10 Songs You Should Listen To This Week [Wk 6]

It’s a new week to listen to new releases from all over the world and it’s also a new week to catch a different ear wormy experience. The holiday won’t be dull if the music lives.

All Is In Order (feat. Don Jazzy, Rema, Korede Bello, DNA & Crayon) – Mavin

On the family anthem, Mavin introduce Crayon and Korede Bello falls below expectation while Rema glides on a sultry auto tune. DNA were impressive as this Pop tune will stay long months on charts all over Africa.  

Press – Cardi B

Cardi B is aggressive on this heavy rap record and she’s taking shots at some known industry figures. Don’t forget to check out the provocative cover art of the song.

True – Mayorkun featuring Kizz Daniel

Mayorkun makes a valid statement of being one of the most relevant Afro pop creators in Nigeria as a Kizz Daniel feature gravitates towards a banger. You don’t want to miss this vibe!

Never really over – Katy Perry

Katy Perry outwashes her emotions and shows us all her glamorous flaws and perks of a proper Pop Artist on this big record.

Get money – Akon & AA Anuel

Whenever Akon is not jumping on chorus to DJ Khaled’s rap records; he’s making business moves which include speaking Spanish and linking up with Latinos on potential radio bangers. The Rap production features some of the best Spanish rap and rhythms. Check it out!

Bags – Clairo

Clairo makes calm music with unknown but cool elements.  

Ariva – Flavour

Flavour’s delivery on indigenous slow tempo songs is unmatched. Listen to this spicy and romantic record inspired by traditional Afro elements as instrumentals.

What do you mean? –  Skepta featuring J Hus

The path of grime is not fixed to align with classic hip hop/rap music but Skepta did it without a hitch on his top pick from his ‘Ignorance is bliss’ LP. J Hus impresses yet again!

Kosi pressure – Koker featuring Vanessa Mdee

Koker’s Ep is out and we had to put this song from it for your listening pleasure.

Thank you – Mr Eazi

Mr Eazi’s jumpy freestyles serve a gratitude track. Enjoy!

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


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