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10 Nigerian songs you should listen to this week

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As you go on with your week, we present to you songs that would put you through the week, songs that are hitting speakers and climbing charts. We’ve compiled tracks from music newbies that are shaking the music industry. Here’s a list of ten songs you should listen to this week.

1. “Koshi” by Moleogo

This is an Afrobeat Fuji style mixed with a distinct sound laced with the popularly loved Michael Jackson pop disco vibe. It was produced by P. Prime. It’s accompanying video reminds is of Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough”. It is the perfect song to relax with, and also to woo a lady.

2. ” Koroba” by Tiwa Savage

Tiwa Savage wowed her fans with new release after her “Dangerous Love” that talks about how love is a risky adventure, a mix of excitement and fear and doubt. She takesher game to another level with “Koroba” as she throws heavy shade to naysayers and Nigerian politicians.

3. “Ginger Me” by Rema

“Ginger Me” is a pop, afro-Indie song produced by The Element. It’s a love song that sees a young boy putting aside his bad boy behavior to profess his love to the lady that types his system. The track is still buzzing all over even without a music video. You should definitely add this to your list.

4. “As E Dey Go” by Naira Marley

The song is another anthem for street Marlians, and it has been a hit for users of TikTok and Thriller, and other social media platforms. It was produced by Rexxie. Naira Marley talks about how deep life is, and incorporates his populate slangs, “Mafo”, and ” Inside Life”. The video comes with a dance step known as Wuge Dance, that is presently loved by everyone.

5. “Of Lagos” by Mayorkun

This song is literally everywhere, and you would have heard people chanting, “Of Lay Lay Lay Of Lagos! Gbas Gbos! Set Awon”. Even if you’re not a music lover, this is a song you can’t just afford to miss. Mayorkun released this track only for the vibes alone, as he chanted ” Of Lagos” throughout the music, and some few lyrics.

6. “Betty Butter” by Mayorkun (featuring Davido)

This is another bang by Mayorkun, except that he featured Davido in it. It was inspired by his conversation with Davido about money, women, and social media. The track has recorded millions of streams, and it one of the most used songs for Thriller and TikTok.

7. “Pami” by DJ Tunez (featuring Adekunle Gold, Wizkid and Omah Lay)

This collaboration was something we didn’t know we needed, and never expected it. The track is a perfect blend of Afrobeat and the raving Bop sound. It was produced by Blaise Beatz. Omah Lay starts the record with his cool hypnotizing vibe, Wizkid took over to show that he is still the Daddy To that makes ladies go gaga. Adekunle Gold brought in the chemistry between him and Blaise Beatz on his somg, “Something Different” to spice up the song.

8. “Abule” by Patoranking

Patoranking released the song which tells about his experiences and stories in the hood. The track is a celebration of his neighborhood in Ebute Metta, Lagos, The Niger Delta, and of good worldwide. The song is perfect for relaxing and partying, with it’s top-notch production and catchy hook.

9. “23” by Burna Boy

This is another track by Burna Boy, from his music project “Twice As Tall”. He talks about hypocrisy and pretenders. He also shared how he steadily fights his way to the top and to earn the Grammy Awards nomination. The song is both spiritual and motivational.

10. “Woman” by Rema

After releasing the song, “Ginger Me” where he professes his love for a woman, Rema puts back his bad boy behavior and sings about loving a lot of women. He came through with some crazy spiritual vines in here. He can’t seem to make up his mind about one woman, and he keeps switching from track to track. Get ready to dance with this bopping sound.

Your week wouldn’t be complete without these songs on your music list!