10 Songs To Listen To This Week [Wk 27]

We arm you with the best melodies that will follow your joyous and not too proud to admit – your sad mood, too. Fervently, your favorite playlist of the week will help you through your storms this week. Here are your ten songs to listen to this week:

Death – Trippie Redd featuring DaBaby

The fact that sorrow spurred a musical growth this formidable tune, though, is evidence enough that Trippie will always find his way back home. The rhythmic flow of DaBaby makes it one of rap’s highlight of the week. 

Girls – Falz featuring Patoranking

The vicious party starter has shot Falz into his catchy mixture of Afro-rap/pop once again. Patoranking brings his underrated yet astute pedigree at Dancehall to deliver an impressive tune. 

Amnesia – 6lack featuring Khalid

Both vocalists are dauntless on the effervescent record which is certain to gain attention from alternative music lovers. 

40 yrs – Chidinma and Flavour

Off their joint project, the pair experience their vocal prowess over a refreshing instrumental as they laid down heartfelt lines on the tune. 

Last name – Future featuring Lil Durk

Future’s croaky vocals matches with the southern offering that Lil Durk brings occasionally. Although not up to a regular Future record, this particular one will daze listeners with its rich production. 

Selense – Simi

Nigeria’s talented musician bared it all on her latest record as she utilized her songwriting skill to craft on of the slowest songs this year. 

Billie Eilish – Everything I wanted

Amidst controversy of Grammy nominations even though she has had a great run on the charts and on the radio this year, teenage sensation is winning hearts of all demography and she has proven to be the one to stay on this tune. 

Important – 2Baba

The pop legend’s record is a blend of Afropop, laced with a party flavor. Enjoy!

Gobe – Pheelz featuring Olamide and Naira Marley

The pair have fun on the instrumental arranged by Pheelz, the YBNL’s in-house producer. 

Paloma – Alpha P 

Off his ‘King of the wolves’ EP, the multi-genre musician flexed his vocal reach on the exciting melody.


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

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