Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 80)
10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week’ is a 10 track-listing playlist highlighting the best of songs released over the past few days from Africa and the Carribeans (Jamaica).
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Multi-talented Ghanaian singer-songwriter, Fameye returns to the music scene after a short breather. Fameye marks his 2022 register with a new laid-back number titled ‘Don’t Worry’ which envelopes a Fameye rap-sung signature delivery.
‘Don’t Worry’ was laced beautifully by the talented record producer and usual suspect Liquidbeatz.
Multi-faceted Ghanaian singer-songwriter and producer, Bisa Kdei has been away from the music scene for some time but is making a come-back with his first 2022 release.
The Ghanaian crooner joins forces with award-winning Ghanaian singer-songwriter and also a producer, KiDi for this potential Afrobeat hit titled ‘Love You’
Last Bisa Kdei released a song was on the 17th of September 2021, a tune titled ‘Yard’.
Ghanaian rapper, Yaw TOG takes a turnaround rap music in his latest output titled ‘Azul’. The Asakaa poster boy gives Amapiano a try in this new serving and it features Nigerian Afrobeat hitmaker, Bad Boy Timz.
This collaboration was earlier teased on social media in a video posted by both parties on Instagram during its recording session. The teaser garnered enormous traction online and has since been on the anticipation list of music enthusiasts. Azul is here now.
After his impressive verse on Mayorkun’s buzzing tune ‘Holy Father’, Nigerian singer-songwriter Victony keeps to his good form with an Afrobeat-Amapiano infused number titled ‘Apollo‘, produced by P.Priime.
‘Apollo’ registers as Victony’s first output of 2022.
‘Sweet N Fine’ is the seventh song housed under Wurld’s fifth studio project ‘My WorlD With U’ and it features his frequent collaborator Sarz.
Speaking extensively on Sweet N Fine’, he said;
“‘Sweet and Fine’ is my first step out of the relationship. I’m back out, trying to try to date, trying to be a better man; meeting someone new. And I’m really trying to bring her into my corner. I’m really just trying to be a better person, in that I’m being patient. I’m trying to be sweet. And I’m trying to figure it out. This is something new; I’m back out now with something new.”
Nigerian music producer, performer, and composer BOJ has shared a new single off his impending album ‘Gbagada Express’ titled ‘Culture’.
The sublime tune is jazzed up with an impressive verse from Enny alongside a lush Juls production.
ENNY is s an English rapper, singer and songwriter. She is best known for her 2020 single “Peng Black Girls” which gained popularity following a remix version with Jorja Smith which was performed live on ColorsxStudios.
Nigerian record producer and sound engineer Adebajo Oluwanifemi Adebanjo popularly known as Niphkeys best known for producing the hit single Koleyewon by Naira Marley and also Kilofeshe by Zinoleesky taps Bank Music frontman, Reekado Banks for his latest self-produced offering titled ‘Man Of The Year’.
‘Man Of The Year’ is a follow up to Niphkeys’ previously released ‘Blessings’ which features Zinoleesky.
Ayra Starr’s performance in 2022 has been outstanding; the Mavin Records singer-songwriter is without a doubt one of the year’s most highlighted Nigerian musicians. From Magixx’s ‘Love Don’t Cost A Dime (Re-Up)’ to L.A.X’s ‘Options,’ she’s done it all. She is well-versed and understands the assignment with regards to any song she’s featured on.
Iyanya has been on break since November 2021, and ‘Call’ is his first official single for 2022. Iyanya, who features Ayra Starr, knows how to make a comeback.
Milla Mixx mixed and mastered ‘Call,’ which was produced by the multitalented 1da Banton.
Ahead of Rave and Roses album release, Nigerian Afrobeat/Afropop superstar Rema links up with British rapper, singer, songwriter and record produce, AJ Tracey for his single release of 2022 titled ‘FYN’.
This is a follow up to his buzzing record ‘Calm Down’ which is still making charts on radio, television and digital streaming platforms.
Production credits to Kel P.
There you have it, these are the 10 Best Songs You Need To Hear This Week.
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