10 Songs You Should Listen To This Week [Wk 4]

The beginning – Asa

Asa’s returns to the charts cannot be more welcome other than this blissful ballad, reordered by soul adaptations It feels almost like Asa never left.  

Alte – DRB Lasgidi

Sounding like an official anthem of a defunct funk group, the jumpy hook and pop-like verses will make one drowse into a serene mood – that is how cool this melody is.

Emojis – Victor AD

This is the best way to move on after coming behind a great 2018 and releasing one of the best and most controversial songs in a calendar year. The song writing on this song is one of the best you’ll ever fall in love with this year.

Groceries – Chance the rapper and Tisakorean

Chance wants to pay a full-year grocery supplies for a fan who can dance to this intoxicating and dance-inspired track – it’s highly addictive, by the way.

Hurt people – Griffin and Aloe Blacc

Aloe Blacc’s mild and sharp vocals is reminiscent of Bobby Brown’s sonorous vocal This sad ballad has an electronic vibe which brings the life with it.

Murvlana – Santi featuring Tay Iwar

Santi’s album has many great songs and this is one of it Enjoy the chemistry he shared with talented Tay Iwar.

Comfortable – Nonso Amadi featuring Kwesi Arthur

Nonso will deliver any day but a collaboration with a Ghanaian new wave is likely to sprint through the smooth lanes of a great and slow-tempo production.

Megan thee Stallion – Realer

The internet went wild when the funky rapper and singer decided to release her album on the same day as DJ Khaled – talk about experimental promotions and here is our best pick from her LP. ‘Realer’ is one dope and futuristic rap song.

Celebrate – DJ Khaled featuring Travis Scott and Post Malone

DJ Khaled has been releasing hits from time and his biggest collaborations always grow to become monster and smash hits. From his ‘Father of Asahd’ LP, here is one of our picks where Travis and Post sounded heavenly.

Higher – DJ Khaled featuring Nipsey Hussle and John Legend

Nipsey Hussle may be dead but his legacy lives on. His bars on this song are in par with John Legend’s powerful hook and we are totally down with it.

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

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