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Vector Breaks Down CROSS ROAD (EP) & Paybac ACTIV8s on PGM Radio

On this episode of The PGM Radio Show, we had award-winning rapper Vector da viper and Headies nominee Paybac on the show.

We did a live listening of Vector’s new project with veteran music producer and certified music head; Masterkraft. A scintillating body of work titled ‘Crossroads’. They called on the virtuosity of DJ Neptune and DJ Magnum to deliver a truly profound EP. Vector also touched on some trending issues on the Nigerian Music scene and gave some relevant tips on navigating the industry, drawing from almost two decades of experience.

We also had Headie nominee; Paybac on IG and he talked about his recently released project; ‘Cult’, his plans for the future, and he also Vector to do an acapella version of his song, Activ8. He also offered some insights into his music process.

We listened to some new beautiful music from a bunch of talented acts as always.

From all of us at The PGM Club, we continue to admonish you to stay indoors, wear your face masks if you absolutely need to go out and wash and sanitize your hands.

Stay safe.

ACE PRODUCER – ADEY & PORH HARCOUT SON – KIIENKA FEATURE ON PGM RADIO

 

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.

This too will pass. Stay safe! 🙂

Naya Akanji & Phlow Discuss Their Individual Projects On (PGM RADIO)

On this special episode of The PGM Radio Show, we had two very gifted female acts on the show.

We had the hard-hitting lyricist; Phlow and the delectable Naya Akanji on set.

Phlow who has graced several hip hop platforms and has released numerous bodies of work spoke to us about her experience working with Alpha Ojini on the Marmalade project. , she also talked about remaining relevant in a male-dominated music genre and shared some insightful tips on weathering distractions and her plans for the future.

Naya Akanji, the super talented singer, whose voice has been described as a ‘powerful mezzo-soprano’ joined us to discuss her journey through music, early influences, and plans for the future. The singer also shared some very important advice that has helped her on her ongoing journey to stardom. She’s definitely one to watch out for.

Listen to the podcast to get the complete gist.

Stream Phlow’s Marmalade projects here and Naya Akanji’s Vivid Emotions here.

From all of us at The PGM Club, we urge you to maintain social distancing, wear face masks, and wash your hands. Together, we will defeat this raging pandemic.

Reekado Banks & Kwesi Arthur feature on PGM Radio (IG LIVE)

On this edition of The PGM Radio Show, we had an IG Live session with Ghanaian rapper and recording artist; Kwesi Arthur. The BET nominated artist talked about his recent release, Turn On The Lights, musical journey, influences, and plans for the future as regards putting Tema his hometown in Ghana on the global map.

We also sat down with Afro-pop singing sensation; Reekado Banks to discuss the release of his latest single ‘Options‘ featuring Parker Ighile and his plans for the future. We also spoke about his musical journey so far, after leaving the stables of Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records and floating his own label.

Listen to the podcast to get the full story.

From all of us at The PGM Club, we admonish you to stay safe and remain indoors.  Always wear a face mask and sanitize your hands, if you absolutely need to step out. Together we will fight this pandemic to a standstill.

Oxlade, Etuk Ubong premiere new projects on PGM Radio (Quarantine Edition)

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.

Listen to the podcast to get the complete story.

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. Together we will fight this pandemic to a standstill.

Garey Godson Premieres New Project – ‘STILL I RISE’ (PODCAST)

On this very special edition of The PGM Radio Show, we practiced social distancing due to the ongoing corona pandemic and held an online PGM Radio Show session on Instagram and Zoom with Nigerian born artist and record producer Garey Godson who is based in Berlin, Germany.

We exclusively premiered and talked about his soon to be released album titled ‘Still I Rise’- A project inspired by legendary poet and artist; Maya Angelou. Borrowing the title of one of her more famous poems. We also discussed the inherent vicissitudes of life, resilience, self-love, and beauty in the midst of chaos. And finally, we touched on his music production process, influences and possible collaborations in the works.

Listen to the podcast to get the full story.

The album ‘Still I Rise‘ drops on Saturday, March 28th, 2020.

From all of us at The PGM Club, we admonish you to stay indoors, wear face marks, wash and sanitize your hands. Together we will fight this pandemic to a standstill.

PGM Radio Show Curates A Special Playlist Titled – Listen To Women

Welcome to a brand new episode of your favorite Radio Show; The PGM Radio Show, where we push Good Music.
In this episode, we continued our month-long discussions in celebration of Women’s History Month. We had members of the club pitch in their thoughts and ideas on the music put out by women in the music industry. To this end, our ladies curated a playlist of awesome music put out by female artists in recent times. The playlist is available exclusively on Apple’s iTunes.
Click here to listen to the full playlist –  Listen To Women Playlist
Finally, please remember to wash your hands and avoid large gatherings of people. Together, we will beat this new Pandemic ripping through the world.

PGM Radio Discusses “Positive & Negative Effects of Lyrics on Society”

In this episode of the PGM Radio Show, we continue our discussions in celebration of Women’s History Month; and this week our focus was on The Positive & Negative Effects of Lyrics on Society especially as regards women, appearance and the promotion of infidelity.

Highlighting some popular songs by well-known artists such as 2 Baba, Tiwa Savage, Mo Hits, MI, Olamide and other household names, we dissected their lyrics and proposed ways of promoting the right attitude and culture in the Nigerian music industry.

Listen to the podcast and give us your feedback.

PGM Radio Discusses Patriarchy in Nigerian Music Scene And Lyrics

 

On this special episode of the PGM Radio Show, in celebration of Women’s History month; we hosted the amazing team from Femme Africa. We sat down to discuss the Nigerian music scene and its affinity to patriarchy.

Dissecting the lyrics of a popular Nigerian rapper, we delved into the world of feminism and its inherent clamor for equality across genders. Beginning with word definitions, we also discussed the term ‘Misogyny’ as opposed to ‘sexism’, its misconceptions and real-life applications.

Drawing opinions from our hosts and members of the club, we had an intense, yet truly informative session.

In furtherance of our strong support and belief in feminism, we will be continuing these conversations throughout the month of March. Next week we shall be having some really interesting guests, so tune in next week Wednesday, by 10 pm to follow the conversation on The Beat 99.9 FM.

Listen to the podcast to get the full story.

Deena Ade & WeTalkSound Respectively Drop New Music on PGM Radio

In this episode of The PGM Radio show, we had several amazing acts in the building. The hugely talented Deena Ade broke down her Musical Journey; drawing inspiration from Erykah Badu, her sound, her new single; ‘Cruising At Your Altitude’ and plans for the future.

We also had the talented crew of We Talk Sound; this amazing collective of music lovers including sound engineers, web developers, producers, rappers, vocalists and publicists, exemplify the cliche; ‘Two heads are better than one’ in more ways than one.

In the last two years, they have put out three projects and they have arguably become the biggest collaborative album series in the country. Titled LOFN 3, they call on the lyrical prowess of Vader, Meji, Dwin, Yinka and the soothing vocals of Jola Bello, plus a host of other talented artists to deliver a thoroughly enjoyable project.

They also spoke about the process of selecting songs for the project and properly introduced us to Meji and Jola Bello. Two budding acts to definitely watch out for.

To cap it off, we had a live freestyle session with Meji, Vader and an incredibly gifted female rapper doing justice to a J Cole beat.

Listen to the podcast to get the complete gist.

To watch the freestyle click here

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