2018 has been nothing short of amazing for the Alté Queen, headlining her own shows and doing us a couple of fire features. What better way to end the year than with a Classic?
Lady Donli’s latest Classic – featuring rapper Kida Kudz – premiered on the PGM Radio Show on Wednesday and is now out for consumption on all major platforms.
The song produced by Toye Aru gives great old school vibes and is truly Classic. Just like Magic.
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By The PGM Club — 2 years ago
Olamide took to his Instagram to announce his new project; a 6th studio album titled ‘The Glory’.
The album will be released on the same day as the third edition of his concert, ‘Olamide in Concert’ which is set to hold on 26th December, 2016.
‘The Glory’ will also feature already released singles such as ‘Who You Epp’.
Olamide maintains Hip-Hop as the main genre in this album like he did with his past three albums.
The third edition of the annual live concert, Olamide in Concert, is promised to be bigger and better than the previous editions. This year’s concert is tagged ‘OLIC 3 Beast Mode III’.
It will take place in Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos on 26 December, 2016 by 7pm.
By Eseosa BeloOsagie — 2 months ago
The streak of videos continues with the release of the visual for Rapid Fire. Santi’s found-footage, 90s Nollywood horror video style continues with this montage. The tagline at the end ‘Sorry, we don’t have any candles’ makes the video even more interesting.
Mixed reactions have come for this video (as usual). While some of us think this video is dope, there are others who (interestingly) are now sure that Alte is a cult.
If you have not watched the video, you should.
By The PGM Club — 7 months agoTY Bello releases COLD, a song that serves as a gentle reminder, a subtle nudge, and a quiet wake up call to social and civic responsibility. It carries in its rhythm, the honest pangs of the much-needed political revival the nation needs at the moment simply because we move on too quickly.“I know exactly where I was when the petrol tanker exploded in Lagos last week killing many.I immediately took stock of my entire family to be sure everyone was home safe. I remember the relief I felt and guilt that came right after. I wasn’t entitled to that relief.I remembered hundreds of people killed in Plateau state just days before and on and on I played similar tragedies in my mind. I was suddenly aware of my disconnect with the goings-on in the country and I felt numb, hard and cold.This song came a few minutes after the Otedola Bridge accident was broadcast on social media and I basically asked God to peel off the many layers I had shielded in my heart so that I could go on and be normal in the middle of the chaos that has become home to all.We’ve all learned to turn away from what we see as harsh realities for others. We’ve done this to protect our sanity but it has only taken away our humanity. WE MOVE ON TOO QUICKLY.This song is a wake-up call to me first and foremost, a cry for healing; a call to repentance and to remembrance. This song gave me the courage to pull out images I had made on a personal assignment to the northeast two years ago.I wanted to see for myself what was going on, so I spent time photographing different people affected by years of insurgency. I spoke with children, with wounded soldiers and families.My desire to make sincere work that would bring help to those who desperately need it made me photograph these individuals with my heart open and raw. I wasn’t nearly as strong as I thought I was and with time I slowly turned away from looking at and sharing the work, I slowly turned away looking for alternative ways to get involved.In the last week, I opened up the folders again and allowed my self-see my own images. It felt like an apt representation of the song. As a nation, I sense a very strong pressing in for the future. We must contend for it but I believe that somehow, we must address this coldness and that there really cannot be a future unless, in our hearts, we carry the weight of every Nigerian life.We are a nation truly in need of healing and an awakening. To move forward as we should, we must not forget to look back and right the wrongs. Every one of us. Somehow”.CREDITSProduced by Wilson Joel @musicmagnateMixed by Wilson Joel @musicMagnate and IBK Owolabi @itsibk_Mastered by IBK Owolabi @itsibk_Keys by George Ade-Alao @biggorgyPhotographed by TY BelloEdited by Taiwo Apatira @taiwo_jassyCreative Direction by Godson Ukaegbu @godsonukaegbu.