The songs are much but you can only get the best tunes on the playlist made specially for you. Check good melodies to listen to this week:
85 to Africa – Jidenna
Usually, Jidenna is a singer but the man drops ferocious bars in one of the stand-out tracks from his new LP “85 to Africa”.
Holy – Chidinma
Chidinma laid her angelic and flawless vocals on a gospel-made production as she used multilingual dimensions in her delivery.
Fuck it I love you – Lana Del Rey
Far from her personal issues as singer, her pop tunes are always shimmering when called upon. This is no exception.
Man – Bbanks and Olamide
On the funky and pop instrumental, Bbanks pushed his rare vocals to accommodate Olamide’s filtered bars in the best form.
Never lie – Wiz Khalifa featuring Moneybagg yo
Wiz Khalifa slams the lines, moneybag bursts the hatred on himself and it doesn’t get better as the pair impress on the rap song.
I warned myself – Charlie Puth
Charlie is heartbroken and can only put the instincts he had over an ex on a song and the result is an excellent tune.
Home – Yemi Alade
The Afropop anthem proves to be a promising tune as Yemi lauds a particular lover as she preaches contentment and acceptance of an inadequate maestro.
Doyin – Mr Eazi featuring Simi
Mr Eazi and Simi are formidable once again on the Pop/rnb melody as the two vocalists exchange bridges and verses effortlessly.
Better (Hope for Africa) – Tekno
Tekno is an activist yet again as he used his voice to speak for a better Africa, using Nigeria as a study. The man used his expertise in Afropop to drop another catchy anthem.
Red handed – Chris Brown featuring Sevyn Streeter
The duo used their vocals on the R’n’b instrumentals to drop a heartfelt tune.
This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace