The sounds keep diversifying, hence the music keeps getting better. In a way, the music world and fandoms have found a way to break down their interests with playlists and genre-streaming. At Tush Magazine, we have music lovers covered every week with our refreshing playlist. Check on it:
Mauriello – Peruzzi
Peruzzi teased this track so many times – tweak to tweak- it was on his social media pages and the finishing is a soft and bespoke Afropop record with commanding vocals spread over the course of an impressive instrumental. The song is off his album “Huncho Vibez”.
Billion dollar – Idahams
Idahams trial with different sounds and genres, especially with his smooth vocals has made him an apt musician and songwriter over time. “Billion dollar” summarizes his hustle and the prayers of his fans. The Urban Afro-life record is the vibe you should catch this week.
Parte after parte – Big Trill
This humorous song with witty bars and a boppy beat is the song that has got Africans dancing right now. The hook is the best part of the melody.
Love in the morning – Thutmose featuring Rema
The Nigerian-American rapper and singer link up with fellow teenager to deliver a heartfelt melody. The melody is rocking airwaves in North America and parts of France right now.
Vacancy – Ycee
This tune is off the dreaded rapper’s much controversial album “YCEE VS ZAHEER”, especially after his former label leaked two songs from it few weeks ago. On the Afrobeats and Afropop record, Ycee drops witty lines to his future lover.
Verify – Jacquees featuring Young Thug and Gunna
The r’n’b tune promises a slow ride to Young Thug verse and trap mood of Gunna.
All for you – Joeboy
Empawa Africa’s first and official introduction, Joeboy releases his EP “Love & Light” and the melody preaches a youthful love story.
She don’t want it – Bryson Tiller
Bryson Tiller serenades a failed romantic union between two people and it is right for your listening pleasure.
Focus – Sarz and WurLD
WurLD impresses on his joint collaborative EP “I love girls with TROBUL” with Sarz. The vocals and production prowess were top notch. ‘Focus’ is our pick off the jam-packed project.
Sili-kon – Timaya
Timaya’s latest dancehall tune is heavy and we are excited to introduce it to you, if you haven’t listened to it yet.
This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace