We have passed the stages where heads of music at radio stations determine the rollout on-air and arrived at the point where top curators call the shots on top charts. Needless to conclude, the era has been graved by top streaming platforms in different orders. Here are the songs you should listen to this week:
Boyfriend – Ariana Grande and social house
Ariana Grande breaks down relationship pros and cons with social house over the mid-tempo with the second welcoming one of the best switches in rhythmic concession.
Red eye – Victor AD
Victor AD’s latest body of work boasts of his scars in his earlier days and this Afropop anthem is glamorous in its best form, especially the catchy hook and the horns.
Blame – Bryson Tiller
Bryson Tiller sings over a faster beat but maintains his usual pace at delivering unique R’n’b records infusing the craft with meagre rap.
Body – L.A.X
The mid tempo delivery is calm and it’s danceable.
Nkan nbe – Lil Kesh featuring Mayorkun
A classy Afropop anthem with great vocals and dope production.
Right back – Khalid featuring A boogie wit da hood
Khalid invites A boogie with da hood to bounce on a proper pop record that blossoms the beautiful vocals of Khalid.
Calling – Chinko Ekun and Johnny Drille
The unique vibes draw Chinko Ekun into Johnny’s great vocals.
2030 – Fetty Wap
The short record showcases the brief side of Fetty when he feels the need to entertain.
Fuck, I’m lonely – Lauv and Anne-Marie
On the highly rich instrumentals, Lauv and Anne-Marie told emotional vibes and silly love lines over the pop song. Both sexes did excellently as they break down barriers in versatility.
Miracle dance – Danny S
Street inspires some viral contents including music and Danny S might have just broken the spectra once again with this one.
This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace