16 episodes

Hosted by Osagie Alonge, A Music In Time throws a spotlight on your artistes and the music they've released over the years.

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    • 4.6 • 121 Ratings

Hosted by Osagie Alonge, A Music In Time throws a spotlight on your artistes and the music they've released over the years.

    The Breakdown: "Merchant, Dealers and Slaves" by Brymo

    The Breakdown: "Merchant, Dealers and Slaves" by Brymo

    "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.

    • 43 min
    The Journey: Darey

    The Journey: Darey

    It's been 15 years since Darey released his debut album "From Me 2 U" right after signing his first record deal with Storm Records. Since then, he's gone on to establish himself as an undeniable leader in the R&B space, successfully leaning into Pop elements when he wants to.
    Darey gives the back story to his fantastic career and satisfying journey with six albums under his belt.
    Listen to the King of R&B breakdown his journey with host, Osagie Alonge.

    • 3 hr 8 min
    The Breakdown: "Second Turning By The Right" by Lord of Ajasa

    The Breakdown: "Second Turning By The Right" by Lord of Ajasa

    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.
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    The Breakdown: "Ruggedy Baba" by Ruggedman

    The Breakdown: "Ruggedy Baba" by Ruggedman

    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.
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    • 1 hr
    The Breakdown: "Independent" by Faze

    The Breakdown: "Independent" by Faze

    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.
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    The Breakdown: "C.E.O" by Dagrin

    The Breakdown: "C.E.O" by Dagrin

    On this episode, Osagie sits down with journalists Ayomide Tayo and Jide Taiwo to breakdown the late Dagrin's sophomore album "C.E.O".
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    • 1 hr 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
121 Ratings

121 Ratings

cyclopxdanu ,

Appreciation

2020 ain't bad afterall 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾
Thank you Osagie

falbba21 ,

Great content

Thank you for this podcast Osagz. It has really been educative. Please we need an osagie (wiz) episode. Keep up the good work🙂

Femi Idowu ,

E too make sense

The podcast Osagz should have done ages ago! Only wish it could have been a Netflix series instead of a podcast. It really shows off his depth of knowledge of the Nigerian music industry.

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