Mannywellz discusses Daca, Racial Tensions in America and his new (EP) “MIRAGE” on PGM Radio!

We got a chance to exclusively speak to the amazing Mannywellz, a Nigerian American-based RnB & Soul artist who’s new ep Mirage is beautifully written, structured, and produced by himself.

Mannywellz spoke openly about his struggles as a Daca recipient, the racial tensions in America, and how this rollercoaster experience coupled with 2020 Covid-19, has inspired his new ep “Mirage.”

Listen to the full conversation here and stream Mirage right here.

Mirage Cover Art

Mirage Cover Art

PGM Radio Show: Burna Boy – Twice As Tall Exclusive 2020 Interview with Douglas Jekan

In this special edition of the PGM Radio Show, we had the African Giant Burna Boy on to explain the true meaning of his new album Twice As Tall and to give context to his rant on Twitter that “No One Paved the Way for Him”…amongst other topics.   Listen to the podcast on Apple podcast, Spotify, Soundcloud or watch the interview on YouTube


(1) One who uses their voice and platform to speak about the plight of his/her people and risk the chance of offending the money bag or
(2) One who will keep quiet and not talk about the problems in society in order not to offend the money but rather use his/her platform to amass wealth for themselves?

Please comment and let us know your choice.



PATORANKING breaks down new album THREE on PGM Radio

In this episode of the PGM Radio Show, Patoranking sat down with Douglas Jekan to discuss his journey from the Ghetto to the world stage and how his music has transcended borders, cultures, and the acknowledgment from the legendary Bob Marley family.  He also took the time to break down his latest album THREE and his fatherhood status.

Listen to the full episode here or on your preferred streaming platforms apple podcast, Spotify, or Soundcloud.

PGM RADIO: Tomi Thomas Premieres “Hopeless Romantic,” While Boj Discusses New Single “ABRACADABRA”

This week on the PGM Radio Show, Tomi Thomas stopped by the studio to discuss his new single “HOPELESS ROMANTIC” and the inspiration behind making the record.  He also talked about his personal experience of navigating COVID-19.

We also had Boj from the group DRB Lasgidi came to discuss his new single ABRACADABRA which features Davido & Mr. Eazi.  The single is suggested to lead up to a potential solo project release from Boj.  When asked if it will drop this year, listen to what he had to say…

Reminisce Breaks Down New Ep Inspired During Covid Lockdown

In this episode, Nigerian rap veteran Reminisce took out time to hang with us on PGM Radio and break down his new ep – vibes & Isha Allah – track by track to give us a better understanding of his state of mind and the inspiration behind the making of the project.

We also got a chance to listen to Fireboy DML’s new record ELI amongst other songs.

We are at the PGM Club hope that you all are keeping safe in this COVID-19 pandemic.  Please sanitize regularly and practice social distancing.

Amaarae is back on PGM Radio to discuss her new single “LEAVE ME ALONE.”

On this episode of The PGM Radio Show Podcast, we welcomed back the amazing Ghanaian Neo-Soul Princess; Amaarae.

Born Ama Serwah Genfi, Amaarae is currently enjoying massive airplay on her new single ‘Leave Me Alone’. On the show, she shared some insights on her musical journey so far, as well as her forthcoming debut album which would be a follow up to her 2017 E.P. ‘Passionfruit Summers’. Her long-awaited album is poised to feature some amazing production work and from a number of prolific producers.

The hugely talented singer also broke down her music process, influences, plans for the future, and her views on some pertinent social issues.

From all of us at The PGM Club, we strongly recommend you stream and add Amaarae’s new single LEAVE ME ALONE to your playlist.

Finally, we admonish everyone to wear your face marks if you absolutely need to go out and wash and sanitize your hands frequently.

The PGM Club would also continue to stand in solidarity with the Say #NoToRape Campaign.

listen to Amaarae’s Leave Me Alone here

RNB & Sex: Praiz Discusses His New EP “To The Moon” On PGM Radio

On this enthralling episode of The PGM Radio Show, we had the one and only Praiz – RnB’s finest – in the building.  The award-winning singer, songwriter, and producer  joined us on IG live to breakdown his latest body of work; an E.P. titled ‘To the Moon’

The six-track E.P. features collaborations with M.I Abaga, Ice Prince, Niyola, DJ Obi, and Kingxn and tells a story about lust, sex, and the drama that can unfold from it all.

We had a thoroughly enjoyable time, as he also broke down his music process, inspiration, and plans for the future.

We also listened to some lovely new music as always, from a number of talented acts.

Listen here on all major platforms

From all of us at The PGM Club, we admonish everyone to wear your face marks if you absolutely need to go out and wash and sanitize your hands frequently.

We at The PGM Club continue to stand in solidarity with the #SayNoToRape Campaign.

Stay Safe.

Amanda Iheme Shares Tips On How To Manage Mental Health On PGM Radio

Amanda Iheme, Founder of Nd!d!, a private practice that focuses on helping people suffering from mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, etc, came on the PGM Radio Show to discuss the signs of mental health deterioration and how to protect yourself from it, especially in this current global pandemic crisis.  She also touched on the trauma of rape and how victims can receive help.


PGM Radio Radio Hosts The Founder Of TechHer, Chioma Agwuegbo And The Amazing Ibejii Music

On this special episode of The PGM Radio Show, we had two amazing personalities in the house. We had a musician and an all-round entertainer; Ibejii and Chioma Agwuegbo; founder of TechHer on the show.

We started the show discussing with the indefatigable founder of TechHer; Chioma Agwuegbo. TechHer is a community that demystifies technology for women and applies technology to societal problems especially as they concern women. We discussed a plethora of issues confronting women in our society, with particular emphasis on rape and the Violence Against Persons Act that was passed into law but is hardly enforced in most parts of the country.

We also listened to some beautiful new music as always and this time we had the privilege to listen to Ibejii’s latest body of work; ílú ílú. He took time to break down the interpretation and inspiration behind the project, and also gave us a glimpse into his future plans. ílú ílú is blended intricately with African cultural stories and proverbs with the purpose of sparking curiosity into the true Nigerian and African heritage. This scintillating body of work is one that would definitely stand the test of time.

We at The PGM Club stand in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the Say #NoToRape Campaign.

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

Stay Safe.

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