Nigerian music is probably among the best in the world, with the country blessed with talented musicians.
Below are 5 Nigerian hit songs, you shouldn't fail to listen to, this week.
This musical track is buzzing despite without a musical video. The song is a soul, pop, afro-Indie jam, which was produced by The Element.
The hit song is about love, in which a young boy kept aside his bad boy behaviour or swag, in order to confess his feelings of love, to the lady that hypes his system.
The track has a catchy chorus, one of the song you will not realize has ended, because it keeps on playing in your head.
2. Adekunle Gold – Something Different
Lovers of good music are still enjoying themselves, with this Afro Pop track. This was produced by Blaize Beats.
In the musical track, the musician Adekunle was wooing his lover, in a manner gentle and at the same time sexy.
It is a combination of highlife and Afropop. The music video which was released recently, would definitely make you anxious to listen.
3. Rema – Woman
This track or song by Rema, is still topping different charts. In it, he wears his bad boy cape and sings about loving plenty of women.
From the track, he is unable to make up his mind on a particular girl, and then he keeps moving from one girl to another.
You should be prepare to wear your dancing shoes, because the music star, came through with some kind of crazy spiritual vibes.
4. Mayorkun – Betty Butter Ft Davido
The music star released this mid tempo Afro fusion song, which is filled with lots of word plays and infectious lambas.
This song has received millions of streams, and is probably one of the most applicable songs used for Thriller and Tik Tok videos.
5. Wande Coal – Again
This famous music star, has returned to the musical scene with another hit track, that presents a nice change of pace.
In the song, Wande Coal speaks of his undying feelings for the love of his life.
His sonorous voice in the track, was remarkably exceptional and clearly unrivaled.
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