In one of the most influential weeks in music, artists fell to banters and are using their voices to call out vile and pop culture issues in light tones which may not be bad after all. The playlist of the week has been arranged with songs in no particular to get you informed now. Check it out:
Hottest in the city – Ty Dolla $ign
On the song dominated by trap and hip-hop production, with verses overtaken by Project pat and Juicy J, Ty manages to lay his vocals on the most unfitting collaboration ever in his career.
Hot girl summer – Megan thee stallion featuring Nicki Minaj
The tricky production sees uncredited vocals from Ty Dolla $ign and JT of city girls. The song sets listeners on the Pacey period of summer and the consequences that arise from it. Still a good listen.
Small talk – Katy Perry
Pop productions may have evolved with new elements but Katy Perry didn’t – this makes her one of the best pop artists of the generation. With proper laidback vocals, Katy owned her moment on the record.
Ifesinachi – DNA
DNA controlled the rhythm and tempo of the highly infectious production with some sultry lyrics and great vocals on their rare Afro-hiphop appearance.
Zodi – Jidenna featuring Mr Eazi
The unique instrumentals welcome vocals from the pair on the captivating record.
I like – Kojo Funds featuring Wizkid
In one of the best collaborations of the week, Wizkid and Kojo Funds switch verses on the wonderful tune.
Pray for me – Picazzo
The indigenous and talented rapper sings and raps on the same tune in a conflicting manner.
Agege – Tekno featuring Zlatan
Tekno and Zlatan finds inspiration in the urban environment with some street vibes laden with rich production and Tekno’s versatility in Afropop.
Whine fi mi – 1da Banton featuring Kranium
1da Banton serenades the Caribbean lifestyle with his melodious collaboration with Kranium and we cannot wait to see where this leads him.
This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace