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Join us as we feature guests on our Weekly show. 

Mannywellz discusses Daca, Racial Tensions in America and his new (EP) “MIRAGE” on PGM Radio!

We got a chance to exclusively speak to the amazing Mannywellz, a Nigerian American-based RnB & Soul artist who’s new ep Mirage is beautifully written, structured, and produced by himself.

Mannywellz spoke openly about his struggles as a Daca recipient, the racial tensions in America, and how this rollercoaster experience coupled with 2020 Covid-19, has inspired his new ep “Mirage.”

Listen to the full conversation here and stream Mirage right here.

Mirage Cover Art

Mirage Cover Art

PGM Radio Show: Burna Boy – Twice As Tall Exclusive 2020 Interview with Douglas Jekan

In this special edition of the PGM Radio Show, we had the African Giant Burna Boy on to explain the true meaning of his new album Twice As Tall and to give context to his rant on Twitter that “No One Paved the Way for Him”…amongst other topics.   Listen to the podcast on Apple podcast, Spotify, Soundcloud or watch the interview on YouTube


(1) One who uses their voice and platform to speak about the plight of his/her people and risk the chance of offending the money bag or
(2) One who will keep quiet and not talk about the problems in society in order not to offend the money but rather use his/her platform to amass wealth for themselves?

Please comment and let us know your choice.





New acts are popping up every week and it’s our mission to unveil them as it happens. 

Multi-music genre artiste and retro musician,Ibejii spins a tale of victory over oppression in “Gonto”

Multi-music genre artist and retro musician, Ibejii music spins a tale of victory over oppression in new song “Gonto”. Coming off his yet unannounced 5th project, Gonto recounts the victory of tiny masquerades in the face of a big selfish one who chose to suppress and stifle other voices. Gonto is Ibejii’s celebration of the ultimate victory of ordinary people over their oppressors.

Ibejii’s sound is a unique blend of African vibes and international sound.He explores traditional Yoruba folk, jazz, dance, RnB, juju among other genres to serenade his audience through the art of skilful storytelling embellished with folklore, metaphor and vernacular.

Born a twin in the UK, his music reflects that experience. His debuts “Green White Dope 001” and “Green White Dope 002” reflects this along with the themes of corruption and bad governance he speaks out against. On his influences, the singer comments;

Ibejii is influenced by all music styles. From Cuban music to Afro jazz to rock, pop and to bring it down to the contemporary dimension, a big influence is Fela. Others are Brymo, Asa and Marvin Gaye. Prince? I am a big lover of prince.


He has gone on to release more projects like Tribal Marks, Music Saved My Life (MSML) etc.

Click here to listen to Gonto.

Garey Godson drops his 4th studio project “Lucid Thoughts”

Garey Godson drops his 4th studio project Lucid Thoughts. The 6 track EP delivers a smooth blend of Afrofusion tunes as well as RnB and Trap-Drill elements. The opening track Shinning Black reaffirms negritude ideas with a short poem by 7-year-old Nylah performed at a Black Lives Matter protest in the UK.

The following track Macking Things is a laid back summer tune which paints pictures of a youngster who expresses a rather free form of relationships and encounters. Interestingly this record is placed before Tender which is an alluring tune hinged on rather sensual lyrics and a yearning for romance. This colorful contrast is evident in the lyrical approach and instrumentation.

This leads us to More Life which features the singer David Meli. The smooth delivery by Meli complimented by Godsons deep rap vocals creates a perfect blend. Next, comes a conscious drill infused number with Nigerian US based rapper and producer, DAP The Contract on Fast Lane. He rounds off the EP with  Kobain named after pop icon and Nirvana lead singer. He features Austrian-Nigerian rapper Law on this track. As mentioned by Garey

“Law and I wrote Kobain during the heat of the End Sars protest in Nigeria and the murder of George Flyod in the US”.

HKMK,Trabbey, Zion Beatz, Goldgod Midas, SJB productions can be credited for exceptional production. All tracks mixed and mastered by HKMK. Artwork illustrated by Ebube Onoh.



