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The PGM Club presents World Music Day. Join us as we celebrate music.

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Join us as we feature guests on our Weekly show. 

Yinka Bernie, Joyce O discuss pain & premiere new single on PGM Radio

On this episode of The PGM Radio Show, we sat down with the talented and versatile creatives; Joyce Olong and Yinka Bernie. After an exclusive premiere of the new single, “It’s Okay To Cry” we discussed the process behind the making of new the song. Yinka shared some insights on going through pain and disappointment that almost made him quit music. Joyce also spoke about her poetry, Introversion and a new album she’s working on.

We also got a surprise visit from the super-gifted duo – The Cavemen. The pair of core instrumentalists have shared the stage with some notable names in the industry; including Bez, Femi Leye and Lady Donli. They shared some tidbits about their journey in the music industry and aspirations for the future, including plans for a new album before summer and a metropolitan tour.

Listen to the podcast to get the complete story.


People of Abuja, PGM Live is coming to your city on the 22nd of February at the Junkyard with Black Magic and Kaline. Come vibe with us.  It promises to be an unforgettable experience.


Kida Kudz, Somadina both drop Individual Projects on PGM Radio

On this new episode of the PGM Radio Show, we sit down with Talented UK-based Nigerian rapper; Kida Kudz and his amazing partner Tinika. We also had an online interview with fast rising British based singer; Somadina.

Kida Kudz who just got back into the country recently released a body of work he calls ‘Nasty’. Published under Disturbing London Records, the 10 track EP boasts of some wonderful records including; Feeling good and Tasty Time. Kida Kudz broke down the reason behind the EP, his process of making music, plans for the future and being a dad.

Somadina, a fast-rising singer, currently based in the UK, shared with us her musical beginnings, from opening for Odunsi to the release of her latest body of work; Five Stages. On the show she shares, how the grief of a close friend inspired the EP. She also links the popular psychological five stages of grief to the title of her EP.

Listen to the podcast to get the complete story.



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

Martyn Chika Introduces His Coming Trilogy With His “Paper Planes” EP

Burgeoning rapper Martyn Chika, is re-introducing himself to the Nigerian audience with his newly released EP “Paper Planes”. Surprisingly, this release is just a 6-track teaser off his upcoming trilogy project of the same title. 

The “Paper Planes” trilogy which is scheduled for release in the next few months will be a 3-part project with a total of 21 songs.

Entirely produced by Evan Beatz, this project is a diverse body of work that tells a coming-of-age-story of the 25-year-old Lagos based rapper. With a vivid storytelling, the self-ascribed ‘Lyrical Lion’ gives the listeners a quick tour around his creative mind and history across the six tracks. 

According to Chika,  “the songs on the trilogy are based on experiences and ideas I’ve had for a long time, but I’ve been unable to properly share. The Paper Planes Trilogy is about finally letting them go into the world. It’s very diverse and shows different aspects of my personality, so I really think that there’s something for everyone on the project.”

Bringing along his clean delivery, lyrical depth, and impressive rhythmic abilities, Martyn hopes to make his mark and leave a good first impression with this project.

Listen to the project above and let us know what you think. 

BankyOnDBeatz & Muyiwa Akhigbe drop ‘Hold You Down’ with Boom General

Still in the season of love, BankyOnDBeatz and Muyiwa Akhigbe are back with their third Afro-futurist team up titled ‘Hold You Down’. And on this record they bring along a guest, Boom General as they expand their freshly crafted sound to new frontiers.

Last year, the pair joined forces to craft a new sound which they introduced us to with ‘Outta My System’. They took it a step further with the well-received ‘Better’ and now they introduce us to another facet of the nascent and mutating sound.

Over the scintillating BankyOnDBeatz’ production, Muyiwa reassures his lover of his affection, letting her know he’s always got her back.

Boom General in the closing verse comes through with a scene-stealing feature coming through with his patios-laced verse wrapped in an airtight delivery. He finds a home in this dancehall influenced sound and he takes it home leaving a solid impression on first-time listeners.

The pair has made a promise of an adventurous sonic experience and with this new release, ‘Hold You Down’ they are making good on that promise.

Listen to the record here.

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

Mo’Believe Unveils Tracklist For Coming “Big Daddy Mo” EP

Just a couple of weeks back, Urban-Folklore singer Mo’Believe shared the devastating news that he had lost all his studio-equipment to a fire outbreak. Before that, the singer had been gearing up for the release of his much-teased EP, “Big Daddy Mo.” And much to our delight, the resolute singer isn’t letting that setback hinder the release of the project.

Just a few days ago, the singer shared the release date and tracklist of the coming project via his social media pages. According to the post, the 6-track EP which only guests Priceless AY would be released on Friday, March 6.

‘Big Daddy Mo,” his sophomore EP would come just two years after his well-received introductory release, “Ariwo Eko.”

Earlier in January, Mo’Believe gave us ‘Energy 2020’ which we thought to be the first taste of the coming EP. Although a very short and sweet affair, Mo delivers his 2020 manifesto over a fast-paced Audiomonkey-produced beat, spiced with African percussions.

