9 Nigerian Songs Worthy Of Your Playlist This Week

The weekend was so short as always, and I know you must be dreading going back fully to work today but don’t worry, I got that covered for you.

In this article, I have prepared a little something for you that would spice up the rest of the days in the week and make you stay “jiggy” all through.
So why not relax and hop in the ride with me, as we journey through these amazing songs that have been carefully curated from some of your reigning faves.

Peep the list of the songs that should not be found missing on this week’s playlist:

1. Good Times – Asa

One of Africa’s favorite artists, Asa releases a mind-blowing track titled, Good Times, with an amazing assist from highlife duo, The Cavemen. Asa and The cavemen on a song can only mean 2 things. “Deep and Thoughtful”. and that’s exactly what was delivered on this track.

The song is a relatable one that talks about life and the importance of having one to trust. This person does not have to be family as some friends are more loyal than family. Good Times’ is the seventh song on Asa’s “V” album, produced by Kingsley Okorie.

 

2. Obsessed – Fave

Off the stables of the “Baby Riddim” crooner, Fave, we have a brand new Jam dubbed, Obsessed. Obsessed is blessed with the harmony of vocals, instruments, and beats. The raving new school artists came to the spotlight following her feature on Olamide’s  Capre Diem.
Obsessed comes off her newly premiered Extended Play (EP), RIDDIM 5.

 

3. Option – L.A.X

L.A.X and Marvin’s Ayra Starr come together to dish out this amazing joint for our listening pleasure. The song option is one everyone can typically everyone can relate to and that’s the essence of good music. In the song Options, Rasaki confesses he can’t be with one girl, even tho he loves a particular girl.

He can’t just stick with one as there are lots of options. We already trust Ayra to deliver amazing vocals. The song is too juicy to be left out of your playlist.

 

4. Love Don’t Cost A Dime Re-Up – Magixx And Ayra Starr

Magixx knew what he was doing when he created this song that has o problem finding its place with its right audience – The gen Z, and teaming up with his label mate, Ayra Starr is the icing on the cake.

The track is a soft love song with catchy and relatable lyrics. It is also very addictive. Magixx is one of the new signees of Mavin Record, owned by Don Jazzy. Love Don’t Cost A Dime serves as Magixx official debut song.

 

5. Overdose – Reminisce ft Simi

Baba Afusa, as Reminisce often calls himself if here again with another rap track called, Overdose featuring female vocalist, Simi who did justice to it. This song was recently released and has started making a trend in Nigeria and across the country as well.

 

6. Adua Remix – Liya ft Simi

Davido Music Worldwide First Lady, Liya joins forces with Vocal powerhouse and songstress, Simisola Kosoko on the remix of her song, Adura.

Simi and Liya and a track ooze a feeling that’s all the way out of this world. Each singer gave way for each other shine independently without one overshadowing the other and it’s so beautiful to listen to.
I must warn you about this rather addictive track that is bound to be on repeat on your playlist this week.

7. Mercy – Adekunle Gold 

AG baby comes through with this Afro-pop sound titled, Mercy.
Age with the catchy vocals has never failed us and did not start on this track. The song’s chorus has some element of reggae to it which further spices it up. The song is off his 2022 album, “ Catch me if you can”, a critically acclaimed body of work.

8. Dreams – Boy Spyce

Mavin Records’ newest member, Boy Spyce comes through with his debut track that has got the airwaves buzzing, and this is dubbed, Dreams.
A couple of days ago, Nigeria’s ace producer, Don Jazzy took to social media to share the amazing news with his fans.
Dreams speaks about his journey to becoming a music star which obviously wasn’t a walk in the park. He also touched on the reality that each individual has different paths to follow.

 

9. “Hustle” – Reminisce ft BNXN, D Smoke

Nigerian rapper, Reminisce cooks up a joint with Nigeria’s very own Buju, who recently changed his stage name to BNXN, and California rapper, D Smoke on the track dubbed, Hustle. The Sarz produced song has each artist shining through individually with their vocals delivering just as expected.

The song passes a strong message to everyone out there, urging them to keep on the grind.

Reminisce is a Nigerian rapper, actor, and singer, who has delivered numerous rap tacks for our listening pleasure since the days of Tesojue, and we still cannot get enough of him.

 

Y’all Have A Splendid Week!!!

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