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Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 101)

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10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week’ is a 10-track-listing playlist highlighting the best songs released over the past few days from Africa and the Caribbean (Jamaica).

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East-London Afro-swing collective NSG and MHD, a French rapper, have teamed together to give us “In Da Car”

This bilingual collaboration is full of all the vibes to keep those summer parties hopping, with NSG spitting their bars in English and MHD spewing his in French.

The NSG boys are known for creating entertaining videos, and the video for “In Da Car” is no exception. In it, they get things blazing at a pool party and on the top of a parking lot.

PlayboyFireboy DML’s much-awaited third studio album has finally arrived and it was distributed via a collaboration with YBNL Entertainment and EMPIRE.

Fireboy DML has achieved incredible success and established himself as one of the major forces in the music industry since Olamide initially introduced him in 2019.  After roughly three years in the music business, Fireboy DML has released three bodies of work: the critically acclaimed debut “Laughter, Tears & Goosebumps,” the follow-up “Apollo,” and the most recent “Playboy.”

The third studio album by Fireboy DML, “Playboy,” has finally been released to the public. It is the follow-up to his eclectic albums “Laughter, Tears & Goosebumps” and “Apollo.” Ed Sheeran, Chris Brown, Rema, Euro, Asake, and Shenseea all make guest appearances on the album’s 14 tracks. His previously released song “Peru,” which debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 and received a gold certification in the United States, is also included on the project.

Fireboy DML’s “Playboy” album solidifies the foundation he has been building ever since his inception into the music space.

Silky voice Ghanaian singer – Krymi unlocks his latest afro-fusion masterpiece titled ‘No Feelings’

With an incredible new song rich in fine-textured melodies and syrupy lyrics, the Highly Spiritual poster boy reignites the affection his fans have for him.

The song “No Feelings,” a follow-up to his previous single “Notty,” will be Krymi’s third official single of 2022.

On his debut album Sounds of My World, the UK-based Ghanaian producer, DJ and multi-instrumentalist recruits a fresh, colourful batch of rising artists and trusted collaborators (including Wizkid, Sauti Sol, Jaz Karis, Fireboy DML and Niniola).

The album forms a dazzling love letter to traditional sounds from Africa—from Ghanaian highlife to South African amapiano via silky-smooth Afrobeat—all filtered though innovative global lenses.

The deluxe edition adds five new tracks, including a “Summer in the Ends” remix with Zikomo and Jaz karis, and new collabs with Projexx and Sevana.

What makes life simpler? To make life simpler, the excess must be eliminated, leaving only what is truly necessary. The latest track by Vicor AD has this as its theme.
Victor AD’s new song, “Simple Life,” is a follow-up to his previous hit, “Bills,” which has had over 2 million streams on Audiomack. In it, Victor AD discusses simplicity over a rich production.

10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week, Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 101)

With his second release of the year, talented Ghanaian singer and performer Mr. Drew is expected to make a mark once more. Dayana, the recording artist’s first single of the year, had a phenomenal performance across all streaming services.

Better, the follow-up to Dayana, is an Afro-fusion song that stands out from Mr. Drew’s signature sounds. Titi Owusu, a seasonal singer and songwriter from Ghana, is featured in the song, which was co-produced by Mix Master Garzy and DJ Vyrusky.

Fast-rising Ghanaian rapper Yaw Tog ends his break after several months of no new music releases. The Asakaa poster boy has released just one song so far this year, titled “Azul,” with Nigerian Afrobeat musician Bad Boy Timz.

Furthermore, Yaw Tog showcases his vocal prowess in the song “Sophia,” which was created by Khendibeatz, for his second release of the year.

In a video posted on his timeline weeks before the release, Yaw Tog and his friends could be seen dancing to a song that had gained a lot of popularity on social media.

Yaw Tog is reintroduced to the music scene by Sophia with a completely new vibe.

Nigerian street-hop singer Bella Shmurda has returned with a new tune for his listeners in which he identifies as the “New Born Fela.” The song is enhanced by a creative music video that was made by TG Omori, currently the most sought Nigerian videographer.

Bella’s fourth official single of the year is “New Born Fela,” which was produced by the talented beatmaker Fancy Beats. It is a sequel to the earlier single “Fvck Off,” which was released back in May.

After the success of his last single, “Legalize,” by Nigerian singer-songwriter and entrepreneur Mr. Eazi, he has released a new song.

After a protracted absence from the music industry, Mr. Eazi returned with a bang thanks to Legalize’s outstanding performance across all digital streaming platforms.

Similar to “Legalize,” Mr. Eazi’s exhilarating love ballad “Personal Baby” honors a remarkable woman in his life.

Mr. Eazi’s second single of the year, “Personal Baby,” was produced by Kel P.

Ghanaian tongue-twisting rapper, Lyrical Joe under the imprint of 2MG Music makes a return with his annual flagship rap freestyle dubbed ‘5th August’.

This year’s numbers as the sixth installment of the long-length body of work which incorporates rhyme, rhythmic speech, and street vernacular.

The ATown TSB produced record commemorates Lyrical Joe on his birthday.

There you have it, these are the 10 Best Songs You Need To Hear This Week.


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