Greetings Bishop, great to link up with you and provide us with the opportunity to pose a few questions.
Your track, ‘Runnin Back’, is quite a remarkable artistic achievement in every musical aspect. So tell us, what inspired the track?
Peace to you and yours. I appreciate your interest in the single. I'm humbled by the reviews and this subsequent interview. It is psychologically impactful
In 2016, RootWords released the EP "Inapqropriate Behaviour" featuring the track, 'My Identity' which got a review on the UbuntuFM Hip-Hop website. UbuntuFM's Ikenna Okeh reached out to RootWords for this exclusive interview.
1. ‘My Identity’ is a song that addresses systematic oppression with its resultant psychological damage. It says quite a lot lyrically. My question is: did the song set
The Aluu 4 was a necklace lynching that involved four young men, Ugonna Obuzor, Toku Lloyd, Chiadika Biringa, and Tekena Elkanah, all students of the University of Port Harcourt. They were all lynched after they were falsely accused of theft in Aluu, a community in Ikwerre local government area, Rivers State, Nigeria on 5 October 2012. M.I. Abaga wrote Ashes in response to this tragedy.
Q: So, Ashman, I wouldn't be asking for an introduction; you're my homie, my dude from my hood. But for the benefit of those who do not know you so upclose, I ask that you do a little introduction of yourself.
A: Yaga!.. I'm Ashamole Christian Ifeanyi, popularly known as Ashman. I come from Ikeduru, Imo state in what's presently known as Nigeria. At the moment, I'm resident here in Ghana.
Q. It is nice being in touch with you, Keybone. I'm curious, could you tell us the meaning behind the stage name 'Keybone'?
A. Keybone is my rebirth name, similar to that which others call themselves after a change in religion, faith or beliefs. If time permits you to dissect my name, its essentials will marvel you that I am the key and bone. These two elements are vital in lots of ways beyond
Paul Lethamaga (MrKruger aka Mad Max) is the leader of the group and the person I spoke to.
Let’s find out more about him and the crew here at Ubuntu FM Africa………..
King Mavuthela: Paul Lethamaga welcome at Ubuntu FM Africa and thanks for your time!
Paul Lethamaga: Special greetings and respect goes to Ubuntu FM listeners, to you King Mavuthela and the station as a whole.