#PGM Sounds Of Christmas

Christmas is here! And as such our PGM Sounds of the week have chosen to reflect the season.
This week we at thepgmclub have curated 10 Christmas classics to make up our Sounds of Christmas edition.
With the perfect blend of Nigerian and foreign songs, the playlist includes Jinmi Abduls, Omolara and Ariana Grande


Jinmi Abduls – Lagos Christmas
Jinmi teams up with Remy Baggins to create a song for the Lgaos Christmas experience. An instant favorite and an amazing song.

Myoa – O Holy Night
Myoa expertly delivers her own take on the Christmas classic Silent Night and we atthepgmclub love it.

Waje & Omawummi – Christmas = Jollification
This Nigerian Christmas classic sees two vocal powerhouses in Waje and Omawummi team up to describe the unique Nigerian Christmas experience on a banging Del B instrumental. If this doesn’t get you in the Christmas groove, nothing will.

Cobhams Asuquo – Star of Wonder
On this beautiful song, Cobhams uses his amazing voice to remind the world about the true essence of Christmas. Very good music.

Tolu – Silent Night ft Tiwa Savage
Tolu and Tiwa Savage, singing Silent Night ? Yes please. Two amazing vocalists give their own take on the classic Christmas car and the result is a delight to the ears.

Omolara – Give Me Christmas
Up Tempo, groovy and with an amazing Christmas message. A Christmas classic for the ages from Omolara.

Ariana Grande – Wit It This Christmas
Taken off her surprise Christmas EP, Christmas and Chill, Ariana’s subtle vocals will get you all rev’d up for fun this Christmas.

Justin Bieber – Under the Mistletoe
Despite all the drama, one undeniable fact is that Justin Bieber is a supreme talent and his amazing voice delivers what has now become a Christmas classic in Under the Mistletoe

All the songs in this article can be streamed from our playlist.

Happy Holidays from everyone here at thepgmclub.

The PGM Club

The PGM Club

Computer Engineer by day, Music buff by night. Night crawler. Seeker of interesting new sounds.


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