In a bid to keep our fans and readers entertained, we selected songs we feel would lighten up the tense mood. Here’s our round-up of the best tracks and music videos that came across our desks
Unless your living under a rock, there’s no way you wouldn’t have heard Simi’s melodious voice on “Duduke” produced by Oscar. The song being the number one song in the country at the moment seemed like a unique love song at the time of its release, turned out to something much deeper. It’s accompanying visuals gave listeners a deep understanding of the message Simi is trying to pass across.
The song which has beautifully written lyrics speaks about the bond between a mother and her unborn child; it shows that a mother’s love is unconditional and unwavering. Notwithstanding, the song can also be enjoyed by everyone including lovers so you don’t have to be a preggo or a mother to vibe to the song.
Adekunle Gold “Something Different”
Everyone’s baby, Adekunle Gold switched genres again with the release of “Something Different” which was produced by Blaize Beats. The track sees Adekunle woo his lover in a more gentle and sexy manner. The tune is a blend of highlife and Afropop with a dash of highlife and jazz. The beat accompanied by trumpets and Saxophones is one sound that the eastern folks can relate to and can also be enjoyed by all.
Starboy Terri – “Ojoro”
The Starboy act dropped his first single “Ojoro” off his “Afroseries” album as well as the accompanying visuals for the addictive afrobeat track. In the video, we see an innocent and bashful Terri fall victim to his lover’s shady schemes. She absconds with his cash on serval occasions and leaves him to find any means to pay bills for their dates. The video’s superb storytelling makes it exciting to watch without ever getting bored. The young star proves to be a force to be reckoned with and it is evident that he is taking steps to be the next big thing after his boss, Wizkid.
Bad Boy Tims- “MJ”
Fast-rising artiste, Bad Boy Timz stunned the music scene with a unique afrobeat tribute to late King of Pop, Micheal Jackson titled “MJ“. “MJ” wasted no time in climbing charts even without a video, further shooting the singer into the limelight.Lyrics like “gbese bi ti Michael Jackson” tells you that a bop for not just steppers but even those that like to catch “cruise”.Even MJ himself would definitely love to bop to this.
Omah Lay -“Bad Influence”
Omah Lay who writes and produces most of his records came through with the infectious “Bad Influence“.It’s basically about a love story that ended in tears. Omah curses his lover for being a bad influence on him and also for leaving him high and dry. This is one experience most people can relate to which makes it more exciting to listen to. The touching tune has become one of the most streamed songs and is currently topping the charts.
Starboy Terri – “Wake Up”
Starboy Terri shows a serious side in “Wake Up” which is the first track on the “Afro Series”. The Killertunez produced track sees Terri look back at his journey from being a regular boy on the streets to getting a big record deal. In an industry filled with so many Wizkids he has been able to replicate Wizkid almost perfectly and finds his strength in the process.
DMW – “Mafa Mafa” featuring Davido, The Flowolf, Peruzzi and Dremo
Davido Music Worldwide recently dropped the visuals to this trending street pop anthem and it’s back to been the sound of the Town once again. “Mafa Mafa” is the perfect song that would give you both the street and posh vibe. A record that would bring out hidden dancing style and that leg work you have been playing in your head. The DMW/30BG guyz did justice to this one here, A must listen for self turn ups.
Dremo – “Mabel” featuring Davido
DMW rapper, Dremo took this track from his newly released project, ‘Codename Vol.2’. The track ‘Mabel’ which had the Boss – Davido on it is most fans favourite off the album. With high demand for the visuals Dremo Drizzy served us with the official music video just last week. The crispy video directed by Director Q brought the Afropop / Rap record into the heart of so many.