The songs have been grouped into genres, the best tunes to keep up with a hectic and clashing week of tasks and commitments. The good thing is that we have you covered with the best melodies.  Here they are:

Circles – Post Malone

Post Malone is unrepentant about infusing different elements and genres in his music. Unfortunately, this is one reason why he will always be far from receiving major awards. On this different country/rock inspiration, Malone reflects on his heartbreak with an unknown partner. 

Monalisa (remix) – Lyta featuring Davido

Last week will be one of the best weeks in the embattled teenage vocalist’s career. In the course of celebrating this big feature, Lyta got verified and he will be building on the momentum of this collaboration as a break. Davido jumps on the promising tune to change the narrative. Hit!

On God – DMW featuring Davido, Mayorkun and Dremo

The zanku sound wouldn’t fade without the DMW trio catching and the result is an infectious Afro-dance rhythm. 

Coming home – Pusha T featuring Ms. Lauryn Hill

After giving fans a narrative of convincing Lauryn Hill on the hook and regretting the of lablemate Kanye West’s LP “YANDHI”, he returns with an impressive single. Pusha drops storytelling bars on the record. 

Pawon – Olamide

Olamide has women twerking on his Instagram feed with this club banger. The song is currently making rounds on radio and major charts across Africa and native land Nigeria. 

Babushka boi – A$ap Rocky

The man has been healed from his trauma in the hand of Swedish authorities and has dropped relatable musical contents since.

On the low (Trap symphony) – Audiomack and Burna Boy

Burna Boy tried to change the key but ended up on the same page with the orchestra. 

BGM – Wale

The upbeat production has Wale praising a woman poetically. 

Sociopath – Pusha T featuring Kash Doll 

The ratchet-inspired has both Pusha T and Kash Doll trading rap ferociously. 

Ye (Trap symphony) – Audiomack and Burna Boy

Audiomack has partnered with Warner Music Group and the man from on a spaceship/Atlantic records has been called to grace the trap symphony series in reminisce of his global hit ‘Ye’. He killed it on the 8-piece live orchestra. 

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

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