Claim Ownership

Author:

Subscribed: 0Played: 0
Share

Description

 Episodes
Reverse
Timaya's debut album, "True Story, " is about passion and pain. Bursting into the music scene in 2007, Timaya gave music listeners were given the whole experience of the mind and world of this Bayelsa-born, Port Harcourt raised singer with an 11-track album that many call a cult classic.Follow @amusicintime on Twitter and Instagram. Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter.For fan mail: info@amusicintime.com.For ads: info@visualaudiotimes.com.
“The Unstoppable International Edition”, released in 2010, is one of 2Baba’s most enthralling body of work; with just 13 songs, the veteran musician conveys emotion, passion and his truth, delivering amazing vocals on sonically pleasing production. We’re calling it a classic.Follow @amusicintime on Twitter and Instagram. Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter.For fan mail: info@amusicintime.com.For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com.
Olu Maintain's solo debut, aptly titled "Maintain Reloaded", is a bag of hits and quintessential Nigerian Pop songs. With help and influence from legendary producer Puffy T, features from Pasuma Wonder, Konga, LKT and Lord of Ajasa and a mega-hit single "Yahoozee", the album ranks high among the classics.Follow @amusicintime on Twitter and Instagram. Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter.For fan mail: info@amusicintime.com.For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com.
In this episode of A Music In Time, Osagie Alonge sits with Dr SID as they breakdown the veteran artiste’s solo debut and the chart-topping debut “Turning Point”. Dr SID also goes down memory lane, detailing his emergence on the scene via his first music crew Da Trybe.Follow @amusicintime on Twitter and Instagram. Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter.For fan mail: info@amusicintime.com.For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com.
In 1999, Tony Tetuila parted ways with his group, The Remedies, and released his debut album with help from producer Paul Play. “Morning Time” is regarded as a foundational album for Afrobeats music. Ayomide Tayo joins host Osagie Alonge for this breakdown. Follow @amusicintime on Twitter.Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter.For fan mail: info@amusicintime.com.For ads: info@visualaudiotimes.com.
"Merchants, Dealers and Slaves" might be Brymo's third studio album, but it's his first classic. Possibly inspired by his bitter departure from his former record label, MD&S shows Brymo's at his darkest moment even when the album electrifies us with the instrumentation and sarcastic ironies.Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintimeSign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletterFor fan mail: info@amusicintime.comFor ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
The Journey: Darey

The Journey: Darey

2021-02-0603:08:02

Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintimeSign up to our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletterFor fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.comFor ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
When Lord of Ajasa released his sophomore album "Second Turning By The Right" in 2008, it immediately became the soundtrack to a very notorious hustle across Nigeria's South-West. Osagie Alonge sits with journalist Motolani Alake and music label executive Segun Akande to discuss the impact of this stellar body of work and why it's not as celebrated as it should be. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up to our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
If there's one album that personifies Nigerian Hip-Hop in the mid-2000s, it has to be Ruggedman's sophomore "Ruggedy Baba". Osagie Alonge enlists the help of journalists Steve Dede and Ayomide Tayo to break down the album. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
Faze's sophomore album is the definition of the quintessential Nigerian R&B sound. Osagie is joined by industry veterans Chuka Obi and Obinna Agwu to break down this beautiful body of work. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
On this episode, Osagie sits down with journalists Ayomide Tayo and Jide Taiwo to breakdown the late Dagrin's sophomore album "C.E.O". Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
On this episode, Osagie is joined by A&R Consultant Chux Odoh and music journalist Dennis Peter as they breakdown the 2004 classic solo debut from 2face '2Baba' Idibia titled "Face 2 Face". Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
Osagie sits with Temi Gomez, 1/3 of the founding members of the music and creative company Knighthouse. Gomez shares the back story on Knighthouse; from the early beginnings to how it became one of the most talked-about music companies in Nigeria with an eventual centre focus on the then Princess of Pop Music - Mo'Cheddah. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
On this episode, Osagie Alonge sits with former co-host of Loose Talk podcast, Ayomide Tayo and Steve to discuss Blackface's solo debut - 'Ghetto Child"; the sonic style, messaging and Blackface's similarities with Burna Boy. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
On this episode, Osagie Alonge is joined by Tinya Alonge and Mayowa Idowu to discuss Naeto C's 2008 debut album "U Know My P". It's a fun episode worth listening to. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
The Journey: Blackmagic

The Journey: Blackmagic

2020-08-0901:51:40

Osagie Alonge sits with Blackmagic who takes us on his journey of music reliving the experiences with his three albums - Version 1.0, Version 2.0 and most recently released Version 3.0 (Starving Artiste). Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
On this episode, Osagie Alonge breaks down pop star Wizkid's debut album "Superstar" and how the record has become the template for many debut artistes to emulate. He is joined by African music commentators - Ayomide Tayo, Motolani Alake and Segun Akande. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
The centre of topic on this episode is P-Square's 2007 album "Game Over". Osagie Alonge sits with Ayomide Tayo, Segun Akande, Motolani Alake, three people who have collectively journaled African music for close to 15 years, to discuss Peter and Paul's best body of work. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
In this episode, Osagie Alonge sits with prolific artiste Falz, to discuss his 2019 Moral Instruction album. It's a one-hour conversation about the album's production, sampling Afrobeat icon Fela's music and the impact of the message. Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
The debut episode of A Music In Time showcases the Nigerian Pop classic album "Gongo Aso" by veteran artiste 9ice. Host Osagie Alonge discusses the album's impact, musical composition and why it might just be hung in the Hip-Hop hall of fame. He is joined by Ayomide Tayo (@AOT2) and Motolani Alake (@OneMotolani). Support the podcast via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/amusicintime Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/amitnewsletter For fan mail: amusicintime@gmail.com For ads: info@audiovisualtimes.com
Comments (19)

Chike Isibor

Osagz got ready for the music section. Well done to everyone at VAT

Dec 20th
Reply

Paul Chukwuka

thank you for coming back

Jul 27th
Reply

michael ferdinard

Dope conversation, I think kizz had impact he dropped the tempo of the pop music. Outside the top three the outsiders for me are burna, Mr eazi, kizz and tiwa

Dec 30th
Reply

Babatola Abimbola

Osagie is back music is back😂😂

Dec 17th
Reply (1)

KINGSLEY KYAUTA

Jess is just a confused human being

Dec 16th
Reply

Twenty & Beyond

good to have you back osagz!

Dec 10th
Reply

adedapo ologbenla

super happy about osagz

Dec 10th
Reply

adedapo ologbenla

super happy about osagz

Dec 10th
Reply

Sony fone

just happy the crew is here. understand Steve can't be on the podcast as per conflict of interest as he still works at pulse but food to have Osagz back. we'll support you guys no matter the name you choose or platform

Dec 10th
Reply

Enime Mfon

Osaaagz!! good to hear you back man!

Dec 10th
Reply

Eneje Emmanuel

I have the wizkid uncensored episode, if you want hit me up.

Dec 10th
Reply (2)

Oluwole Ajewole

Ugghhhh...Steve Dede😣. Glad to have Osagz back and the rest of the crew. Anyhoo, we gather dey.

Dec 9th
Reply (2)

michael ferdinard

Dope, nice to have the crew back most especially osagz. Going to miss Steve dede Canada a lot. You guys have my full support.

Dec 9th
Reply

eyitayo awonusi

Osagz!!! Nice one... pls ya all should put a download link pls

Dec 9th
Reply
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store