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).
Blaqbonez ft. JAE5 – Back In Uni
Nigerian controversial rapper Blaqbonez has teamed up with the renowned British-Ghanaian music producer Jae5. The song is the first release off Blaqbonez’s upcoming sophomore studio album, “Young Preacher,” and it aims to rekindle his artistic vision as one of Africa’s top musicians.
“Back In Uni” is the most recent offering from Blaqbonez, who has previously put out a number of excellent songs. In this song, he accentuates the playboy ideal by narrating the story of a man who appears to have repented and is now reminiscing about his antics with other women.
Blaqbonez continues by describing a young man who has previously led a promiscuous lifestyle. All the hearts I crushed in Lekki, Only God fit defend me, is the first line of the percussion-heavy song, which is a strong record and may be used to draw in listeners.
With the release of this song, Blaqbonez maintains the momentum and creates the necessary hype for the release of his upcoming studio album Young Preacher on October 28. With his upcoming studio album, Blaqbonez will undoubtedly have a lot to offer his fans.
Black Sherif – Oil In My Head, Oh Paradise, Toxic Love City
Ghanaian rapper and composer Mohammed Ismail Sherif, also known as Black Sherif, has finally released his debut album. Black Sherif’s 14-track body of work titled “The Villain I Never Was” discusses extensively, his present mental state and the circumstances he is now dealing with.
Songs like Soja, Kwaku The Traveler, and Second Sermon Remix, which were already available, gave the album’s official release some impetus. Only one musician, Burna Boy, was featured on the project, and he appeared on the remix of the Second Sermon, one of the album’s 14 songs. This speaks volumes about Black Sherif’s skill as a solo artist.
Even though Black Sherif didn’t take home the prize for best international at the recently held BET Hip-Hop Awards, this album will make up for it. This effort will undoubtedly open more doors for him and push boundaries.
Rexxie ft. Naira Marley And Skiibii – Abracadabra
It’s that time of year when musicians from all around the world strive to score Christmas hits. Rexxie, a Nigerian music producer, is following a similar path with his most recent single, “Abracadabra,” which also features Naira Marley and Skiibii.
Eze Chisom Faith and Rexxie himself collaborated on the production of the new song. It has Amapiano components and vocals by Naira Marley, the ruler of Marlia, and Skiibii, a rising star on More Grace Records.
Rexxie’s fifth release of the year, “Abracadabra,” is a follow-up to his previously released single, “Gotta Move on,” which he co-wrote with Ghanaian beatmaker Nektunez.
Moliy ft. Moonchild Sanelly – Hard
Ghanaian angelic singer Moliy and South African musician Moonchild Sanelly have collaborated to create HARD, the year’s best anthem for female empowerment.
Ahead of Moliy’s eagerly awaited EP Honey Doom on October 19th, the track gives listeners a sneak peek at what to expect. The smooth new single, which is infused with a gorgeous fusion of Hip Hop and Afrobeat sounds, is unquestionably contagious. Moliy sets the mood and elegantly lays out the lines at the beginning of the track, which makes us want to hear more.
Dopenation – Gboza
The latest song from Ghanaian music duo Dopenation is expected to unleash mayhem. Prior to the single’s official release, the twin music group teased a preview of the song titled ‘Gboza,’ which went viral.
Additionally, the excerpt spawned a challenge on Tiktok that has drawn numerous entries. The song’s full-length audio is now available, and Dopenation is set to take over the charts with it.
The song has also been accompanied by an amazing dance routine as well.
Quamina Mp – High
After a brief hiatus, Ghanaian musician and producer Quamina Mp has returned with a brand-new single.
Despite the fact that Quamina MP hasn’t released enough music this year, his most recent track, “High,” is set to help him end the year on a positive note. ‘High’ is an intriguing song with the potential to be a Christmas hit.
This song follows his previous single titled ‘Attraction (Pininini).’
Joeboy – Likkle Riddim
Joeboy still has plenty to offer his fans despite the drama surrounding veteran artist Asa and accused of copyright violations. This in no way affects Joeboy’s ability to produce the quality hits for which he is well-known.
Joeboy’s fourth release of the year is Likkle Riddim, which is created by hitmaker P. Prime. It is a sequel to Tempoe’s previously released single Countour.
There you have it, these are the 10 Best Songs You Need To Hear This Week.
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