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PGM Radio Show with Basket Mouth & Femi leye

Basket Mouth talks about what makes him different from others and Femi Leye explains the making of the Ekabo Live Album.

PGM Radio Show with Tomisin (Lucid Lemon), Uzi, Elbama (MTV) & Nosa (Trace)

This episode of the PGM Radio Show featured the young genius Tomisin, founder of Lucid Lemons and we discussed Lemon Curd 2.0.  Uzikwendu also came through to discuss his new single featuring Dremo, and Nosa (Trace TV) & Elbama (MTV Base) debated the payola topic with us.

The PGM Radio Show with Ruby, Boj, Boogey (Part.1)

This episode of the PGM radio show had Boogey stop by to premiere his new record, Boj hinted dropping a double Ep soon and Ruby gave us a sneak listen into her new single that is about to scatter the clubs!! Plus your weekly dose of #theshredder.

The PGM Radio Show (Podcast) with Reinhard, Loose Kaynon, Koker, Classiq & Saszy (Pt1)

On this week’s edition of the PGM Radio Show, we touched on the trending topic of Dammy Krane’s arrest for credit card fraud and we also discovered new sounds from @saszy_afroshii – Ounje, @reinhard_tega – Mr. Ayinde & @iam_koker – Wavy
Hosted by: @douglasJekan with @sammywalsh & @citymonstar
Guests: @loosekaynon, @classiq_

The PGM Radio Show Ep 5 (Pt 1) Feat Poe, Odunsi, Nonso Amadi, Yinka Bernie, Seyi Shay.mp3

The 5th episode of the PGM Radio Show features Poe (@ladipoe), who talks about his new family Mavin Records, Odunsi the Engine (@odunsitheengine) & Nonso Amadi (@nonsoamadi), who both collaborated on an Ep called ‘War’, and  Yinka Bernie and Seyi Shay, who stopped by to give us an exclusive.

Trust me, you wanna press play and listen in

The PGM Radio Show (Ep 4), featuring Myoa & Idris King

This episode features Myoa, who came all the way from Houston Texas to grace the stage for the launch of the PGM Live Show in January 2017.

The show also features the young hip-hop sensation and co-founder of The 90’s Baby Movement, Idris King.

Also, a discussion ensued over the alleged fracas between Ice Prince Zamani & Davido, raising the following questions:

1.) Should artists really be worrying about who closes the show at a concert?

2.)  Does it really matter who closes the performance at the event?

3.)  Do these things connote respect?

Listen in guys and have a blast !!!

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