alienation of the Masses as a Theme in the Nigerian Popular Music.
Nsukka Journal of Musical Arts Research (Nsukka), Vol.2, 2013: 177-192.

Aderinto, Saheed:
“Sorrow, Tears, and Blood”: Fela Anikulapo Kuti and Protest in Nigeria.
in: Friedman, Jonathan C.: The Routledge History of Social Protest in Popular Music.
New York, N.Y.: Routledge, 2013: 319-330.

Agbo, Maduabuchi:
Language Alternation Strategies in Nigerian Hip Hop and Rap Texts.
Language in India (Bloomington, Minn.), Vol. 9, No. 2, February 2009: 34-62.

Aig-Imoukhuede, Frank:
Contemporary  Culture.
in: Aderibigbe, A. B. (ed.):
Lagos the Development of an African City.
Ikeja: Longman Nigeria, 1975: 197-226.

Aig-Imoukhuede, Frank (ed.):
Chapter Popular Music as Communication Tool.
Tapping Nigeria’s Limitless Cultural Treasures.
Lagos: The National Council for Arts and Culture, 1987: 19-24.

Ajewole, John:
The Waka Music of Alhaja Asanat Ejire Omo Aje.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol.  4, 2003: 113-124.

Akande, Akinmade:
Code-switching in Nigerian Hip-Hop Lyrics.
Language Matters: Studies in the Languages of Southern Africa (Abingdon), Vol. 44, No. 1, 2013: 39-57.

Akpabot, Samuel Ekpe:
Nigerian Traditional and Popular Music: Problems of Growth and Development.
in: Ekeh, Peter C. & Garba Ashiwaju (eds.):
Nigeria since Independence, the First 25 years, Vol. VII Culture.
Ibadan: Heinemann Education Books, 1989: 98-106.

Akpan, Wilson:
And the Beat Goes On? Message Music, Political Repression and the Power of Hip-Hop in Nigeria.
in: Drewett, Michael & Martin Cloonan (eds.):
Popular Music Censorship in Africa.
Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006: 91-108.

Alaja-Browne, Afolabi:
A Diachronic Study of Change in Juju Music.
Popular Music (Cambridge), Vol. 8, No. 3, October 1989: 231-242.

Alaja-Browne, Afolabi:
The Origin and Development of Juju Music.
The Black Perspective in Music (Cambria Heights, N.Y.), Vol. 17, Nos. 1/2, 1989: 53-72.

Ames, David W.:
Urban Hausa Music.
African Urban Studies (East Lansing, Mich.), Vol. 5, No. 4, 1970: 19-24.

Anonymous:
Nigeria’s Own Highlife Stars.
Mensah Introduced it but the Local Boys Made Good.
West African Review (Liverpool), Vol. 29, No. 373, October 1958: 808-810.

Anonymous:
Night Out in Lagos.
West African Review (Liverpool), Vol. 30, No. 381, June 1959: 482-484.

Anonymous:
Pop Music in the Media.
Nigeria Pop Annual 1980 (London): 72-73.

Anonymous:
Popular Music in Nigeria. Historical Perspectives.
Nigeria Pop Annual 1980 (London): 13-34.

Anonymous:
The Sounds of Juju Music.
Nigeria Pop Annual 1980 (London): 74-78.

Anonymous:
Popular Music as Communication Tool.
in: Aig-Imoukhuede, Frank (ed.):
Tapping Nigeria’s Limitless Cultural Treasures.
Lagos: The National Council for Arts and Culture, 1987: 19-24.

Anyiam, Charles:
Life and Times of Bobby Benson.
Africa Music (London), No. 11, September-October 1982: 12-13.

Arukwe, Nnanna O[nuoha] & Sam K[enneth] I[heanyi] Chukwu:
Loss of People’s Voice to Imperialism:
From Suffering of the Masses to ‘Sex’ and ‘Love’ in Contemporary Nigeria Music.

Nsukka Journal of Musical Arts Research (Nsukka), Vol.  1, 2012: 238-250.

Ayu, Iyorchia:
Creativity and Protest in Popular Culture: The Political Music of Felá Aníkúlápó-Kútì.
Positive Review in association with Nigerian Democratic Review.
Revolutionary Monographs on Culture and Society in Africa. Series 1, No. 1, 1985. 40 p.
Reprint
Essays in Popular Struggle: Fela – Student Patriotism – Nicaraguan Revolution.
Oguta: Zim Pan African Publishers, 1986: 1-55.

