Marty Major on BBC Radio

British Nigerian talent Marty Major, whom we once featured on our site, had an interesting interview and showcased the diversity of her talent on BBC radio. Check it out:

King Sunny Ade

Nothing like a good old African classic! Enjoy folks.

World Music - the Music Journey

King Sunny Adé, born in 1946, is a popular nigerian performer of jùjú music. He had many comebacks in his career and is maybe one of the most influental african musicians ever! Listen to his great one called “Mo Ti Mo”:

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Something special: Marty Major!


Photo by Mark Barnfield

British-Nigerian talent Marty Major is a young singer who has racked up an impressive record thus far in her career.

Born in Nigeria and raised in East London this gifted singer-songwriter is a regular live performer who has played at countless showcases and venues such as The Jazz Café, Westminster Abbey, The Lyric Theatre the West End hit Thriller Live and festivals such as Lovebox.

Never short of stunning audiences across the globe, Marty’s voice has been described as the “future sound” of British Soul & Rock.

She brings her powerful voice to this stripped down cover of Alicia Keys’ Not Even the King recorded for Reload sessions at Resident studios London, with Alex Williams on the piano.

Ladies and gentlemen, Marty Major!