From bopping songs about cruising in a Maserati to songs that would relieve you of stress, we’ve got you covered. Get the hottest music sauce below!
Released off his debut EP, “Razor,” Phyno’s protege “Zoom” is one of the top tracks in the country at the moment. On the track, Cheque impresses with his lyrical and vocal delivery. He talks about his journey as an artiste and always wanting to zoom off when bad energy sets in. “Bad energy I zoom, zoom, zoom, I’ll be on my way like I’ll be coming soon“
“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 its 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”…
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
With ‘In My Maserati’ still basking and tearing up speakers/parties, Olakira teamed up with Davido for a Maserati Remix to burst speakers the more and hit us harder!!!. On the original track, Olakira woos the lady of his dreams in this perfect love song, lacing endearing words in vernacular that lends the song an original feel which Nigerians love. ‘Maserati’ the remix, is replete with anecdotes of luxury vehicle brands as the singer|songwriter was originally inspired by his love for the opulent distinctive label while making this track
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”.