10 Songs To Listen To This Week [Wk 7]

Music has been the value in most communities all over the world – online, festivals and physical chains of humans. Most gigs have playlists and elate fans’ participation by streaming these songs which the musicians may perform on the road. For this week, these songs are worthy to be on your playlist:

Alakori – Falz and Dice Ailes

Dice Ailes and Falz lay their unique and creative directions on the piano-rich production. Dice Ailes effortlessly took the hook by storm.

No guidance – Chris Brown featuring Drake

Summer is here and Chris Brown and Drake are about to put feelings all over top playlists.

Eko – Kizz Daniel

Kizz Daniel moved on from the release of his album and his sold-out tour in the UK and blessed his fans with an ode to Lagos. The track is scattered with bumpy elements of pop and light horns.

Opotoyi – Naira Marley

Naira Marley is till in legal turmoil but he is good at creating pop anthems and here is one of the results of putting his past ordeal behind him

Higher your body – Attitude featuring Mayorkun, Reekado Banks and BOJ

The calm and slow tempo approach transcended to a proper pop record and the light vocals of BOJ made the song flawless in the best form.

Fire – Gospelondebeats featuring Reekado Banks and Victoria Kimani

This record from his starstudded album is our top pick. Enjoy as Reekado Banks and Victoria Kimani were in the mood to create this dancehall-like tune.

Love thy enemies – Future

Future preaches love and admiration for his peers on this low and funky track off his ‘SAVE ME’ EP.

Vintage flow – Sarkodie

In the only song that sounded like a Ghanaian and African record on his EP, Sarkodie raps in his native twi dialect to deliver a masterpiece.

Haute – Tyga feature J Balvin and Chris Brown

Tyga forms an alliance with the latino crooner and Rnb prince to serve a Rap/hiphop classic-like anthem.

XanaX damage – Future

Drugs couldn’t have messed up Future but he is singing about pills in his mildest tone – a style he has perfected over the years.

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


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