Babalola, E. Taiwo & Rotimi Taiwo:
Code-Switching in Contemporary Nigerian Hip Hop.
Itupale Online Journal of African Studies (Cambridge), Vol. 1, 2009: 1-26.

Babalola, Sunday O.:
Popular Music as an Economic Tool for Nigerian Youth.
in: Falola, Toyin & Jamaine Abidogun (eds.):
Education, Creativity, and Economic Empowerment in Africa.
London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013: 243-254.

Barber, Karin & Christopher [Allen] Waterman:
Traversing the Global and the Local.
Fuji Music and Praise Poetry in the Production of Contemporary Yorúbà Culture.

in: Miller, Daniel (ed.):
Worlds Apart: Modernity through the Prism of the Local.
London: Ruthledge, 1995: 240-262.

Bender, Wolfgang:
Das Nigerphone Label – Afrikanische Musik braucht keine Hilfe.
Afrika hilft sich selbst. Prozesse und Institutionen der Selbstorganisation.
Schriften der Vereinigung von Afrikanisten in Deutschland (Hamburg), Band 15, 1994: 482-496.

Bender, Wolfgang:
Bayo Martins: Voice of the Drum. An Inside Account into Popular Music in Nigeria.
A Biographic Interview with Dr. Wolfgang Bender.
The Music Foundation (Yaba), 2004. 41 p.

Bensignor, François:
Les origines de l’afrobeat.
Hommes & migrations (Paris), n° 1279, 2009: 190-196.

Bensignor, François:
L’afrobeat au-delà de son créateur.
Hommes & migrations (Paris), n° 1290, 2011: 143-149.

Brooks, Christopher:
Foreign-Indigenous Interchange: The Yoruba.
in: Stone, Ruth M. (ed.): Africa. The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 1.
New York, N.Y. & London: Garland Publishing Inc., 1998: 400-414
Reprint
New York, N.Y. & London: Routledge, 2013:  400-414.

Buba, Malami & Graham Furniss:
Youth Culture, Bandiri and the Continuing Legitimacy Debate in Sokoto Town.
Journal of African Cultural Studies (Abingdon), Vol. 12, Issue 1, 1999: 27-46.

Chernoff, John Miller:
Chapter Apendix.
[Based on Charles Keil’s 1965 Questionnaire on Popular Artists].
African Rhythm and African Sensibility.
Chicago, Ill.: University of ChicagoPress, 1979: 173-181.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Seventy-five Years of African Recording.
Today, Nigeria is Africa’s Recording Giant. John Collins
Examines its Growth and Reflects on Future Problems.
Africa Now (London), No. 13, May 1982: 64-65.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Fela and the Black President Film.
Glendora Review: African Quarterly on the Arts (Lagos), Vol. 2, No. 2, 1997: 57-73.

Collins, [Edmund] John & Ivor Agyeman-Duah:
The Protestants from Abeokuta: Fela Kuti and his Cousin.
in: Agyeman-Duah, Ivor & Ogochukwu Promise (eds.):
Crucible of the Ages – Wole Soyinka at 80: Essays in Honour of African Literary and Cultural Studies.
Ibadan: Bookcraft & Banbury & Oxfordshire: Ayebia Clarke Publishing, 2013: 177-185.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
The Ghanaian and Nigerian Gospel Music Explosion.
The Journal of Performing Arts (Legon), Vol. 4, No. 4, 2013/14: 115-131.

Daramola Y.:
Mr. Machine: Influence of Modern Technology on Nigerian Popular Music.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 2 (Special Edition), 2001: 97-102.

Edet, E[dna] M.:
Music in Nigeria.
African Music (Roodepoort), Vol. 3, No. 3, 1965: 111-113.

Edjabe, Ntone:
Corps, ville, violence. « Why blackman dey carry shit ».
Politique africaine (Paris), 2005/4 (n° 100): 106-117.

Ekwensi, C. O. D.:
Dixieland in Nigeria. [Bobby Benson & Wilbur de Paris].
West African Review (Liverpool), Vol. 28, No. 356 [should read 357], June 1957: 597 & 599.

Emielu, A[ustin ‘Maro]:
In Search of Identity: The Dilemma of the Nigerian Urban Popular Musician.
The Performer. Ilorin Journal of the Performing Arts (Ilorin), Vol. 4, 2002: 143-155.

Emielu, Austin [‘Maro]:
Pathways to a Sustainable Development of the Music Industry in Nigeria.
Nigeria Theatre Journal (Owerri), Vol. 8, No. 2. 2005: 284-298.

Emielu, A[ustin] ‘M[aro]:
Foreign Culture and African Music.
in: Adeleke, Fakoya (ed.):
An Encyclopedia of the Art. Vol. 11 (1).
Lagos: Faculty of Arts, Lagos State University, 2006: 27-34.

Emielu, A[ustin ‘Maro]:
Music and National Development: A Reflection on Academic and „Street‟ Musicianship in Nigeria.
The Performer. Ilorin Journal of the Performing  Arts  (Ilorin), Vol. 10, 2008: 95-107.

Emielu, Austin ‘Maro:
Issues in the Revival and Sustenance of Highlife Music in Nigeria.
LASU Journal of Humanities (Lagos), Vol. 6, 2009: 29-38.

Emielu, A[ustin ‘Maro]:
Popular Music and the Culture of Peace in Nigeria.
US-China Foreign Language Journal (Valley Cottage, N.Y.), Vol. 8, No. 11, 2010: 10-19.

Emielu, A[ustin ‘Maro]:
Socio-Cultural and Historical Perspectives of Highlife Music in Nigeria.
in: Dandaura, E.S. & Adeoye A. A. (eds.):
Culture, Identity and Leadership in Nigeria.
Ibadan: Kraft Books & Society for Nigerian Theatre Artists, 2010: 245-263.

Emielu, Austin [‘Maro]:
Change and Genre Development in the West African Highlife Music.
Isala: Ife Journal of African Literature and the Arts (Ile-Ife), Vol. 6, 2011: 93-108.

Emielu, Austin ‘Maro:
Popular Music and Youth Empowerment in Nigeria.
The Journal of Performing Arts (Legon), Vol. 4, No. 2, 2011: 52-70.

Emielu, A[ustin ‘Maro]:
The ”Culture” of Highlife Music.
Ilorin Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture (Ilorin), Vol. 2, 2011: 127-146.

Emielu, A[ustin ‘Maro]:
Issues of Forms and Styles in Nigerian Popular Music: A Case Study of Edo Guitar Band Music.
Journal of  the Association of Nigerian Musicologists (Ile-Ife), Vol.  6, 2012: 60-73.

Emielu, Austin ‘Maro:
Ethnic and Regional Identities in Nigerian Popular Music: A Special Focus on the Edo.
African Music. Journal of the African Music Society (Grahamston), Vol. 9, No. 3, 2013: 92-110.

Emielu, A[ustin ‘Maro]:
Highlife Music in Nigeria: Origins, Dimensions and Reinventions.
Journal of Institute of Cultural Studies (Ile-Ife), No. 10, 2014: 100-115.

Emielu, Austin [‘Maro]:
The Forgotten (anti-Apartheid) „Freedom Fighters‟:
Nigerian Reggae Music and Cultural Memory in a post-Apartheid Era.

Journal of the African Literature Association (Abingdon), Vol. 10, No. 1, 2016: 81-100.

Emielu, Austin [‘Maro]:
Tradition, Innovations, and Modernity in the Music of the Edo of Nigeria:
Toward a Theory of Progressive Traditionalism.
Ethnomusicology (Champaign, Ill.), Vol. 62, No. 2, 2018: 206-229.

Emielu, Austin [‘Maro] & Rotimi P. Ologundudu:
Rhythm, Creativity and Artistic Identities in Juju Music.
Journal of the Association of Nigerian Musicologists (Ile-Ife), Vol. 8, 2014: 73-86.

Euba, Akin:
Jùjú, Highlife and Afro-Beat: An Introduction to Popular Music in Nigeria.
in: Euba, Akin (ed.): Essays on Music in Africa, Vol. 1.
Bayreuth African Studies Series (Bayreuth), No. 16, 1988: 119-139.

Euba, Akin:
Jùjú, Fújì and the Intercultural Aspects of Modern Yoruba Popular Music.
in: Euba, Akin (ed.): Essays on Music in Africa, Vol. 2.
Bayreuth African Studies Series (Bayreuth), No. 16, 1989: 1-30.

Fadipe, Israel Ayinla:
Political Communication and Indigenous Popular Music: The Study of Apala and Fuji Music Genres.
Journal of Communication and Media Research (Abraka), Vol. 8, No. 1, 2016, 185–198.

Faniyi, Kehinde Oluyemisi; Oluwarotimi Olaosebikan;
Omolara Olasunbo Loko & Olugbenga Olanrewaju Loko:
Recording Technology in Contemporary Nigeria:
Connecting the Nigerian Youth and the Drive for Development and Sustainability.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 14, No. 1, 2016: 99-113.

Fasan, Rotimi Omoyele:
Voice and the New Media in the Classification of Yoruba Neo-Traditional Music.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 8, Issue 1, 2011: 59-69.

Forchu, Ijeoma I.:
Nigerian Popular Music: Its Problems and Prospects in Development.
Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities (Awka), Vol. 10, No. 2, 2009: 103-114.

Frankel, Andrew:
Nigeria Africa’s Stumbling Giant.
in: Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham & Jon Lusk (eds.):
The Rough Guide to World Music. Volume 1: Africa and the Middle East.
London: The Rough Guides, 2006: 287-303.

Ghariokwu, Lemi:
Producing Fela‘s Album Jackets.
in: Schoonmaker, Trevor (ed.):
Fela: From West Africa to West Broadway.
New York, N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004: 51-54.

Graham, Ronnie:
Chapter 2 Nigeria.
Stern’s Guide to Contemporary African Music.
London: Zwan / Off the Record Press, 1988: 32-73.

Graham, Ronnie:
Chapter 2 Nigeria.
The World of African Music. Stern’s Guide to Contemporary African Music. Volume 2.
Chicago, Ill.: Pluto Press: 1992: 17-30.

Graham, Ronnie:
Nigeria: From Hausa Music to Highlife.
in: Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham & Richard Trillo (eds.):
World Music. The Rough Guide, Volume 1: Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
London: The Rough Guides, 1999: 588-600.

Haefliger, Stéphane:
Fela Anikulapo Kuti, les Hausa et les Rukuba.
Le culturel musical nigérian: une énonciation particulière du politique africain.
OME Observatoire des médias et des entreprises (Zürich), 2005: 1-36.

Idolor, Emurobome G.:
Ókpè Disco: Its Emergence and Performance Practice.
South African Music Studies (Matieland), Vol. 22, 2002: 13-27.

Idonije, Benson:
Old or New Palm Wine is Truly Enchanting.
Glendora Review: African Quarterly on the Arts (Lagos), Vol. 3, No. 2, 2001: 16-22.

Igwebuike, Ebuka Elias:
Metaphor, Identity and Ideologies in Igbo Folk Music.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 14, Issue 1, 2017: 62-77.

Idolor, Emurobome:
Strategizing Globalization for the Advancement of African Music Identity.
Journal of the Association of Nigerian Musicologists (Ile-Ife), Vol. 3, 2009: 152-161.

Jegede, Dele:
Popular Culture and Popular Music: The Nigerian Experience.
Présence africaine (Paris), nᵒ 144, 1987: 57-72.

Johnson, Rotimi:
The Language and Content of Nigerian Popular Music.
in: Bender, Wolfgang (ed.):
Perspectives on African Music.
Bayreuth African Studies Series (Bayreuth), No. 9, 1989: 91-102 (+ 7 photos).

Labinjoh, Justin:
Fela Anikulapo-Kuti: Protest Music and Social Processes in Nigeria.
Journal of Black Studies (London), Vol. 13, No. 1, September 1982: 119-135.

Larkin, Brian:
Bandiri Music, Globalization and Urban Experience in Nigeria.
Cahiers d’études africaines (Paris), n°168, 2002: 739-762

Liadi, Olusegun Fariudeen:
Multilingualism and Hip Hop Consumption in Nigeria:
Accounting for the Local Acceptance of a Global Phenomenon.
Africa Spectrum (Hamburg & Uppsala), Vol. 47, Issue 1, 2012: 3-19.

Lo-Bamijoko, Joy Nwosu:
Performance Practice in Nigerian Music.
The Black Perspective in Music (Cambria Heights, N.Y.), Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring 1984: 3-20.

Marre, Jeremy & Hannah Charlton:
Chapter 5 Konkombé. Nigerian Music.
Beats of the Heart. Popular Music of the World.
London: Pluto Press, 1985: 84-103 & VHS video / DVD (Shanachie 1201, P1988/P2000).

Martins, Bayo:
Eclipse of a Star. An appreciation of John Akintola (Roy Chicago), 1928-1989.
West Africa (London), 24-30 April 1989.

May, Chris:
Festac 77 – Forum for a Music Business Revolution.
Black Music (London), Vol. 4, Issue 38, January 1977: 14-15.

Mbachu, Dulue:
‘Pieces’ for the Masses.
The Spread of Ghanaian Music in Nigeria.
West Africa (London), 9 May 1988: 837.

Mosobalaje, Adebayo:
Ebenezer Obey and the Rhetoric of Contradiction.
African Identities (Abingdon), Vol. 15, No. 2, 2017: 116-131.

Ogisi, Aboyowa Arugha:
The Significance of the Niger Coast Constabulary Band of Calabar in
Nigerian Highlife Music: An Historical Perspective.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 5, 2004: 37-39.

Ogisi, Aboyowa Arugha:
The Bursting Fifties and Popular Music in Nigeria.
Awka Journal of Research in Music and the Arts (Awka), Vol. 6, 2008: 81-94.

Ogisi, Aboyowa Arugha:
Socio-Economic Factors in the Evolution of Popular Music in Southwestern Nigeria.
Humanities Review Journal (Ile-Ife), Vol. 8, 2008:  59-71.

Ogisi, Aboyowa Arugha:
The Origin and Development of Juju Music: 1900-1990.
Ejotmas: Ekpoma Journal of Theatre and Media Arts (Ekpoma), Vol. 3, Nos. 1 & 2, 2010: 27-37.

Ogisi, Arugha Aboyowa:
Palm Wine Music in Nigeria.
Tansian University Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences (Umunya), Vol. 2, No. 1, 2015: 78-89.

Ogisi, Arugha Aboyowa:
The Impact of Hotels/Night Clubs in the Development of Popular Music in Nigeria.
in: Awhefeada, Sunny I. & Peter E. Omoko (eds.):
Scholarship and Commitment. Essays in Honour of G. G. Darah.
Lagos: Malthouse Press Ltd., 2018: 325-332.

Ogunrinade, D.O.A.:
Contemporary Nigerian Popular Music: A Menace to National Development.
Journal of Arts and Humanities (Rockville, Md.), Vol. 5, No. 1, 2016: 54-62.

Oikelome, Albert O.:
Highlife Jazz: A Stylistic Analysis of the Music of Felá Anikulapo Kuti.
The Journal of Pan African Studies (Sun Village, Calif.), Vol. 3, No. 4, December 2009: 37-54.

Oikelome, Albert [O.]:
Popular Songs, Literary Texts: A Linguistic Approach to the Music of 2 Face Idibia.
Journal of the Association of Nigerian Musicologists (Ile-Ife), No. 4, 2010: 145-158.

Oikelome, Albert O.:
‘Are Real Women Just Bad Porn?’:  Women in Nigerian Hip-hop Culture.
The Journal of Pan African Studies (Sun Village, Calif.), Vol.  5, No. 9, March 2013: 83-98.

Oikelome, Albert [O.]:
‘Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow’: Fela’s Prophetic Lyrics in Light of Twenty-First Century Realities.
in: Falola, Toyin & Jamaine Abidogun (eds.)
Education, Creativity, and Economic Empowerment in Africa.
London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013: 203-220.

Oikelome, Albert [O.]:
Performance Practice in Afrobeat Music of Fela Anikulapo Kuti.
Journal of Arts and Humanities (Rockville, Md.), Vol. 3. No. 12, 2014: 82-94.

Ojo, Valentine:
Yoruba-Musik – Gestern, Heute, Morgen.
Jazzforschung / Jazz Research (Graz), Nr. 9, 1977: 123-143.

Ojukwu, Ebele V.; Young Sook Onyiuke & Chinyere C. Esimone:
Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement in Nigeria: A Prop for Music Industry.
US-China Education Review B (Valley Cottage, N.Y.), Vol. 5, No. 6, June 2015: 373-381.

Ojukwu, Ebele [V.]; Elizabeth Obielozie & Chinyere [C.] Esimone:
Nigerian Values and Contemporary Popular Music: A New Look.
Ogirisi: A New Journal of African Studies (Awka), Vol.  12, 2016: 114-129.

Okafor, Richard:
Popular Music in Nigeria: Patronising Attitude or Benign Complacency?
British Journal of Music Education (Cambridge), Vol. 15, Issue 2, July 1998: 181-189.

