Nigerian values and contemporary popular music: a new look

  title={Nigerian values and contemporary popular music: a new look},
  author={Ebele Veronica Ojukwu and Elizabeth Obielozie and Chinyere Celestina Esimone},
  journal={OGIRISI: a New Journal of African Studies},
Music is among the ancient art forms in Africa that has flourished as old as man since ancient African society did not separate their everyday activities from their music. Most music performances in Africa go beyond the frontiers of mere entertainment activity but are geared more towards socio-cultural dimensions due to its ability to socialize, consolidate values and other utilitarian exigencies. In the recent times, the younger generations of Africa seem not to have much enthusiasm for their… 
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