In this episode of the PGM Radio Show, Patoranking sat down with Douglas Jekan to discuss his journey from the Ghetto to the world stage and how his music has transcended borders, cultures, and the acknowledgment from the legendary Bob Marley family. He also took the time to break down his latest album THREE and his fatherhood status.
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Welcome to another edition of The PGM Radio Show. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we had an online session, with members of the club joining in via Zoom and Instagram Live. It was an unforgettable experience.
We had two amazing acts on the show; first, we had Etuk Ubong, trumpeter and composer of international repute in the ‘building’. We talked about his new album, titled ‘Africa Today’ slated for release later in June this year. He also gave us an exclusive listen to the first single of his album titled Purpose Of Creation which explores themes of injustice and spirituality while blending a mix of afrobeat, highlife, and jazz to create a wonderful symphony. A type of sound he calls ‘Earth music’.
Next, we had a listen to one of the most beautiful albums out this year. Oxygene! By talented act; Oxlade. This body of work which boasts of amazing songs such as O2, weakness and away promises to be on the charts for a long while.
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In this episode of The PGM Radio Show, Douglas Jekan had an IG live interview with two amazing artists. We had the amiable Adey; record producer and certified music head, and rising young talent from Port Harcourt; Kiienka.
Adey played us his new tape titled AKIBA and shared some valuable insights on his journey working with Odunsi, Santi, and the rest of the Monster Boys, as well as with the young L.O.S boys (Tomi Thomas, Zamir, Bridge & Bris). He also shared some key lessons he learned working with Ycee and Tinny of Tinny Entertainment and how he currently navigates the Nigerian Music industry.
Our second guest was a young act called Kiienka who recently released a body of work titled ‘Spaceman 2.0’. The mixtape which features Psycho YP and Libianca is a follow up to his previous project titled Spaceman and is an 8 tracks project laced with heavy trap beats and flows that show influences from Travis Scott and Don Toliver.
We also listened to some beautiful music from new acts and introduced new music as always.
From all of us at The PGM Club, we continue to admonish you to stay indoors, wear face marks if you absolutely need to go out, wash and sanitize your hands frequently.
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