Mo started the year with dreams, prayers and aspirations like the rest of us. And across this declarative track, he speaks them into existence and urges us to do the same.

Efe Oraka Joins Forces With M.I Abaga on ‘Zion’

Last week, Efe Oraka released her first single of 2020 featuring one of Nigeria’s most decorated rappers, M.I Abaga. This record titled ‘Zion’ is also one of the lead singles off her soon-to-be-released debut EP, “Magic.”

The first thing that gets you about the record is it’s beautiful cartoonish cover art. Then Efe’s stunning vocals come right after to blow you away completely over the soft-hitting DOZ-Tay Iwar production.  With beautiful writing, Efe turns her pain into poetry as she croons about the recent ordeals with her erring lover.

Intoxicated by sparkling affection, this lover made initial promises that he’s finding so hard to keep now and Efe Oraka is struggling to keep up with his inconsistencies. “I’m tired of trying….I’m so sick of trying” an obviously spent Efe sings. 

In a gruff and sexy voice, M.I comes to wrap up the song with an impressive verse that leads you straight to the repeat button.

Enjoy the record above. 



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

Ckay Brings Along Joeboy & Kuami Eugene On The Remix Of ‘Love Nwantiti’

In celebration of love today, February 14, Chocolate City act Ckay has released the remix of one of the fan-favorite cuts off “Ckay the First” EP.  And for this new rendition, he recruits a young and vibrant team of Ghanaian high-life and afrobeat singer-songwriter, Kuami Eugene and Nigeria’s wonderkid, Joeboy

Produced by a Tempoe-Ckay duo, the mid tempo love record sounds like everything you need to listen to as you partake in the celebrations of love this weekend. Joeboy who spent much of 2019 releasing solo materials shines across this track with a soft but brilliant delivery.

The video finds Ckay crooning to his love interest in a beautiful but candlelit room. It then follows him to the park with him chilling with his friends and loads of back up dancers and fine models.

Enjoy the video below.

Lady Donli Unveils Socially Conscious Visual For ‘Corner’

Lady Donli has finally released the visuals for ‘Corner’, one of the standout records off her debut albumEnjoy Your Life.” The love record in which Lady Donli points to an erring lover that she’s aware of his theatrics features VanJess and The Cavemen.

The Nollywood-inspired video was premiered a few hours ago on The FADER and it lends it voice to the growing discuss on the sex for grades topic in Nigerian Universities.

Speaking about the message-laden visual, the director Shaun Kalu says, “the most telling, being the intention to show that we (the younger generation) are well aware of societal and cultural issues — especially for women. I’m more than willing to inculcate that into the art.”

In the video Lady Donli is the amazon leading a charge for sexual liberty and standing against sexual assault, harassment and cohesion on campus.



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

PGM LIVE with BUJU, GiGi Atlantis & Solis

Friday, 31st January was our first edition of PGM Live in 2020 and it took place at the newly reopened BLD by Play on Admiralty Way.
Pushing Good Music Live intimate session featured the sassy Gigi Atlantis, the soulful Solis and the salient rising vocalist BUJU.
We also had surprise performances from Evelle, Willifmore (The Poet) and the DJs on the night were DJ Ibbie & DJ Honeeay.
The amazing performances electrified the audience and soon had everyone on their feet singing and dancing while sipping on Jameson Irish Whiskey.
In its usual fashion, before the performances kicked off, Douglas Jekan (PGM – Founder), welcomed fellow music lovers and spoke about the recent displacement of Tarkwa Bay residents and the PGM Club’s intention to raise funds for the affected victims. He also urged attendees to contribute whatever they can and to keep the conversation alive.
Thanks to all the donors, so far, we have raised N485, 000 (Naira).
If you wanna donate, please click this link
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Crayon Is Bound To Win Over Unbelievers With ‘Kpano’

When Mavin newbie Crayon released his debut and introductory “Cray Cray” EP, a lot of people didn’t know what to make of it. Undoubtedly, the boy had talent but many just couldn’t help seeing him in the shadow of Mavin’s golden boy, Rema.

Crayon was officially unveiled on Mavins’ Don Jazzy-led posse cut, ‘All is in Order’ that got people asking questions. A couple of weeks after, he also laid down a solid hook for Ladipoe’s fling with Afropop, ‘Based on Kpa’. 

But with ‘So Fine’ a standout cut off his EP, Crayon laid every doubt to rest about his talent delivering a soothing yet body-moving love number that radiates confidence rarely found in up and coming acts. And with a label with far-reaching tentacles like Mavin, Crayon’s name was everywhere yet the project recorded a middling success. 

Now, the singer has regrouped and is bent on winning over unbelievers with his first post-“Cray Cray” single, ‘Kpano’. 

Like most releases in this streaming-led climate, ‘Kpano’ is a very short but sweet affair, running just over two minutes of magic. On this stunner, the young singer needs no assists as he sounds super-charged crooning about his love interest over a heavily packed Ozedikus beat headed straight for the clubs.l

Steaming with overwhelming crossover potential, this might just be the spark Crayon needs to propel him to mainstream consciousness and perhaps dominance.

Enjoy the record above.

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