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Another Year In ‘These Buhari Times’

We enjoyed Palmwine Music Vol 2 and The Collectiv3’s Live. Create. Repeat. but it’s time to reflect and figure out 2019.

Show Dem Camp is out with their first project of the year These Buhari Times. By now, SDC fans are familiar with their table-shaking Clone Wars projects and as the fourth instalment, These Buhari Times is no different.

The LP explores issues from internet fraud, lazy Nigerian youth-ing, fair weather friendships to toxic masculinity. The Spax-produced project, mixed and mastered by AudioGrease Monkey features Ladipoe, Vector, Tems, Cina Soul, Sir Dauda, M.I, Phlow, Dap The Contract and Rotex.

Start the year right, listen to These Buhari Times here.

Nostalgia With Phlow – Asuai Vol. 2

Hip-Hop artist Phlow released the follow up to her 2016 EP Asuai Vol. 2 on her birthday in September this year and we were blown away by the beauty that it brought with it.

PGM Radio Show with Phlow & Oma Mahmud

Female rap sensation Phlow came in to talk about her new and upcoming projects and she dropped mad punch lines with her new release 6Shots. Oma Mahmud was also in to premiere new music.

M:AD (Maka After Dark)

The evening was a great acquaintance with Nigerian Soul music and we can safely say that Maka has come and she’s not leaving anytime soon.

Submission: Maka & Phlow – No One

From our submissions archive comes an amazing collaboration between budding MC, Phlow and super talented singer Maka titled ‘No One’.

This beautiful love song has our ears and hearts here at the PGM club and we hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we do.

PHLOW: ASUAI – A MINI E.P.

‘Asuai,’ a brief but gripping mini-EP by Phlow, produced entirely by Swedish beatsmith, Ryko. ‘Asuai’ means ‘My Year’ in Ukwani, a dialect spoken by the Delta Igbos of Eastern Nigeria.

In a few tracks, a love rollercoaster story is told. One of a young girl falling in and out of love. It starts at the top of the ride where all seems good and rosy. The E.P. opens up with the head-over-heels vibe on “Little Girl, Big’Ole World” and “Building Walls” with the latter featuring striking imagery as “Want to colour you with all my thoughts”.

But like most rollercoaster rides with the loops and the huge drops, Phlow shows that the enjoyable side of love doesn’t last. There are surprises, unexpected twists and turns.

The relationship begins to crumble on “Cracked Windows” and there is the realisation that it was time to end the relationship on the ’80 inspired track, “The Exit”.

This E.P. has all of Phlow’s skills on full display with her story-driven and vibrantly written lyrics. ‘Asuai’ also boasts beats from Ryko’s ‘feng/shui’ tape. The fusion of Phlow and Ryko’s artistry takes up a new life with a unique type of sound.

We at thepgmclub.com hope you enjoy ‘Asuai”

https://soundcloud.com/phlowetry/phlow-asuai-mini-ep

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