When 2Face and Peruzzi came on to tell us all about Amaka’s disappointment, we all judged her. Nobody asked Amaka her side of the story.
Well, Aramide has remedied that with the release of her cover version, Emeka. As you would expect, Amaka’s man is really not as blameless as we thought and in this soulful cover, Aramide is spilling all the tea on Emeka’s less than stellar track record and we love it.
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Lately, several African artists have been drifting from the norm and exploring other genres of music – We at the PGM Club embrace the freedom of expression in music, wholeheartedly.
Fasina’s ‘tomorrow’ produced by Yinoluu, who also produced Ayüü’s ‘4uü’, and is on the rise known for constructing his sounds to merge with the balance and form of the artist’s voice and sound, is a classic example. This new single is breezy and has a warm, indie flow, completely different from his last single, 5 Star
The vibe is everything you need for the summer. His many references to Nigerian slangs such as ‘Warri no dey carry last’ makes the song as a whole very Afrocentric! And adds a comic twist to what started off as a heartbreak song.
It’s the typical love story, many of us may find ourselves relating to this song. Fasina explains the complications of falling in love, the familiar drake line ‘feelings change’ pulls on many heart strings.
Nevertheless, despite the endless circle of back and forth as he explains, he’s just not ready to let go. Sounds familiar, right?
Hopefulness is bliss, the title ‘tomorrow’ is filled with the intent of anticipation.
We at The PGM Club recommend you give tomorrow a chance and spread the word to other good music lovers.
Credits: Adedayo Laketu, Lydia Gahan, Douglas Jekan
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By The PGM Club — 2 years ago
Manchester born singing sensation Ezi Emela has a diverse network of influences. Born to Nigerian parents, the British songstress has kept a tight grasp on her African heritage and takes the shining elements of UK culture to create her brand new single ‘No Lele’, the visuals for which have just premiered on VEVO.
By The PGM Club — 5 months ago
This time around (precisely one month after) he has released the second single to his solo project which is called Contagious and is rumored to be released later this year. The single which was produced by renowned producer Shizzi is a fusion of Fuji music – which is a popular sub-genre in Nigeria and Pop music.
Do listen and let us know your thoughts