Would you like to know why Mr. Eazi almost turned down the opportunity to sign with Starboy Wizkid? Or perhaps why he feels that he may not be in the music business for very long?
In the second episode of The PGM session, Douglas Jekan sat down with Mr. Eazi as he highlighted his relationship with Wizkid, discussed lessons on artist management, the creative process behind the hit track ‘Ohema’, future plans etc.
Hope you enjoy watching it and please feel free to drop a comment.
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By The PGM Club — 1 year agoFriday, 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 linkTHE NEXT PGM LIVE ON FEB 22, 2020 (ABUJA)About The PGM ClubThe PGM Club is a leading platform for unearthing and showcasing genuinely talented musicians with good music. Our believe is that good music should be embraced as an art that not only promotes freedom of expression and stimulates the mind, but also promotes self-awareness and consciousness.For more information email firstname.lastname@example.orgAnd, follow the club on all social – @thepgmclubPost Views: 428
By The PGM Club — 4 years ago
The sixth edition of the PGM Live came with a ‘bang bang’ that was better than ever. Showcasing (SDC) Show Dem Camp as our headliners, the show was lit from the get-go, but before we dive in, here’s a bit of reintroduction of the PGM Club.
The Push Good Music Club (PGM Club) comes with love to help unearth, nurture and promote emerging and established talents across the world.
The PGM is an idea that exists to Push Good Music; To be liberated within oneself to do amazing things, and create great content.
Now we are here at the sixth edition of The PGM Live staring Show Dem Camp (SDC) with support from Boj, Funbi, Ajebutter, Tomi Thomas, Idris King and other great acts. The show was the first premiere live performance of SDC’s new project Palm wine Music Vol.1, an EP with a mix of highlife and afrobeat.
The show brought together a great audience that mingled with the artists before they took the stage and yes, the energy in the room was epic!
It was indeed a night to remember.
Below is a one-minute video that gives you a slight hint of what took place on the night.
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