10 Songs To Listen To This Week [Wk 21]

This week, we’ve got some futuristic power ballads, dreamily catchy earworms, and pleasantly wistful indie jams for your listening pleasure. 

Ghetto love – Wizkid

Internet may have dubbed Wizkid’s latest single as an ‘upgraded Manya’ but music lovers should give credits to Killertunez for the composed production. 

Martell Cypher 2 – Blaqbonez, MI, Loose Kaynon and AQ

The first cypher did more than this recent, in terms of statistics and engagement, but MI has arranged some of the best rappers in his circle to make sure the Rap/Hiphop culture continues as his legacy. The controversy surrounding the four verses is still hot till date. 

Behind Barz – Drake

On a typical rap instrumental, Drake controls his rhythm and was poetic at intervals in creating one of the easiest freestyles you’ll listen to this week and beyond. 

Ololo – Stonebwoy featuring Teni

The distinction between the Ghanaian and Nigerian sound will always call music lovers and tastemakers into frenzy especially on collaborations but the case is different as the pair blend and cross musical borders on a potential hit. 

Puta – Naira Marley

After being asked about the meaning of the song, Naira Marley structured his response and the vulgar songwriting is his best response. More talks as usual!  

Pop rock – Juice WRLD 

Juice WRLD finds solace in crafting an alternative record with his auto tune bouncing on the rich instrumentals.  

Gimme love (remix) – Seyi Shay featuring Teyana Taylor

The original melody was good and the remix is better – with Teyana aligning with Seyi’s eloquent and soulful vocals. 

Charlie’s angels – Ariana Grande, Lana del rey and Miley Cyrus

The trio appear as three tough mafias on both audio and visuals. Best to watch out for that knife they three at a human target in the visuals. Great recording quality on this one!

Count on you – Johnny Drille

Johnny Drille is his own drive and he doesn’t disappoint with serving us his unique music. 

Beaby – Wavos and King Perryy

American producer, Wavos allows King Perryy steal the shine on the melody. 


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

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