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Top 10 songs: Nigeria – Apple Music

1. Asake – Sungba (feat Burna) Remix

“K’oma tingaza, k’oma tingaza, Chinasa eyan Falapa, Agatha from Osapa”.

The remix to Asake’s “Sungba” which features the Grammy-award winning singer, Burna currently lies in the first place. This melodious piece comes off his debut EP Ololade Asake, produced by Magicsticks.

2. Fireboy DML – Playboy

The sweet new tune “Playboy”, serves as a follow-up to his previous hit song “Peru (Remix) which was featured the english pop star, Ed Sheeran. Fireboy is noted for his impeccable songwriting and this single is further testament to his writing prowess. The song is produced by Bizzouch.

3. BNXN ft. Zinoleesky – Kilometer (Remix)

The much anticipated remix by the two promising talents, BNXN and Zinoleesky has met all expectations in less than a week of release. The original track, “Kilometer” was taken from BNXN’s recent debut project, “Sorry I’m Late” EP, which was a personal apology project to his followers for the late music feed. The sweet new melody “Kilometer (Remix)” undoubtedly deserves its spot here.

4. Gentility – Melvitto & Wande Coal

This is another masterpiece from the talented rapper, songwriter and producer, Melvitto which features the king of melody, Wande Coal. The song has been trending on TikTok for a while as many TikTok users have used the sound to make wonderful and creative contents. This song was dropped in the year 2019. It is mixed by Melvitto and mastered by Tim Boyce.

5. Kwaku the Traveler – Black Sherif

Of course, I fucked up! Who never fuck up, hands in the air! No hands?
“Kwaku the Traveler”, Blacko’s interestingly melodic debut of the year is a well-received song across the continent. The track narrates Black Sherif’s journey to the limelight and is a great easy listening song which has been on the lips of both young and old. The song is a follow up to Blacko’s hugely successful “Second Sermon Remix” which features the African giant, Burna Boy. It is produced by Joker Nharna.

6. Finesse – Pheelz & BNXN

“Finesse” a scintillating banger by Pheelz and BNXN is all shades of melodic. Though, largely about heartbreak in a relationship, it has become something of a street anthem. It first gannered recognition thanks to its going viral on TikTok and has since continued to receive more attention. The song was produced by Miichkel.

7. Omo ope – Asake ft. Olamide

Asake again? This young talent is really doing well and we are all happy to see it or in the case of this banger, hear it. The fourth track on his “Ololade Asake EP” features the YBNL boss, Olamide. The song was released a follow-up single to his previous song tagged, “Yan Yan“. The song is produced by Magicsticks.

8. Dada – Young John

The wicked producer and now, singer, Young John unleashes his singing and songwriting prowess on this new tune called, “Dada” . Young John really took his time to write and record this beautiful and amazing song. It was produced by Young John himself alongside Niphkeys. Dada is a perfect blend of Afrobeat music. It follows up after his catalogue, Wanatepeta, an Amapiano record, which is still buzzing around. It was produced by Young John himself alongside Niphkeys.

9. Always – Darkoo ft. Black Sherif

Nigerian-born and London-raised Afro-swing musician, Darkoo comes through with another trending banger, ‘Always” as she teams up with Ghana’s hot boy, Black Sherif. This song serves as a follow up to her “Bad From Early” featuring Buju and TSB. The incredibly amazing drill anthem is produced by Albert Koranteng.

10. Calm Down – Rema

Golden boy Rema’s debut single of the year, “Calm down” has been making waves since its release and is still making waves. the beautiful and soothing record, “Calm Down”, is the lead single on his debut project “Rave & Roses”. Rema who in the past as said he will be calling his sound “Afrorave”, a subgenre of Afrobeats with influences of Arabian and Indian music gave us a record which truly fits the bill. The song was produced by Andre Vibez.


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