Fresh on D’watchlist is Saszy (@saszy_afroshii). There’s not a lot we know about her just yet, but one thing is certain, she does have an interesting sound.
Tune into the PGM Radio Show on Wednesday, June 7th at 10 PM on The Beat 99.9 Fm and find out more about her.
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By The PGM Club — 2 years ago
Burgeoning alternative sensation, Eri Ife has released a new single titled ‘Let Me‘ featuring Wapo. This is his first offering since the double release “November” which surfaced on the last day of the month it was titled after last year.
This record is produced and engineered by JayTrix (PsychoTerror) who provides a smooth blend of Afro-pop, folk and Congolese Rumba.
‘Let Me’ is a groovy tune which is rich in both Western and African instrumentation, with cool percussions, a stifling bassline, and piercing guitar riffs. Over the scintillating production, Eri Ife and WaPo provide a love number, professing love and affection to a lady who they hope to deliver from the effects of the toxic relationship she is currently in. The pair both promise to treat the scarred lady way better if allowed to.
This is indeed a very lovable tune that reinforces Eri Ife’ s position as one of the acts to look out for this year.Post Views: 1,349
By Victor Aderibigbe — 1 year ago
100 Crowns‘ flagship artist, Blaqbonez has released his long-promised EP, “Mr. Boombastic.” Just yesterday, the belligerent rapper dropped a comical 4-minute freestyle directed at Kanye West and Davolee who had taken shots at him a while back. This new project comes about eight months after “Bad Boy Blaq Re-Up” which was released to good reviews in February.
With this EP, Blaqbonez fully unveils his Mr Boombastic persona, a more pop-leaning, patios-speaking, and ragga-loving alter-ego. However, there are still flashes of lyrically-shrewd Blaqbonez throughout this tape. The EP contains just 7 tracks, including its pre-released lead single, ‘Shut Up‘ in which he had a few choice words for his detractors and naysayers. The project also features stellar appearances from Falz and the much-missed Blackmagic.
Listen to the tape above and tell us what you think.Post Views: 332
By Eseosa BeloOsagie — 2 years ago
This writer discovered Adomaa last night exploring SoundCloud and well, Wow.
Joy Onyinyechukwu Adomaa Serwaa Adjeman is a Nigerian-Ghanaian Afro Jazz/Soul singer that makes absolutely beautiful music. Adomaa is the first of five children and she was born in Kaduna, moving to Ghana in 2004, where she’s been since.
Adomaa caught Ghana’s attention in 2015 when her YouTube video Evolution of GH Music went viral on social media. The video is a short history lesson on the movement of Ghanaian sampling hits from the likes of Osibisa, Rex Omar, ET Mensah and Reggie Rockstone. Adomaa’s unique spin on the evolution of Ghanaian music turned her into an overnight sensation. The same year she released another cover/mashup of Stonebwoy’s Baafira and Sarkodie’s Adonai and this time, Stonebwoy had to pay attention to Adomaa. The following year, the singer dropped her debut EP Afraba and everyone realized there is way more to this artist than covers and mashups. In 2017, Adomaa surprised her fans with her rap skills with her song April Fool, poured out her frustrations about people treating her like a robot on When It Swings (off her compilation of journal entries Letters To Joy) and then found sweet, sweet love with BRA.
The singer is continuing her streak with the release of the project Adomaa vs. Adomaa, a project that features two 7-track EPs released on the 8th and 20th respectively. The first half of the EP called Adomaa vs Adomaa (Taiye) sees the singer explore the mainstream Dancehall, Highlife and Afrobeats sounds of Ghana and this side features additional vocals from Stonebwoy, Ko-Jo Cue, and Reynolds TheGentleman who also produced all the songs on this side except the lead single Identity which was produced by Juls. Part two of this project is called Adomaa and this sees the singer chart more familiar Jazz, Soul and R&B waters with features from Wanlov The Kubolor and Worlaxi. The singer also revives her rapping alter-ego on two of the songs on this side.
Adomaa is a gem The PGM Club is happy to have found.Post Views: 782