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PGM Radio Show Hosts Oma Mahmud & Eri Ife

In this episode, we caught up with Oma Mahmud who walked us through his evolution as an afro-beat/afro-funk rocker and the influences that have played a part in that journey.

We also caught the chance to discuss with one of Ibadan’s promising talents Eri Ife and how his new single turned into a bizarre marriage proposal and subsequently the tying of nuptials.  It left us all confused….

Watch this space as we dig for more insight.

Push Good Music Radio Show With Ill Bliss & TeckZilla

Ill Bliss and Teckzilla team up to create an amazing hip-hop Ep titled ‘IllzZilla’ and they stopped by on the Push GoodMusic Radio Show to discuss the inspiration behind the development process

Blaqbonez Unveils Slick Visuals For ‘Play Remix’ Featuring Ycee

Fast Rising rapper, Blaqbonez has released the visuals for his latest single, ‘Play Remix’ featuring Ycee. This is the official remix to one of the highlights off Blaqbonez’s well-received album, “Bad Boy Blaq” which was released as the final project in the LAMB August campaign last year.


This single officially kicks off the roll-out of his forthcoming all-star cast project “Bad Boy Blaq – Re-Up” which is scheduled for release next week Friday, February 8, 2019. This project is set to feature appearances from  Ycee, Dremo, Prettyboy DO, BOJ, PsychoYP, Moelogo, Ckay, and seasoned rapper, Vector.


On ‘Play Remix’, Blaqbonez teams up with Ycee to deliver a refreshing rendition of his last album’s lead single.  On the record, the rappers deliver new solid verses and smooth flows over the unchanged beat and chorus.


The video directed by budding director The Myth features cameo appearances from Fresh L, Terri-RYN and Alpha Ogini who also mixed and mastered the record. Set in a house party, Blaqbonez and Ycee can be seen just having fun in the video. It, however, ends with Blaqbonez getting played after eyeing and ‘setting P’ with a chic all night long.


Fun Fact: This is BlaqBonez first official music video.




Listen To BarelyAnyHook’s Trippy Tune ‘Line Up’

BarelyAnyHook has kicked off the year with a fresh single titled ‘Line Up’. He premiered this record on the PGM Radio show with Douglas Jekan, CityMonsta and D-Truce on Wednesday, January 30. On the show, he revealed that he actually started out as a…

Dusten Truce and BarelyAnyHook on the Push Good Music Radio Show

Dusten Truce stopped by to discuss and premiere his debut album (2 Birds, 1 Stone) with the PGM fam.  The album which took 2years to make had a lot of memories and soul in it…And, BarelyAnyHook also came through…

PGM Radio Show with Niniola & Deena

In this episode, Niniola and Deena Ade discuss their style of music, the inspiration behind it and Deena opens up on how Niniola has inspired her with her music.

PGM Radio Show With Amaarae

In this episode, Amaarae stops by at the PGM Club Radio Show to discuss her first performance trip to Lagos, her music and it’s purpose and she also gave us a sneak prelisten into unreleased new music with her and Wande Coal.


Deena Ade & Bella Alubo Are No Holds Barred – Savage

In June, Deena Ade released Melo as a teaser for her debut album and in May, she released the project The Cries of My Subconscious, the second full body of work from the artist since her 2016 EP Side Chic. 

Illusions by Leriq & Tomi Thomas (Review)

Love is a beautiful thing, with the right partner love conquers all, so they say.

Every generation of artists usually take on the topic of Love & Heartbreak, Love is the theme in RnB, there’s a song to help prepare you for your first dates, for the serenading nights, for the memories to be made.

A wise man once said ‘All good things must come to an end’

If love is fuel that takes a couple to cloud nine and beyond then Heartbreak is the failed engine causing the plane to crash.

Love coexists with heartbreak, as long as there are people in love, there will always be heartbreak lurking in the shadows waiting to come to light and in turn creating a place for artists to pour their hearts out and an audience waiting to connect with the artists to help them feel better. Most times the audience carry their heartbreaks on their sleeves while some choose to play it cool.

This is where I am with Illusions an EP by Leriq and Tomi Thomas. An album fueled by love, lust, heartbreak and more.

Over the last couple of years, Leriq has been one of the most brilliant producers coming out of Nigeria, Africa.  His production work with Burna boy, Mojeed, Pucado, Ozone’s project speaks volume. However that same volume has failed to be present in his last 2 solo projects on the other is Tomi Thomas who has been a star to watch out for since his secondary days with boyband LOS, his versatility sets him apart, with each project Tomi takes on different challenges, different genres.

Tomi is best described as the artist with the soul of an old Kanye West song and the energy of a prime Rooney. If plot 49 was the perception that Tomi Thomas could be one of the most versatile artists to be reckoned with, Illusions is Tomi Thomas using his vocals as the focal point to connect to the audience. Leriq’s ability to infuse various genres together and make the production simple yet classy.

The EP places Tomi’s vocals at the center of it all and Leriq’s production at the backseat providing support.

‘I never thought you could be so cold, and my nights got darker even since you gone’

The EP starts off disgruntled, Tomi expresses his frustration for his partner’s departure on Thru the Fire. His vocal and energetic patois delivery is what strings the track, Tomi’s ability to switch from one mood to another is what makes him a robust artist, when the tempo is set, he allows himself to sink deep into the lines, he has the ability to make every line sound like he’s reliving the burden, taking the listeners through the emotions this is evident on All for Love, Breaking it off.

Tomi’s reggae delivery on Hammer was pleasing to the ears. Tomi’s real feat is his voice control, the ability to go high swiftly, and downtempo.

I love Tomi’s versatility, his ability to switch up the genre is brilliant but in the process of showing off his versatility It’s easy for one to get lost in the process, he bounces from lust to love to heartbreak, too much of everything is indeed an overkill.

This EP showcases Tomi Thomas’s hunger for exploration, while always experimenting various sounds to test his limits.


Essential Tracks: Hammer, All for Love, #Instachewies

M.I host PGM Radio Show (Yxng Dxnzl Playlistening)

This is the first time we got an artist to host the PGM Radio Show and according to our verdict, M.I did pretty well.  In this video, M.I went through motions and explained the pressures of recording the Yxng Dxnzl album and the lessons learned from it.

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