Countless number of times, listeners have problems that are vested in indecisions and choices as regards the type of music they want their ears to consume. Unconsciously, they end up listening to unperturbed songs that are generated by music streaming services because algorithms work more digitally. You need not worry any more as our playlist of the week has covered the essentials you need this week:

Joro – Wizkid

On the mid-tempo potential hit, Wizkid swindles the voluptuous physique of a lady. Although, the song may have generated mixed reactions from music curators and music lovers, it will be sure to go down as his rejuvenation in a year of inactivity for him. 

Bandit – Juice WRLD & YoungBoy Never broke again

The pacy and 808’s instrumentals gives Juice the leverage to drop witty bars and brags at different tempos – a skill he has mastered in a short spell. On the other hand, Youngboy is feeling reminiscent in his private life. 

Lower body – Chris Brown featuring Davido

Davido’s new formed bromance with Chris Brown has paved way for more collaborations and off his ‘Indigo extended’ LP is this Afrobeats inspired tune. 

Pak ‘n’ go – Kizz Daniel 

On the lyrically relatable heavy tune, Kizz Daniel infuses his culture on the Afro-pop inspired melody. Kizz Daniel breaks all barriers with the production keys to deliver a monstrous tune. 

The Enigma – Erigga featuring M.I. and Sami

M.I unites with Erigga to give a HipHop/Rap melody which many lovers of the culture will accept without hassle. 

Cry for me – Camila Cabello

Camila brews pop and love in a mug and the result mix of effervescent melody. 

Billionaire – Teni 

The song serves as her lead single off her ‘Billionaire’ EP and Teni is making daring wishes of fortunes. 

Pah poh – Kizz Daniel & Krizbeatz 

The rich dancehall production welcomes Kizz Daniel to a world of exploring a different genre other than the known genres he invests in. 

Cheating on you – Charlie Puth 

Heart breaks are inspirational and Charlie has put out a good tune about it. 

Bad commando – Rema

The multi-talented singer draws light from the Latin/Salsa instrumentals as the mood switches to a pop kind of feel. Rema sings comfortably as the auto tunes laid back his calm on the potential hit.

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

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