Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 110)

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).

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Cina Soul ft. Camidoh – Waiting

Cina Soul, a talented Ghanaian musician, returns from hiatus with a new track as the Libra season winds down.

Cina Soul hasn’t put out much new music this year after the successful release of her ‘For Times We Lost’ EP in 2021. She is making a comeback with the amazing song “Waiting” to make up for all the time she has been away.

She invites Camidoh, a talented producer and vocalist from Ghana who is now in good form. The duo traded fantastic verses, making the tune a good blend of vocals.

FAVE – Scatta Scatta

Chidozie Godsfavour Ugochinyere, also known as Fave, is a vocalist and songwriter from Nigeria who isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. Fave is positioned to retain the trajectory as a result of the traction generated after her ‘Riddim 5 EP’s enormous success.

FAVE provides a beautiful masterpiece called “Scatta Scatta” in a high voice key over the piano-led beat. Fave has proven her value since being named one of the up-and-coming artists to watch in 2022. She has been able to match the attention she has received with the works she has released, and everything appears to be going according to plan.

Ayra Starr ft. Lojay – Running

Mavin Records singer-songwriter Ayra Starr has had a remarkable year. Rush and the Bloody Samaritan Remix, which featured Kelly Rowland, are only two of Ayra Starr’s beautiful compositions.

She offers the deluxe edition of her critically praised debut album 19 & Dangerous, which includes five more tracks.

The Bloody Samaritan Remix, which features American singer Kelly Rowland, the Lonely Refix, which features Zinoleesky, Ase, and Rush, and the Skinny Girl Anthem, which features Kayykilo, were among the new and re-brushed tracks that were included this time.

Niniola – Fuku

The Queen of Afro-house music Niniola makes a return to the music space with a new single titled ‘Fuku.
The song ‘Fuku’ is an uptempo Amapiano/Dance song that sees Niniola telling her guy that with her, is where he should rather be than with some other girl. The song is a definite party cracker produced by one of South Africa’s finest, Smangori & Black Messiah.
‘Fuku’ is a follow-up to her previous release ‘Want’ which was released in June.


Moliy ft. P.Priime – Prisoner

The long-awaited extended play “Honey Doom” by Ghanaian singer-songwriter Molly Ama Montgomery, often known as Moliy, has finally been delivered.

Prior to the official premiere of “Honeydoom,” she released a song called “Hard” featuring Moonchild Sanelly.

She released her EP, Honey Doom, to cap off the month of October. It talks about relationships’ “bittersweet nature” and the heartache that frequently accompanies them. On songs like “Hard” and “Freak,” her delicate voice is layered over dance-inspiring sounds.

Contributors to the eight-track album include Juls, P.Priime, Moonchild Sanelly, Melissa, and DJ Radix.

Herman Suede – Kumbaya

Fast-rising Ghanaian artist Herman Suede releases a brand-new song titled “Kumbaya,” after a long hiatus.

In the song ‘Kumbaya,’ Herman Suede dwells on a variety of influences and experiences in “Kumbaya,” which was produced by rising Nigerian producer Frosh Tunes and mixed and mastered by MikeMillzOnEm.

The feel-good ‘Kumbaya’ will be Herman Suede’s first release in 2022 after the success of last year’s love-themed “Bittersweet” EP, which led to the well-received singles “One By One,” “Meant For You,” and “Naa Kwarley” and garnered him a nomination for “EP of the Year” at the 3 Music Awards.

DJ Vyrusky ft. KiDi & Camidoh – Body 2 Body

Following a stunning performance at the just-ended Tidal Rave festival, Ghanaian DJ DJ Vyrusky has officially released his much-anticipated new single.

The DJ and producer teams up with KiDi and Camidoh for the independently produced single “Body 2 Body” after their collaboration on the well-received “Change Your Style,” which featured St. Lennon, Kojo Manuel, and KiDi.

Kidi and Camidoh, two of Ghana’s top vocalists, create a magnificent song called “Body 2 Body” with syrupy verses.

Wendy Shay – Heaven

Ghanaian singer-songwriter Wendy Shay gives her fans and listeners an early look at what to anticipate from her upcoming Enigma EP.

With its catchy tune and relatable plot, “Heaven,” by Wendy Shay, from the Enigma EP, has the potential to become a mainstream hit.

This masterpiece was produced in collaboration with Wendy Shay and Jay Scratch.

Shatta Wale – Cash Out

Shatta Wale, a celebrated Ghanaian dancehall performer with an impressive resume, turns 37 today. He releases new music as part of a yearly routine to mark this important day in his life. Shatta Wale has released a new song, “Cash Out,” which is the first single from his upcoming “Gift Of God” album.

According to reports, Shatta Wale’s “Gift Of God” was supposed to be released today, but for reasons that the general public is unaware of, the album is still in limbo. Here is “Cash Out,” which was co-produced by Shatta Wale and Gold Up Music, while we wait for the album to be released.

Mr. Eazi ft. DJ Tarico, Falz, Major League DJZ & Joey B – Patek (Remix)

With his most recent album, “Patek,” which features Joey B and DJ Tarico, Nigerian Afrobeat singer and songwriter Oluwatosin Ajibade, better known as Mr. Eazi, has the world in a chokehold. The song has sparked a challenge on the video-based social media platform Tiktok, which has had an impact on current top songs.

Mr. Eazi releases a remix to maintain the song’s momentum. He keeps the original’s contributing artists on the remix while also inviting Falz and the South African music duo Major League DJZ.

The song gets a fresh vibe from Falz and Major League DJZ, which makes it more lively.


There you have it, these are the 10 Best Songs You Need To Hear This Week.


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