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10 Hottest Nigerian songs of the month of August, 2020

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The month of August saw a lot of new albums and singles from Nigerian artists. We have compiled the best 10 songs of the month. From hitting songs about loving multiple women, to professing love for one woman, to songs that will keep you high, to those that will make you smile, we’ve compiled it all for you. Get the hottest songs for the month of August below.

DJ Tunez – “Pami” (featuring Adekunle Gold, Wizkid and Omah Lay)

Dj Tunez

Wizkid, Adekunle Gold, and Omah Lay definitely murdered this song, they might as well protect themselves for murdering the song. The collaboration of these artists was something we never knew we needed until it came out. The track was produced by Blaise Beatz, and it is a blend of Afrobeat and the raving Bop sound. Omaha Lay starts the song with his cool hypnotizing vibe, Wizkid took over to show he is still the Daddy To that makes ladies go gaga. Adekunle Gold brought the chemistry between him and Blaise Beatz on his song, “Something Different” into play to spice up the track and turned it into a hit.

Patoranking – “Abule”

This was one of the tracks of his album, Three”. It was a documentation of his experience and life in the hood. It is a simple celebration of his hood in Ebute Metta, Lagos, Niger Delta, and all hoods nationwide. The top-notch production is a catchy hook that goes for relaxing and for partying. It also comes with an Afrobeat vibe that has become Patoranking’s signature. Enjoy the award-winning beat.

Rema – “Woman”

Rema

After laying down his bad-boy cape in “Ginger Me” declaring his love for one woman, he put it back on in this track, singing about his love for a lot of women. It seems he can’t seem to make up his mind as he keeps going back and forth in every track. Rema came with some kind of spiritual vines on this one, so put on your dancing shoes. The song involves some catchy phrases that made it more interesting, like “Sa koloweko” and “Asampeteprokotomakule.”

Burna Boy – “23”

The track is both spiritual and motivational, as he shares how he diligently fought his way to the top and also to win the Grammy Award nomination. “23” is an excellent track of his trending music, “Twice As Tall”. He also talks about hypocrisy and pretenders.

Burma Boy – ” Way Too Big”

This is another track from his latest album, “Twice As Tall”. The title of the song speaks for itself – Burna Boy is way too big, cool, smart to be rolling with anything just to prove his worth. This track has become the favorite of those who listen to it, and you hear them singing the lyrics, ” Because I’m way too big, way too big to be fucking with you, and be moving with you, mmm, because I’m way too smart, way too smart to be falling in your trap.”

Fireboy DML – “Tattoo”

Fireboy

This is a track off his latest album, “Apollo” where Fireboy woos his lover with sexy lyrics and sultry. The music video gave the perfect representation of the lyrics of the song, as Fireboy gets intimate with his lover. This song is perfect for getting in the mood to show your lover how much he or she means to you. This is definitely another side of Fireboy, as he shows that he’s not just a lover of in songwriting.

DJ Kaywise – “What Type of Dance Is This”

DJ Kaywise released this song to celebrate his birthday. He featured Mayorkun, Zlatan, and Naira Marley for the amazing banger. The song was produced by DMW in house producer, Fresh VDM, and Echo The Guru. Mayorkun gave a catchy chorus and lyrics, Naira Marley brought his ‘no manners’ attitude, while Zlatan brought his addictive back-up vibe and catchy Ad-libs.

Zinolesky – “Mapariwo”

Mapariwo (Don’t shout) is surely a banger we cannot recover from in a while. The song featured Marlian boss, Naira Marley and they both teamed up with the producer, Trips to tell the story of an affair that is meant to be secret. It is a story that everyone can relate to, this makes it more captivating.

Olakira – “In My Maserati”

Wakanda Jollof crooner, Olakira released both audio and music video of the track which was inspired by his love for luxury vehicle brands. He promises his lover a different kind of love and a ride “In his Maserati.”

Adekunle Gold – “AG Baby”

Adekunle Gold

After the successful release of his two singles, “Jore” and “Something Different”, Adekunle Gold changed to a fashion-wise in his new track “AG Baby”, which features Nailah Blackman, a Trinidadian singer. The song is off his album, ” Afro pop volume 1.” The track is a blend of highlife grooves, Caribbean rhythms, and pop. The song is a dance-worthy one as AG Baby brags about being ” the No 1 fada (No 1 father), original Don Dada.” The music video was directed by Des Gray and fans are loving this new hit.

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