Music may be more profitable but the extent and reach of promotions determine the class and demography. More so, it is arguable that collaborations spread music faster. Here are some songs to ignite your week:
Won’t be late – Swae Lee featuring Drake
The afrobeats records features production credit from Tekno in which Swae Lee and Tekno laid bloomy vocals on the perfect instrumentals.
Be honest – Jorja Smith featuring Burna Boy
The love anthem is inspired by the flawless afrobeats vibe instilled in Burna Boy and Jorja flowed seamlessly.
Way – Ckay
CKay rolls freely on the beat featured with piano and drums pouncing on the keys jumped on by Ckay. This is one of the best records you will listen to this week.
Benjamin – Akon
Akon delivers a different tune and it is dope.
Beginning – Joeboy
Joeboy boasts of clout and perfection on his lovey-dovey tunes and this is no less of a melody in the best creation.
Slide away – Miley Cyrus
Miley jumps on the two-keyed instrumental and pounced on both her vocals on the Pop record.
Lover – Taylor Swift
Taylor reaches for a more structured R’n’b feel this time around as she tears all her notes into shreds on the heartfelt record.
Onye Eze 3.0” (Cypher) – CDQ featuring Vector, Zoro, Jheezy, Yung6ix, Dremo, Blaqbonez
CDQ lines up the best rhymers and rappers on the infectious Afropop/rap record and the result is a multi-dimensional approach to class and mastery.
Do you – Sarkodie featuring Mr Eazi
The two ‘brothers’ link up to dish out a love anthem: Sarkodie finds comforts in love tunes and that is the best way to show his soft spot to an imaginary lover.
Gelato – Cuppy featuring Zlatan
The Afropop record features Cuppy’s vocals and Zlatan’s indigenous verses that boosts his success as an industry’s revelation this year.
This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace