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A podcast that establishes conversations on the music industry journey by different stakeholders in the value chain from musicians, promoters, managers, producers and more. Hosted by Zimbabwe's MJ Wemoto.

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A podcast that establishes conversations on the music industry journey by different stakeholders in the value chain from musicians, promoters, managers, producers and more. Hosted by Zimbabwe's MJ Wemoto.

    Was Euphonik Onto Something? DJs Have Their Say.

    Was Euphonik Onto Something? DJs Have Their Say.

    What a crazy week it’s been. Euphonik caused uproar when he tweeted the following:



    True or false? pic.twitter.com/DtYaKRWuSy— Euphonik♛ (@euphonik) December 30, 2019




    We decided to get some of the best DJs in the game: Gremlin (Red Bull Freestyle Champ), Mark Akol, Glen Stylez, VJ Jonno and Pro-G to zone in on what was said and give us their thoughts on whether DJs have a mandate to teach listeners new music.







    Absolute fire episode!

    • 37 min
    New Producer Trends with @ProGIsTheName

    New Producer Trends with @ProGIsTheName

    I decided to bring back Cape Town producer and DJ @ProGIsTheName to the show to talk about what’s happening in the producer world of late…

    • 30 min
    Music With A Message – with ThatBoyMassin (Zambian Singer)

    Music With A Message – with ThatBoyMassin (Zambian Singer)

    This Zambian star is going places! We discuss his music and career.

    • 26 min
    When The Calling Is Deep – with Millicent (Zimbabwean Singer)

    When The Calling Is Deep – with Millicent (Zimbabwean Singer)

    The African Music Industry podcast takes us to Zimbabwe this time around! As you know, I am from Zim myself so it’s always an honour to host a fellow Zimbo! We get to know a bit more about singer and songwriter, Millicent.
    For some musicians out there, making music is a true calling. You want it, you feel it, you live it! South African-based Zimbabwean musician, Millicent, is blessed with a voice for the ages. She has embraced this from a very early age. But who is the person behind the voice? How did Millicent become Millicent the musician breaking barriers and making a name for herself? This is part of what we find out on the podcast today.
    Hers is a calling she had to be patient for. You know how it goes with African parents. How would you ever tell them that you really want to become a musician without facing resistance?! The question really is if you will be allowed to follow that dream or not. Even the rebels can attest. Millicent had to face that at some point in her life. For all the waiting she had to do, her career is skyrocketing to the top. She has been part of some exciting projects outside working on her own material. This has given her exclusive industry insight and a lot of experience. Right timing perhaps??!
    We discuss all this, her music and so much more on the podcast today. Help yourself to a listen!

    • 36 min
    All or Nothing – with Tiisetso Mosholi

    All or Nothing – with Tiisetso Mosholi

    What do you do when you want to do something but ‘they’ always shut the door on you? You set up your own platform and do your own thing!
    Today MJ speaks with Tiisetso Mosholi from South Africa who heads Centre Stage Media.

    • 12 min
    Professionalism in African music business – with Michele Baldini

    Professionalism in African music business – with Michele Baldini

    MJ talks to Michele Baldini Di Sant’Archangelo from Panamusiq about the African Music Industry from the perspectives of artist management, professionalism and growing the business.
    For any industry to be considered an industry, all major points of the value chain must be handled by professionals. This is where many music markets fall short across Africa. How can we change that and start to build longevity and sustainability?
    Visit the Panamusiq website

    • 39 min

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