Teni has released the visuals for her latest raving single ‘Sugar Mummy‘, which has been gaining much traction on the airwaves. The Zanku-anthem, produced by Rexxie finds a belligerent Teni calling out for several challenges as the sugar mummy of the area.
The hilarious and street-themed video is directed by DK and filmed by Priorgold Pictures.
The video opens with Teni back by her goons dealing with an offender in standard street style. She soon finds herself in a supremacy battle against Eniola Badmus who also appears to be an area mama on the streets.
The battle which turns out to be an eating competition finds Teni conceding defeat in no time, as she finds herself no match for Eniola’s munching prowess. The video ends with Eniola Badmus walking away majestically with her due prize, the star boy of the area.
Enjoy this well directed hysterical video.
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By The PGM Club — 3 years ago
It’s the 4th of July, 2016 and all I have been listening to since I woke at 4.30am is the new mixtape from Santi (Ozzy B) titled Suzie’s Funeral… Wait for it.
Before I go further about the mixtape, I would like to reintroduce this young cat to you.
Ozzy B or Santi as he is now called is an alternative rapper/singer from Nigeria who combines different genres of music to produce his unique sound. He grew up with a passion for music starting at an early age after listening to his dad’s old records. He started acting at the age of 10 and went into music professionally at the age of 16. He dropped a mixtape in July 2011, which welcomed a lot of buzz and reviews as one of the best Mixtapes ever in Nigeria. He was also one of the ambassadors for Nokia of the successful 2012 ‘Don’t break the beat’ campaign alongside rappers Phenom and Muna. Wizkid also referred to Ozzy B as one of the best artists in Nigeria. Nigerian Icon M.I is also fond of the rapper Ozzy B labelling him as simply talented. In 2013 Ozzy B released a 12 track EP called the Birth of Santi, which was labeled a pioneer in the new generation of Nigerian music and now he drops his third and highly anticipated project called Suzie’s funeral.
The third project titled Suzie’s Funeral fuses Santi’s unique sounds and different genres of music and ultimately creates his own sound.
In his words, Santi describes this project as a journey through joy, trials, hard work, sadness and peace which all came together to create “Suzie”. The beauty of this project is the fact that it represents a strong statement about the next generation of artists coming from Nigeria.
The bulk of the production was kept close to home and done by Santi’s Monster Boys including Bankyondbeatz, GMK, and Genio Bambino. The project, on the other hand, features many new school acts including Tomi Thomas, Bris B, Odunsi, Omagz, Bad Bridge and Tay.
For the lyrical content, production and feel good factor when listening to this great piece of art, we at thepgmclub.com rate this project solid 8/10.
Suzie’s Funeral by SANTI, is available for download right here.
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By Victor Aderibigbe — 2 months ago
Myoa has released the visuals for her latest powerful single ‘You‘. This cinematic video was co-directed by Myoa and Will Darosa who was also the cinematographer and editor of the music video.
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By The PGM Club — 3 years ago
Welcome to PGM Sounds of the Week a series where we round up the music that currently makes up our playlist. In this edition, we have a little bit of everything, from Ozzy B to Saeon to Remy Baggins. Enjoy !
Ezi Emela – Chineke Meh
Ezi Emela is once again on our radar and this time she is back with another single that will grab your attention once you hear it. The new single is called Chineke Meh and it just had to make our playlist this week
Odunsi – Situationship ft Aylo
What a year, 2016 has been for Odunsi! His first release since his critically acclaimed EP Time of Our Lives, Situationship featuring Aylo, will leave you lost in the vibe. It’s one of our year-end favorites and was even in the top 5 most viral songs on Spotify worldwide this week.
AKA – The World is yours
AKA’s new single is an immediate favorite. The electro beat is mellow but still exciting and AKA as always packs a punch lyrically.
Ozzy B – Gangster Fear ft Odunsi
Suzie’s funeral is one of our favorite projects this year and it’s lead single, Gangster fear featuring Odunsi makes the playlist this week. This song is all sorts of wavy and it has a sick video to match.
J.Cole – Everybody Dies
With his 4th studio album, 4 Your Eyez Only, dropping today we just had to have a little Cole in our playlist this week. On Everybody dies, he flat out disses the so-called next generation of Hip-Hop, the ‘Lil-somethings’ as he put it. We eagerly await his album and advise that you get it as soon as it drops.
Moelogo – Rora Se ft Adekunle Gold
Moelogo’s Rora Se is an uplifting record, backed up by a smooth guitar and drum based instrumental. Moelogo and Adekunle Gold deliver an emotive and impressive collaborative effort on this one.
Remy Baggins – Want You
Want you’s sick fusion beat immediately stands out but Remy Baggins makes sure it wasn’t just about the beat balancing it out lyrically.
A dance track to set the tone for the Christmas season.
Benie Macauley & Tomi Thomas – The Parolz
What do you get when you match an audacious afro house beat from Benie Macauley with the immaculate and unique vocals of Tomi Thomas? Musical Magic, that’s what.
Saeon – Aii
Another Sizzler from the BoyChick, Saeon Moruda. Produced by DWill, this track has us anticipating her forthcoming project ‘Birth of The #BoyChick.’ we hope you enjoy it as much as we have.
SDC – BMW ft Funbi
SDC always take their time when releasing new material, but it’s always worth the wait. BMW is bedroom music supreme and they had Funbi spice it up.
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