It’s our third year anniversary this month and this is our third magazine publication and I’m just here, sitting back and reminiscing on how we started this journey and how it has been. It has been an interesting journey with many highs and definitely many lows but in all, it has been worth it. Like we all know, life is not a bed of roses, but it is also what we make out of it, and I can say that we have definitely made the best of these three years and there’s definitely more to come. Like I said in our other publications, our aim is to Promote the Igbo culture, Tradition, Language and her wonderful people and we have been doing this through different online and offline mediums and we hope to keep doing this. In this Publication, Adorning our Cover Page is the Ogene King, Zoro, I had the opportunity to sit and interact with this amazingly talented musician, and I’m still in awe of his personality. He is very passionate about the Igbo culture and he’s always representing. Aside Zoro, we also featured other amazing Igbo people that would make reading this publication an absolute pleasure. Grab a chill drink, flip through the pages and get entertained.
Owoh Chimaobi Chrismathner Popularly known as Zoro, is a Nigerian Indigenous musician. Born in Onitsha, Anambra State, he hails from Awgu in Enugu State. He is one of the big names from the east, who are currently doing well in the music industry. He is an Indigenous rapper, he delivers his raps in Igbo language with a little bit of pidgin English to spice up his lyrics. You cannot listen to Zoro and not love his music. He came to limelight after he dropped his hit single ‘Ogene’ and then ‘Achikolo’ and has been blessing us with wonderful songs since then, he has released Landlord, Buy the Bar, Mabuza Mabuza, Echolac, Stainless, and now, his latest hit, “Iheanacho”. Over the past few years, he has earned several award nominations, including Best Indigenous Rapper and Best New Act at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards, Best Rap Act at the AFRIMMA Awards, and Next Rated at the Headies Awards. He won the Best Indigenous concept in a visual at the Nigeria Music Video Awards for Ogene Video. We had a chat with him and he let us in on his musical journey so far and his plans going forward. We hope you have an interesting read.
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