17 Naija Songs You Should Listen To This Week (Dec. Wk 3)

For Naija Songs this week, Wizkid, Rema, Zlatan, Omah Lay, Peruzzi, Bella Shmurda, Joeboy, Olamide, Mayorkun, Tems, Davido, Zinoleesky, Adekunle Gold, Mohbad made the list.

On this episode of Naija songs you should listen to for this week, we’ve got tracks from the newbies, Omah Lay shaking the music scene and some of the OGs. Here’s our round-up of the best tracks that came across our desks.

Zinoleesky – “Kilonfeshe”

Zinoloeesky’s “KILOFESHE” is off his forthcoming EP ‘Chrome” (Eccentric)! and was produced by Niphkeys, mixed and mastered by TimmyJay. The track is a stunning blend of Afrobeat and the Amapiano which talks about not being moved by ordinary things of this world. Zino seems to be calmer on this track, unlike his previous tracks. It’s a good tune that will surely keep you grooving.

Joeboy – “Lonely”

After the huge success of his 2020 debut “Call“, Joeboy dropped a new potential hit music titled “Lonely“.“Lonely” is the first taste of Joeboy’s new album setting the tempo for the much-anticipated project from one of Afropop’s rising stars. A specialist in earnest love songs who’s never afraid to show his vulnerability, Joeboy lays it all on the line on “Lonely,” shooting his shot with the girl he’s had his eye on. Turns out she’s had her eyes on him, too, and it’s happily ever after. Moral of the story: Never be afraid to share your feelings. Listen and enjoy!

Mayorkun – “Your Body”

The Mayor of Lagos is back with another party banger “Your Body” produced by serial hit-maker, Fresh VDM. Mayorkun is all about the sexy body of his woman and this track comes with a dope vibe and energy. It’s a potential hit.

Olamide – “Infinity” ft Omah Lay

“Infinity” is the third track on Olamide ‘s ‘Carpe Diem’ Album featuring Omah Lay produced by P.Prime. The record is a mid-tempo jam that captions Sex (loving making). Olamide and Omah Lay talks about the lady that wants to have their cucumber till infinity because to her it’s something she can’t just resist. “She dey feel am dada, Dadaride da darida, She dey feel am dada, Dadaride da darida, She dey feel am dada, Dadaride da darida, She dey feel am dada, Dadaride da, oh yeah”

Rexxie x Mohbad – “KPK”

“KPK” which stands for “Ko Por Ke” and means It is Plenty or Who Says It’s not Plenty is an addictive street hop/pop record produced by hit maker, Rexxie. “Talo so pe ko por ke, Opp – O por pa, Opg – O por gan, Awon omo ajinomoto, aji gba wire, Awon omo mi Choko-choko’….”

Omah Lay – “Godly”

Released off his sophomore EP, “What Have We Done,” Omah Lay is back with another banger as he reverences God and this is arguably the best track from this EP. He gives thanks to God for protecting him throughout his journey and aiding in fulfilling his dreams amidst all the drama and chaos of his new fame and lifestyle. This is one track you wouldn’t want to skip on this playlist.

Wizkid – “Ginger” ft Burna Boy 

Released as the second track off his “Made In Lagos” album, Wizkid and Burna Boy join forces to deliver this powerful track about giving their lady the “ginger”. If you want make I ginger give me the kokoro, Ma ko je bi Jollof, Anywhere i go, je ki won mo pe mo ma gbo’mo lo, No dey do like bolo

Davido – “The Best” ft Mayorkun

A Davido and Mayorkun is not new to music lovers as their last collab together, “Betty Butter” rocked the music scene for months. This new track which is off Davido’s “A Better Time” album is a favorite from the album and fans can’t seem to get enough of their synergy. Listen and Enjoy this tune from the baddest and the Mayor of Lagos. “This bread no be agege!!” 

Bella Shmurda – “Cash App”

Bella fine boi’s “Cash App” produced by Dopesticks talks about cashing out, by all means, hustling every day without relenting to enjoy the good life. The singer joins forces with Zanku master and the king of backups/ad-libs/music Lamba – Zlatan and Lincoln for the release of this buzzing track. The new record is a follow-up to his recent release ‘Dangbana Orisa’ which is still basking, entering, and climbing top music charts and digital playlists.

Adekunle Gold – “Okay”

Released off his trending album “Afro Pop Volume 1,” “Okay” is a beautiful masterpiece written by Adekunle Gold himself to diss his haters. It’s calm way to telling haters to stop with the fronting and also for them to stay in their lane. It’s the second verse for us. “Na craze you dey find, I get times 2, You dey eye me, Let me remind you, No dey try me, (bruh). To ba rimi, Ko ma beri, You got my attention now, What you gon’ do, You dey tension, But sho’le ja kungfu, Oga cool it down down”

Olamide – “Triumphant” ft Bella Shmurda

Olamide and Bella Shmurda linked up last year for the remix of the track ‘Vision 2020’ and in a bid to serve fans with that same chemistry, the created “Triumphant“. The track which is off Olamide “Carpe Diem” speaks about being triumphant over it all, the hate, depression, and life after the fame. Olamide sings about losing his parents when it was time for them to eat the fruit of their labor.“Man I triumphant, And I’ve been through a lot, Many people wrote me off, But God no gree, Kan le dayon man”

Zlatan – “Lagos Anthem”

Produced by P.Prime, “Lagos Anthem” by Zlatan is a feel-good track with good beats and catchy lyrics. This one is for the Big Ballers of Lagos who turn up every night, spend lots of cash and yet complain that there is no money in Lagos. “Every Night Bentley, Every Night Rolls Royce, Lo na tollgate won fe lo jaiye. Padi mi gbe Aston martin, Emi gbe Bugatti, La le Friday, Won fe lo?Jaiye. Them dey talk say money no dey Lagos.”

Rema – “Peace Of Mind”

Following the success of his last single, “Woman,” Mavin singer, Rema tackles the harsh realities of 2020 in his new song, ‘Peace Of Mind’. The song addresses how he feels about the many tragedies that occurred in Nigeria and across the world, as well as confronting the personal battles he has faced this year.

Omah Lay – “My Bebe”

Released off his “What Have We Done” EP, “My Bebe” is a stunning fusion of Afrobeat and Reggae accompanied by adoring lyrics that would make any woman swoon. Omah Lay is full of promises and all he wants is to love his woman down low. “I wanna love you, love you, love you, love you, Love-love you down, down.”. This track would definitely sit well with the ladies.

DJ Spinall – “Sere” ft Fireboy

Produced by Kel P, “Sere” is the lead single off DJ Spinall’s latest album titled “Grace.”  The track which is a stunning combination of charming, melodic Afrobeats flow with sultry lyrics by Fireboyis a perfect record for enjoyment, situations & living life. Listen & Enjoy!

Davido – “Jowo”

Jowo” is one of the tracks off Davido’s latest album “A Better Time” and due to popular demand, its official music video was released. Listen and Enjoy!!

Peruzzi – “Southy Love” ft. Fireboy DML

Ahead of the release of his highly anticipated album “Rum & Boogie” Peruzzi recruited Fireboy DML for the exciting tube “Southy Love.” The record talks about doing the most just to see your love and be with him or her, catching a late flight or connecting one to reach her destination. It encourages lovers to do the most for Love and Pop, stay happy.

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