If you are constantly in need of new flames and exploration to sweeten your ear wax and swing into your perfect mood, this playlist has all melodies tapped from diverse genres from around the globe. Listen to these tunes this week.
Loving – Falz
Over perfectly conjured Western Nigerian inspired production, Falz threw some lovey-dovey bars on the heavy record. You can also enjoy the relatable rhymes attached to the Nigerian Pop culture scene.
Ocean – Lady Antebellum
The woman’s exhilarating pop anthems enclose her emotional baggage and that’s the most beautiful quality ever in a singer. The tune also showcases her ability to strings and keys.
Shut up – Blaqbonez
After opening an official cypher few weeks ago, Blaqbonez hops on a unique and a rich instrumental to shut some unknown figures. Blaqbonez touches wealth and brags anonymously.
Memories – Maroon 5
Bass guitar and fan cheers are the best elements to welcome Adam Levine’s powerful vocals but the backup vocals will make you doubt the scope of the awesome record.
Show me love – Alicia Keys featuring Miguel
The hypnotizing combination of the two vocalists is effective as they made history on the R’n’b melody. Miguel augments Alicia’s vocals on alternative bridges.
Appian Way – Ajebo Hustlers
The talented multi-genre boy group from Southern Nigeria have pushed their sound to an acceptable height and the universe has been in their favor. Regardless, the pair accommodated each other as always.
OGB4IG – Reminisce
Remi is on his lane. Though, the rap song could be a diss song to his other colleagues who flaunt on the popular social media platform. Remi jumps on the Sarz produced beat and switches his rhythm excellently.
Trigger protection mantra – Jhene Aiko
Jhene preaches lifelessness and coolness on the extra-slow record.
Codeine Cobain – Juice WRLD
Juice sings about codeine in the most subtle manner ever.
Click – Charli XCX
Charli’s music has been about teen vibes and happiness and this tune is no different from her past releases off her newly released project.
This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace