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Author Servant, Jean-Christophe.

Title Which way Nigeria? : music under threat : a question of money, morality, self-censorship and the Sharia / Jean-Christophe Servant.

Published Copenhagen : Freemuse, [2003]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank  780.9669 SERV    AVAILABLE
Physical description 88 pages : map ; 30 cm.
Series Freemuse report, 1601-2127 ; no. 04/2003.
Freemuse report, 1601-2127 ; no. 04/2003.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 88).
Contents The years of democrazy, 1999-2002 -- General background on Nigeria -- Nigerian music -- No money, no voice: When capitalism intrudes on freedom of expression in Lagos -- Case study: Femi Kuti: the banning of "Bang, Bang, Bang" -- Gangsta rap and Makossa -- Shariaphrenia -- Case study: Katsina State: Hisbas versus Hausa musicians; Alhaji Sirajo Mai Asharalle -- Case study: Kano State: Sani Dan Indo, Haladji Waba Yarim Asharalle -- Kano State Censorship Board: A protection for Hausa musicians? -- Sabon Gari: The fear of the unknown.
Other author Freemuse.
Subject Popular music -- Nigeria -- History and criticism.
Music -- Nigeria -- History and criticism.
Censorship -- Nigeria.
Music -- Censorship.