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).
$pacely ft. Dumey – Miss Universe
In his latest song, “Miss Universe” featuring Dumey , Ghanaian rapper and vocalist $pacely attempts Amapiano for the first time.
While on tour in the United States, $pacely continues to serve his listeners and fans with new music.
‘Miss Universe’ is a glaring example of $pacely’s musical skill and desire to venture outside of his comfort zone.
Wendy Shay – Warning
Wendy makes a comeback with shades for her ex’s new boyfriend in keeping with the failed trend “Survivor.” This song paints a beautiful picture of a lover who is bleeding to death. The singer serves as a mentor and reminisces about her relationship with her ex-lover to the new mistress.
Simply “Warning” the new prospect to be cautious of the man’s statements. Wendy continues singing in a mellow tone with the intention of giving us another fan favorite. MOG, one of the best producers in Ghana, mixed and mastered the song.
Lojay – Leader!
Regarding Lojay’s ability to sustain his trajectory following his major setback with the Sarz-assisted Monalisa, music fans and critics have been questioning this subject for a while.
In relation to music releases, Lojay hasn’t done much this year. With a remix of Monalisa that features Chris Brown, an American R&B singer, and performer, he made his 2022 debut. Lojay’s career was put on a high pedestal as a result of this partnership, compelling him to maintain the standard.
Lojay returns to the scene as the year draws to a close in order to dispel the suspicions of skeptics. Lojay releases a new song named “Leader!” that was produced by talented Nigerian producer P.Priime as his second release of the year and his first official single following Monalisa.
Ayra Starr – Rush
Ayra Starr, a singer/songwriter signed to Mavin Records, is getting ready to release the deluxe edition of her debut album, “19 & Dangerous.” Her excellent quality of work established her as one of the top rising pop stars in Nigeria.
The gifted Nigerian singer has only released one song so far this year, but she has appeared on tracks that are megahits right now. Among them are Iyanya’s Call and the songs “Love Don’t Cost A Dime (Re-Up)” by Magixx and “Overdose” by Mavin.
Ayra Starr delivers this upbeat song with a catchy title, “Rush,” for her second official release of the year. It was co-produced by Henri Velasco and Andre Vibez.
She posted a one-minute teaser on her social media timeline before the release, which was very well received. This clearly shows how eager fans have anticipated new songs from Ayra Starr.
Wizkid – Bad To Me
Wizkid returns from hiatus with a new song titled ‘Bad To Me.’ He’s been teasing his fans for weeks, and on Tuesday, 13th September 2022, he finally delivered.
The Nigerian singer-songwriter, who released the track officially across digital streaming platforms announced that he is releasing an album titled ‘More Love Less Ego’ — but that never happened. Nonetheless, we’re happy to see him back on his feet and ready to take over once again.
Despite the fact that Wizkid was not actively releasing songs, he was still relevant and breaking records. His critically acclaimed album “Made In Lagos” had previously received a gold certification in the United States.
So the next question is: When will the “More Love, Less Ego” album arrive? Later or sooner? Our fingers are crossed.
Yemi Alade ft. Spice – Bubble It
Award-winning Nigerian singer Yemi Alade proves in her newest song, “Bubble It,” that she is more multifaceted than we initially imagined.
With her most recent release, Yemi Alade displays her versatility by collaborating with Grammy-winning Jamaican artist Spice to create a song with dancehall influences.
Yemi Alade’s position as the queen of African music remains unchallenged as she continues on her current path.
Bad Boy Timz – Big Money
Nigerian singer-songwriter, Bad Boy Timz has a brand-new song out called “Big Money” The new song, Oluwadurotimi’s third effort of the year and a follow-up to his last release, “Iz Going,” was produced by the up-and-coming beatmaker.
Zlatan – Jaboti
The first single after his hugely successful album ‘Resan’, Zlatan is out with yet another bubbly and certified rap anthem. The record re-echoes his journey so far in his life and career and how untouchable he has become. “Jaboti” is catchy and will definitely take over the clubs, dance floors.
Nautyca ft. Michy – Supuu
Nautyca and Michy are becoming a force to be reckoned with in Ghanaian male-female duets.
The duo has teamed up for another song with the title “Supuu” after the success of their first collaboration labeled “OK.”
‘Supuu’ is a dance song that will help you unwind from the stresses of everyday life. Following their unforgettable performance at the Stonebwoys Ashaiman 2 Da World event in 2022, the unofficial combo dropped this banger, produced by Skybeatz.
Ypee ft. Lasmid – Ewuraba
Ypee is a Ghanaian rapper with a relentless work ethic. He has consistently produced outstanding tunes throughout the year, and will continue to do so.
With his most recent single, “Ewuraba,” Ypee is poised to appear on December’s official playlist as the year comes to a close.
The vocals on the track “Ewuraba” by Ypee and the man of the moment are crisp and clear for your listening pleasure.
Sickbeatz is credited with production.
There you have it, these are the 10 Best Songs You Need To Hear This Week.