Okarende, Yomi:
Language, Culture and the Dialectic of Difference: Nigerian Rap as Generational Statement.
in: Adeleke, Fakoya (ed.):
An Encyclopaedia of the Arts, Vol 4 (7).
Lagos: Faculty of Arts, Lagos State University, 2006: 689-698.

Okoro, J[ustice] C[hukwudi] & I. I. Ikem:
The Rudiments of Highlife Music: Structur Alanaysis of
Chrisogonus Ezewuiro Obinna (Dr. Sir Warrior) ‘Ima Onye Wu Onye’.
Journal of Communication and Culture (Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State), Vol.1, No. 1/2, 2009: 144-162.

Okoro, Justice Chukwudi:
Globalization Impacts on Highlife Music in Nigeria.
Ejotmas: Ekpoma Journal of Theatre and Media Arts (Ekpoma), Vol. 3, Nos. 1 & 2, 2010: 68-79.

Okuyade, Ogaga:
African China, Nigerian Popular Music, National Development and the Search for Musical Idiom.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2011 50-59.

Okuyade, Ogaga:
Rethinking Militancy and Environmental Justice:
The Politics of Oil and Violence in Nigerian Popular Music.

Africa Today (Bloomington, Ind.), Vol. 58, No. 1, 2011: 78-101.

Okwori, Jenks Z.:
From Mutant Voices to Rhythms of Resistance.
Music and Minority Identity among the Idoma and Ogoni in Contemporary Nigeria.
in: Palmberg, Mai & Annemette Kirkegaard (eds.):
Playing with Identities in Contemporary Music in Africa.
Uppsala: The Nordic Africa Institute, 2002: 149-164.

Olalusi, Kehinde Adedamola:
The Menace of Vulgar Lyrical Composition among Some Nigerian Contemporary Artistes.
Nsukka Journal of Musical Arts Research (Nsukka), Vol.2, 2013: 153-165.

Olaniyan, Tejumola:
The Cosmopolitan Nativist: Fela Anikulapo and the Antimonies of Postcolonial Modernity.
Research in African Literatures (Bloomington, Ind.), Vol. 32, No. 2, 2001: 76-89.

Olaoluwa, Senayon:
What a Loss! Modernity in Contention in Saheed Osupa’s Fuji music.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 8, Issue 1, 2011 4-17.

Olatunji, Michael O.:
The Use of Pidgin English in Contemporary Nigerian Music:
A New Approach towards National Identity.
Humanities Review Journal (Digital). Vol. 1, No.1, 2001: 41-46.

Olatunji, Michael [O.]:
Yabis: A Phenomenon in the Contemporary Nigerian Music.
The Journal of Pan African Studies (Sun Village, Calif.), Vol. 1, No. 9, August 2007: 26-46.

Olatunji, Michael O.:
Yabis Music: An Instrument of Social Change in Nigeria.
Journal of African Media Studies (Oxford), Vol. 1, No. 2, 2009: 309-328.

Oloruntoba-Oju, Taiwo:
Contestant Hybridities: African (Urban) Youth Language in Nigerian Music and Social Media.
in: Hurst-Harosh, Ellen & Fridah Kanana Erastus (eds.):
African Youth Languages. New Media, Performing Arts and Sociolinguistic Development.
London & Johannesburg: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018: 181-203.

Olorunyomi, Sola:
Another Township Tonight.
Glendora Review: African Quarterly on the Arts (Lagos), Vol. 3 No. 2, 2001: 24-35.

Oluniyi, Michael Olusakin:
Origin and Development of Directing in Juju Music Performance.
Journal of Music and Dance (Lagos), Vol. 4, No. 3, 2014: 25-33.

Olusegun-Joseph, Yomi:
Transethnic Allegory. The Yoruba World, Hip Hop and the Rhetoric of Generational Difference.
Third Text (Abingdon), Vol. 28, Issue 6. 2014: 517-528.

Olusoji, S[tephen] O[lu-Bukun]:
Àpàlà, Sákárá and Wákà as Entertainment Music.
Africa Notes (Ibadan), Vol. 29, Nos. 1 & 2, Special edition, 2005: 98-112.

Olusoji, S[tephen] O[lu-Bukun]:
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Culture and Yoruba Popular Music in Nigeria.
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A Structural Analysis of Majek Fashek’s ‘Send Down the Rain’. 
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