What’s new in Music this week? That’s the question we aim to answer. 

Jiggy Boyz FC frontier, Kida Kudz drops “Makaveli” ahead of his “Top Memba” album release

Jiggy Boyz FC Frontier, Kida Kudz drops “Makaveli” ahead of his “Top Memba” album release. This is the third single on the album. “Makaveli” is a follow up to his collaboration with Bella Shmurda on “Ball Till We Fall”. The singer shows no sign of stopping as he  has been dropping hot singles back to back. This song is no exception as he spits hard bars on this groovy Afro tune.

All my jiggaz anti-social
We don’t wanna waste hard vocals
Started from the ghetto now we global
Plenty kele dey for the mobile
Principal kicked me out of the lesson
Now they wanna see me in person
And you know that life is a lesson
No sir we no go beg for your mercy

Produced by Yinoluu. Click here to listen .


Mavin superstar Rema, wants to spread sexual vibrations with his new banger titled “Soundgasm”

Mavin superstar Rema, wants to spread sexual vibrations with his new banger titled “Soundgasm”.
Remmy Boy is back with fresh music, this time titled “Soundgasm”. He dropped “Bounce” not too long ago with post apocalyptic visuals and it is still buzzing. He shows he is too hot to stop as he is back with another scintillating tune “soundgasm”.

”Soundgasm” is derived from the combination of two words “sound” and “orgasm“. It’s literally sex translated into sound frequency. It’s a record that disposes spiritual vibrations and creates Euphoria through the ears.

Rema does not hold back on this song as he employs   seductive vocals and sultry lyrics to get you to ecstasy .

Yeah, yeah
Sexy love, what she need from a bad boy like me
Yeah, yeah
Sexy kisses, the thing that she end for my lips
Yeah, yeah
Man’s XXL is the only air that she breathe
And when I look into her eyes, I know that she can never get enough of me
Your body high me like lean
When we do it, skin to skin
And as you rush dey incrеase
I feel the drip inna your V
Shorty say she feeling sorе…

This song should definitely be added to your sex playlist. Produced by London. Click here to listen . The official music video for “Soundgasm” which consists of just him and a sexy dancer was directed by Bobby and Hanaford.




Let’s plug in and review freshly released music videos. 

Fast rising Mavin recruit Ayra Starr, delivers futuristic visual for “Sare”

Fast rising Mavin recruit, Ayra Starr delivers futuristic visual for “Sare”. This is a follow up to the visuals for “Away” and “DITR” released a few months back. “Sare” is the third track off her widely received eponymous EP. The track talks about her needing her lover to run down to her as soon as possible as she needs him badly.

This futuristic video set in the year 2098 takes us through an art exhibition consisting of pictures from Ayra’s  memories. As they are on go, a young man wanders off and stumbles upon the singer as she performs her song. The Ayra Starr EP is her first project and already, she is turning into a household name. Video directed by Lekan.

SperoachBeatz features DMW hitmakers, Peruzzi and Mayorkun on new single “Constantly”

DMW in-house producer, SperoachBeatz features DMW hitmakers, Peruzzi and Mayorkun on his new single “Constantly”. This new jam is highly addictive with upbeat instrumentals, melodies and wordplays. Listen here.

Amaka by 2face ft Peruzzi brought SperoachBeatz, real name Obi Prosper, to the limelight. He followed this up with another hit song “Assurance” by Davido. He has blown into one of the biggest producers in Nigeria with tracks like “Majesty”, “Risky” etc. working with the likes of Tekno, Skales and many others. He was Peruzzi’s personal producer and with Peruzzi’s employment into Davido’s label, he became affiliated with with the label too.

Mixing and Mastering by STG. The official video for this song was directed by TG Omori.



Our editors are hard at work everyday to bring your the best releases of the week. 

Looking at the Alte creative, Ashley Okoli taking the Nigeria fashion Industry by storm with her experimental styling

Ashley Okoli is a 22 year old Nigerian Model, YouTuber, Influencer and the CEO of Sillet by Ash. Her clothing line Sillet is a favourite across the altè crowd. She has styled several artists and is credited as a stylist and creative director for Santi‘s “Raw Dinner,” Nonso Amadi‘s “Comfortable,” Lady Donli’s “Corner” video among several others.

