10 Songs To Listen To This Week [Wk 13]

It only gets better – week in, week out. Convincingly, these are the biggest records you will find on the internet and top radio charts this week:

 Brown skin girl – Beyonce featuring Wizkid and SAINt JHN

Opening the gateway of the best duet this week, SAINt JHN takes the most little recognition as two of the biggest exports out of America and Africa performs admirably on Bey’s album strictly made for ‘The Lion King’

How do you sleep? – Sam Smith

Over a high note that suits the megahit warrior, Sam Smith presses on the need for loneliness and sobriety as he addresses matters of the heart on the pop record. 

Ijeoma – Iyanya featuring Peruzzi

Building on the latter’s success in recent months, Iyanya flourishes on an Afro pop production that relishes his strengths at dishing out bangers. Peruzzi firms and draws out unique approach on his lone verse. 

Bad guy – Billie Eilish featuring Justin Bieber

Billie awaits Justin as she meets her teenage idol in one of the best tracks out of the U.S. Both of them laid their vocals on the punk instrumental that thins the air from their vocal sacs. 

The way you are – Korede Bello

Korede Bello jumps on the instrument made of strings and light drums to deliver a low-key performance. 

Sample – Chopstix featuring Yung L

Chopstix forms a close relationship with Yung L as they break down the Afrobeats genre in the most captivating fashion. 

Can you feel the love tonight? – Beyonce featuring Childish Gambino

This record is proof to the diversity of Childish Gambino. More so, Beyonce flip keys like it was nothing on the bridges. 

Oja – Fiokee featuring Skiibii, Masterkraft, DJ Neptune and Jaypizzle

Fiokee’s strings, Skiibii’s performance and mild elements blend harmoniously on this record. 

Non-stop – Terri

The melody introduces Terri as the sole creator of an impressive record. 

Cake – Juls and Mr Eazi

Juls and Mr Eazi’s bromance was useful on this essential tune that boasts of different African elements.


This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace

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