Radio plus and streaming plugs are not enough to accommodate all the songs from artists all over the world. Blogs also reject some songs occasionally but there are still other artists to look up to when releasing songs. Chart and genre wars are escalating but here are the songs you should listen to this week:
Totori – Olamide, Wizkid and Id Cabasa
Wizkid stands out vocally as Olamide enlists Id Cabasa makes pseudo appearance on his song with Wizkid. The party anthem is bound to make top charts.
Chop life – Chillz featuring Falz
Falz and Chillz exchange bars on a midtempo instrumental. Falz shows his versatility by rapping on an entire and different tempo.
Hustle – Idahams
Idahams is motivating people by singing slowly on a production tailored for his delivery. This is one of the stand-out tracks off his ‘Amayanabo’ EP.
Goodbye – Post Malone featuring Young Thug
Tragedic, sad and edgy – Post Malone has all the qualities to deliver a song that will influence all cultures and ages. Young Thug sings on his verse to soothe the sadness Malone initiated from the start of the song.
Money (remix) – Soft featuring Wizkid
Soft and Wizkid link up to re-make the smash that has rocked social media for some weeks solely because a former Nollywood blockbuster in which Osita Iheme featured in. Probably because the short clip has funny dance moves.
Feel good (remix) – Ice Prince featuring M.I, Khaligraph Jones, Sarkodie, Kwesta
The quartet feature makes the original record substandard but it was good in its own way. The four men were excellent as they deliver a masterpiece.
Mamacita – Jason Deruilo featuring Farruko
The two vocalists shine on the same track with the Caribbean influence and sound.
Mo cover eh – D’Banj featuring Slimcase
The street inspired this impressive record by the two superstars.
Red eye – The Weeknd
The Weeknd laces the song with his sultry vocals.
The bag – PhynoPhyno sings as he brings his usual native and indigenous charm on the midtempo tune
This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace