5 Naija songs you should have on your playlist

Just as you’re about to hit the road or chill with your friends or just chilling alone at home, we have 5 song recommendation for you this week.

Download and enjoy the below songs. Don’t forget to share also.


1. Wande Coal – “Again”

So this track takes us back to the days of “Ololufe,”  “Private Tips,” “Super Woman,” and “So Mi So“. The track is the singer’s first single of the year and it was produced by Melvitto. On this mid-tempo Afropop tune, Wande showcases his irresistible loving side to bless the season and month of love. Another exciting jam for the lover dem boys and gals.

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2. Omah Lay -“Bad Influence”

It’s no surprise this track is on the list again because fans can’t seem enough of it. This addictive record which was written and produced Omah Lay himself is basically about a love story that ended in tears. Omah curses his lover for being a bad influence on him and also for leaving him high and dry. This is one experience most people can relate to which makes it more exciting to listen to. The touching tune is still one of the most streamed songs at the moment.

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3. Omah Lay – You

omah lay you

Omah Lay’s greatest gift might seem his technique or his lyric tenor vocals, but it’s neither. His greatest gift is his type of songwriting that merges echoes of Fireboy’s creative penmanship with Wizkid’s vibes.  You is a groovy RnB song which was dropped during the COVID-19 heat in Nigeria

It’s one of the songs that made the coronavirus lockdown less boring. Omah Lay sang out his soul in this one and ended up claiming the top 10 spot in Nigeria’s Apple Top 100 few days after release.

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4. Oxlade – 02

Oxlade - O2

Uber-Talented Nigerian singer Oxlade lifted the song titled “O2“, off his new project, ‘Oxygen‘.  02 is a sweet romantic ode to a girl Oxlade can’t do without, can’t breathe without. This is a really good opening but more importantly, quality Afro-RnB. Hold on, Like the opening track, Oxlade adds a catchy slang that stays with the listener. This time he is going crazy(Machala) for the love of an unnamed woman.

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5. Yung L x Wizkid – “Eve Bounce” (Remix)

Yung L x Wizkid – "Eve Bounce" (Remix) « tooXclusive

This track is a delicious blend of Afrobeat, Afro-dancehall, and Reggae. It makes us wonder why we haven’t clamored for a Yung L and Wizkid collaboration before. Starboy Wizkid as usual puts in the magic touch with sweet sweet lyrics we are accustomed to getting from him which gave the track a different and exciting vibe. Its a certified summer bop.

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