She describes her childhood as free with her never having to hide her expressive self. Once studying Chemistry in the University,  she dropped out to start her brand. She lived in her car for a bit while finding her feet. Being a victim of bullying for her distinct style, she credits her self awareness as her shield to accept her difference and uniqueness.

Her style is free and edgy and encourages people to follow their own paths no matter how least trodden it is. Okoli uses her style and trends in fashion to reach her target audience, by prompting her followers to engage with the positivity of her brand and style. She has developed a strong community for herself to push her brand and other brands affiliated with her.

Okoli doesn’t just push her brands, she also runs a vlog where she shares her opinions on various subject matters. She advocates for the inclusion of women in everyday social and economic activities and encourages girls to follow their dreams.

With this article, we come to the end of our Women’s series for Women’s History Month.  We hope you enjoyed this series as much as we did.

Shining the spotlight on award winning media personality and film maker, Kemi Adetiba

Hello music lovers, it’s another Wednesday dedicated to the celebration of exceptional Nigerian women throughout the month of March. We will be shining the spotlight on a Nigerian female filmmaker. Our focus today is on Kemi Adetiba, a household name in the Nigerian Movie and Media Industry. You can read the first and second articles from our Women series here.

Kemi Adetiba is an award-winning media personality, producer, director and cinematographer. She is the founder of Kemi Adetiba visuals and President of K-Alpha Innovations, a production company which specialises in directing music videos. Born to Mayen and Dele Adetiba on the 8th of Jan, 1980. She got introduced to the media industry as a young child accompanying her father, a radio DJ to events. She also headlined commercials for detergent brand, OMO at an early age. She graduated from the department of Law, University of Lagos in 2005. She would move further to study film making at the New York Film Academy in 2007 after some years spent presenting and producing on TV.

Starting her career with Rhythm FM as a radio presenter, she was the voice behind Soul’d Out and Sundays at the Seaside: two nationally syndicated hit shows. She transitioned from radio to television presenting and producing several shows on Mnet. She was also a presenter for Maltina Dance All for 3 consecutive seasons, HipHop World Awards, Soundcity TV.

Music videos she has directed includes; Banky W’s Lagos Party, Follow you go, Waje’s Onye, Niyola’s Love to Love you ft. Banky W, Toh Bad, Last Bus stop, Tiwa Savage’s My Darling, Wizkid’s Tease Me, Dagrin’s If I Die and a host of many others.

Kemi Adetiba’s short film Across a Bloodied Ocean was screened at the 2009 Pan African Film Festival and National Black Arts Festival.

On 8 September 2016, Kemi Adetiba’s first feature film “The Wedding Party” (a Nigerian Rom-com film) premiered opening night, at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), as the opening film of the City-to-City Spotlight and on the 26th of November at Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos. It quickly became the highest grossing film, a record which was broken in 2017 by its sequel.

In 2017 she was presenting the show “King Women” where she interviewed her mother Mayen Adetiba. Other former “King Women” included Chigurl, Ty Bello, Taiwo AjaiLycett and Tara Durotoye.

Her political crime thriller, King of Boys (2018)  grossed 245 million naira at Box Office. King of Boys became the Nigerian film with the highest number of awards at 2019 AMAA. The film got nine nominations and won three, which are NFVCB Best Nigerian Film, Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Best Actress in a Leading Role.

Some of the awards her works have won include Best Female Video for the song “Ekundayo” by TY Bello at the Soundcity TV Music Video Awards. Kemi was nominated for Best Music Video Director of the Year at  The Headies 2014. She won the City People Entertainment Award for Best Music Video Director Of The Year (2015) and a HNWOTY Award for Woman of the Year in Film and Television (2017).

We celebrate this pioneering woman director and film maker for her talent, versatility anddedication to telling our unique African stories globally. By the way, KOB 2 is soon to hit our screens. It is easily the most anticipated Nigerian movie right now.

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