With Nigeria's recently rebased GDP figures, it is clear that Nigeria's creative economy is on the upswing. However, a lot still needs to be done to make the recorded gains count for much. Chief among the reforms that are needed is a focus on Intellectual Property Rights, the setting up of an Arts Exchange as well as a Bureau for monitoring Distribution and Boxes Offices. There is also a need for the setting up of proper Studios and Record Labels. Above all, there is a need to underscore the activities of the creative economy, with proper Financial analysis which can help open up Nigeria's creative industry to funding and investments which is required to further boost quality and output.