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Top 9 Nigerian Songs For Your Playlist This Week

Posted by on August 5, 2022 0


Top 9 Songs For Your Playlist This Week of August 2022. We welcome you, as we bring forth the most anticipated Nigerian Songs playlist for the week. We have curated the best of the best banging tunes out there for your listening pleasure and we cannot wait for you to jam them all week long.

The artist listed here have been in our faces for a while now, containing Africa’s biggest exports that have not only been working hard to curate mad jamz, but they have also been able to put Nigeria and Africa at league on the global map.

Let’s get into it;

Burna Boy- Common Person

Off his just premiered album, Love, Damini, Odogwu himself serves his lovers around the world a brand new one, Common Person. Common Person is a track that depicts the reality of the average person.

With some strings of highlife, Burna Boy takes us back in time. Burna Boy is one artist who, although is embedded in Afrobeat, loves to explore other genres as well. The single, through his new project has shown a different side to what we are quite accustomed to.

This song is definitely one that should be on your playlist.


Omah Lay- I’m a mess

Omah Lay, shares with his fans the dark parts of his life. Not all that glitters is gold they say and this track is a typical representation. Many times, we tend to forget that celebrities are just like you and me. They have burdens as well and feel pain.

Omah lets us into his world, as he reveals to us that he is also a “mess like everyone else. “I’m a mess is that song that resonates with everyone. Niphkeys takes production credit for this jam.

Omah Lay recently shared with us his mental health struggles after he got betrayed by a friend. He also appreciated those who stood by him through the trying times.


Fireboy – Bandana ft Asake

All the way from YBNL, Adedamola Adefolahan, widely known as Fire Boy DML premiers a brand new track dubbed, Bandana featuring his label mate, Asake. 

Both artists deliver pleasantly without one overshadowing the other. Asake held down the chorus of the song as expected, while Fireboy also did justice to his verses. The song sprung to number No. 1 on Nigeria’s Top 100 in its release week.

For a couple of years now, Fireboy has been dishing out amazing sounds and has been able to show versatility via his craft.



Adekunle – 5 star

Adekunle Gold with the juice and sauce is here again with a brand new one, titled, 5-star. The song is an emotional one, where the artist takes us back to his struggle days with sickle cell. But now, AG baby is on a 5-star ‘steezz’ and takes absolute care of himself.

We have watched AG baby transform from the days of Orente, to About 30, and now to songs like %-star. I think we can all agree that his growth is undoubtedly amazing.

Despite his health condition (which we wouldn’t have known if not for his most recent revelation anyway). Adekunle Gold has gone on to be the best version of himself, and never fails to carry his fans along.

The song is definitely a hit that should not be missing from your playlist.


Burna Boy – It’s plenty

It’s Plenty is another one from Burna Boy, off the project, Love Damini that’s making fans go crazy at the moment.

The track is the 9th track on the album and has an amazing vibe to it.  The global star makes us understand that he wants to be celebrated in life and not waste his days on earth and tomorrow is not promised.

Love, Damini is a body of work that serves as a follow-up to Burna Boy’s Grammy-award-winning “Twice As Tall”. It also serves as Odogwu’s 6th studio album. We cannot help but agree that Burna,s 5th album, Twice As Tall brought him his well-deserved international recognition.


Crayon – Ijo Labala

Ijo Labala is a song by Mavin records Crayon. It’s a viral dance song that has now gone viral and netizens are all loving it. It has also gone viral on TikTok, with lots of fans feeling the choreography.

Although Crayon has not been so consistent, we reckon that whenever he gives us, we most certainly must take it. Ijo Laba-Laba was born purely out of cruise and we can tell that it’s going to be around for a while.

Ijo Laba Laba also serves as a follow-up to the Mavin All stars, Overdose that had us hooked for the longest, and still does anyways.


Olakira- Polongo

Afro-pop sensation, Olakira, who wowed out with his hit single, “Maserati” is here doing the lords work again, as he premiers a new jam dubbed, Polongo.

One thing we know about Olakira is that he puts his all into his projects, with catchy lyrics and verses. On this addictive song, Olakira tells his woman that he can be all she wants and more – The perfect gentleman.

Olakira, whose real name is Adelusola Ebenezer Adefemi has been a fan fav ever since his hit song and does not plan to stop anytime soon.


Iyanya – Like, Ft Davido, Kizz Daniel

Iyanya Comes through with this amazing tune, “Like” featuring 2 of Nigeria’s biggest exports, Davido and Kizz Daniel. Of course, we trust Kizz to deliver amazing Vocals, while David brings in the vibes and cruise. This collaborative effort is one we would love to experience non-stop.

Like was premiered on the 15th of July, and was produced by talented Reward Beatz. The song is a romantic one that preaches True love. The artists each talk about how their women have stood by them, even when they had nothing to offer but love.

Thsi buzzing sound serves as a follow-up after Iyanya’s debut single for the year called, “Call”, which features Ayra Starr all the way from Mavin records.


Chike – Hard to find ft Flavour

A collaborative effort between Flavour and Chike can only birth greatness. Chike comes through with a brand new track dubbed, Hard To Find. The song is self-tiled, after hike’s 2022 album.

Hard to find is an absolutely contagious love song for both young and old. The afrobeat track has 2 of Nigeria’s body of talents from the Southern part of the country,

Recall, Chike’s album back in 2022, Boo of the booless, we have seen tremendous growth ever since, as the artist keeps dishing out goodness to his fans worldwide. Although he was criticized initially, Nigerians have come to embrace his sound, and focus on his talent. Hard to Find was produced by Dennis “DeeYasso” Yasso and co-produced by Masterkraft.



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