South South godzilla M-trill got featured in an article on Financial Times titled “Nigerian musicians inspired by deep cultural legacy”
The article which was written by Ayodeji Rotinwa dips into contemporary music artists that dig deep into their traditional music roots to make modern music.
Excerpts – Also in the east is M-Trill, a rapper who often uses Urhobo sounds, and highlife from his native Delta state. Rapping in pidgin English, his new single, “Who Be Mugu”, speaks directly to voter apathy in the run-up to February’s election and criticises corruption in the political elite over a catchy beat.
Read full article here – https://www.ft.com/content/41111bde-c8ab-11e8-86e6-19f5b7134d1c
Even though M-trill is a rapper from the south south of Nigeria, we are happy that one of us is getting international recognition.