Musics and Nollywood

Nigerian music industry and film (Nollywood) is a massive economic force. The industry generates many billions in revenue per year, making it one of the largest industries in the world. Nollywood has seen growth with increasing cinemas, lucrative partnerships with global players like Netflix, although some may argue that the growth is not holistic and representative of the entirety of the sector.

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