10 Songs To Listen To This Week [Wk 28]

Since Spotify’s not so recent program ‘New music Friday’ kicked off, labels, radio stations, blogs and other artist channels have adopted it helplessly making it seem like it’s the best songs that are dropped at midnight every night. Concisely, the best music from the week will appear on our playlist specially curated for you. Check them out below. 

Sweet in the middle – Davido featuring Naira Marley, Zlatan and WurLD

The Zanku rhythm lived on this captivating record as the African quartet flavored it with contemporary sounds and vocals to drop a potential banger. 

Own it – Skepta featuring Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy

Three musicians from three different genres found harmony on a dancehall instrumental and flexed the rhythm of the melody as Skepta dropped grime bars. 

Attention – Tiwa Savage

Tiwa sings in regrets and warns a lover about a potential heartbreak. The conditions were arranged in calm verses which will suit your mind today and during the week. 

Tomorrow – M.Anifest featuring Burna Boy

The African elements lived on the instrumental but were overshadowed by rich drums which made it effortless by both men to bring their creativity to the rich tempo instilled on the hook sang by Burna Boy. 

Money money – Jahmiel

Jahmiel flows with the rhythm ande submerged the tempo of the dancehall rich melody as he spits in patois. 

Loyal – PARTYNEXTDOOR featuring Drake

Both OVO men sing on the infectious r’n’b melody and it is here for your consideration. 

Tony Montana – Mr Eazi featuring Tyga

The synergy existed on the pop/rnb melody as Tyga exploited on Mr Eazi’s vulnerability as he kicks off one leg of a happy ending to a great threat and Afro vibe. 

Merry Christmas, darling – Timi Dakolo featuring Emeli Sande

The end of November brings the Christmas spirit and Timi and Emeli were sent by Santa to coin this song to celebrate the yuletide season. 

Intro – Davido

Off his new album ‘A good time’, the first song is bliss in its purest form and you’ll be proud of David’s vocal reach. 

Then there were two – Mark Ronson and Anderson.Paak 

Both men played around on the funky instrumental as they made an alternative record.


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

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