Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 140)

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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PsychoYP – Osapa London (Album)

The Osapa London project draws parallels to the luxurious lifestyle portrayed in the series. Just like Will’s move to Beverly Hills, Osapa London represents a high-end location. To capitalize on this association, YP recreates the iconic intro of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” in a captivating way.
The objective is to generate nostalgia among the target audience and stimulate engaging discussions that result in increased interest, pre-saves, and anticipation for the upcoming release. The strategy entails leveraging nostalgia, entertainment, and a sense of excitement to engage the audience. By evoking memories of the beloved TV show, YP intends to create a fun and memorable experience that resonates with fans and potential listeners alike.

Diana Hamilton – Say Amen

Ghanaian gospel singer Diana Hamilton has touched hearts and souls with her inspiring song “Say Amen.” Released as the lead single from her album of the same name, this powerful gospel anthem is a testament to Hamilton’s unwavering faith and uplifting spirit.

In “Say Amen,” Hamilton encourages listeners to speak words of faith and declare blessings into their lives. The song’s infectious melody and heartfelt lyrics resonate deeply with audiences, reminding them of the power of prayer and the importance of believing in God’s promises.

The accompanying music video adds a visual dimension to the song, showcasing Hamilton’s captivating presence and showcasing various settings that reflect the song’s message. From the serene atmosphere of a church to the vastness of a desert and the vibrant energy of a city street, the video brings the song’s themes to life and reinforces its universal appeal.

“Say Amen” has struck a chord with listeners, not only for its positive message but also for its remarkable success on the gospel charts. The song has soared to the top spot on the Ghanaian gospel charts, cementing its place as a beloved and impactful piece of music within the gospel community.

Lyta – Can’t Complain

Nigerian singer and songwriter Lyta has returned with his most recent song, “Can’t Complain.” The song, which was produced by Niphkeys, is a soulful and vivacious blend of pulsating beats and sentimental lyrics. The song’s lyrics address life’s common problems while also conveying a message of optimism and fortitude.

The unstoppable success of “Can’t Complain” will confirm Lyta’s position as a rising star in the Nigerian music industry.

Eugy – Chosen

Ghanaian-British artist Eugy has released a dramatic new tune named “Chosen,” which celebrates his rediscovered trust in Christ. The song, produced by Sevaqk, portrays Eugy’s own spiritual journey and demonstrates his versatile music style.

The hard-hitting track strikes a chord with listeners, showcasing Eugy’s unwavering commitment to serious issues in his music.

Khaid – Anabella

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Khaid continues his stellar run with the release of his new single, ‘Anabella.’ Following the viral success of his duet with Boy Spyce on ‘Carry Me Go,’ Khaid returns with another enthralling track under the Neville Records label. ‘Anabella’ aspires to build on his prior success and establish his place in the music industry.

Lasmid – Bad Boy

Talented Ghanaian singer and songwriter Lasmid continues to dazzle with his most recent single, “Bad Boy.” The song, which was created by renowned Ghanaian music producer MOG Beatz, demonstrates Lasmid’s obvious brilliance and expands his catalog of masterworks. Lasmid’s “Bad Boy” reinforces his place as a rising star in the Ghanaian music scene as he makes his formal debut for the year. The song is guaranteed to enthrall listeners and leave them wanting more because to its magnificent sound and Lasmid’s unparalleled voice.

Amerado & Strongman – Rap Is Still Alive

Hip-hop enthusiasts and fans of rap music have something to rejoice about as two powerhouses of the Ghanaian rap scene, Amerado and Strongman, have come together for an extraordinary collaboration. The dynamic duo has combined their lyrical prowess and undeniable talent on the track titled “Rap Is Still Alive”, produced by the renowned Atown TSB. This exhilarating new release aims to reaffirm the significance of rap in the ever-evolving music landscape.

“Rap Is Still Alive” showcases the unparalleled chemistry between Amerado and Strongman as they effortlessly trade verses filled with exceptional wordplay, thought-provoking metaphors, and captivating storytelling. The powerful production by Atown TSB serves as the perfect backdrop for their hard-hitting lyrics, creating a compelling sonic experience that will resonate with rap enthusiasts worldwide.Both Amerado and Strongman have built strong reputations as skilled wordsmiths and have amassed loyal followings throughout their careers. Their commitment to preserving and promoting the art of rap is evident in their contributions to the Ghanaian music industry. By collaborating on “Rap Is Still Alive,” they aim to inspire and rejuvenate the rap community while showcasing their individual strengths and unique styles.

Amerado, known for his exceptional freestyling ability and insightful lyricism, has consistently delivered hits that have garnered widespread acclaim. His versatility and ability to effortlessly switch flows have made him a force to be reckoned with in the rap game.

Rexxie ft. MohBad, Hotkid & CDQ – Gazo

Renowned Nigerian music producer Rexxie collaborates with CDQ, Mohbad, and Hotkid on the high-energy hit “Gazo.” The music features engaging rhythms, great lyrics, and these performers’ combined talents. It’s a dynamic partnership that pushes musical limits and guarantees listeners an amazing experience.

Patoranking ft. Popcaan – Tonight

Patoranking has dropped the song of the summer, ‘Tonight’ featuring fellow international superstar Popcaan. A collaboration between the biggest dancehall artists from across the Atlantic Ocean was long overdue, finally fans can celebrate and enjoy their summer with this party starter. Patoranking and Popcaan compliment each other’s melodies and blend their sounds perfectly here. With undeniable musical chemistry, this track is set to get anyone on the dance floor.

The accompanying music video brings these good vibes to life, with Patoranking and Popcaan taking over a mega mansion accompanied by dancers and models. Patoranking is a star from Nigeria who exploded on the scene in 2015, winning awards that year such as Vodafone’s African Artist of the Year and Best New Act from MTV’sAfrica Music A wards.One of African music’s most multifaceted artists, Patoranking is many things to many people.

An international reggae star whose afro-dancehall anthems have resonated from Nigeria to the Caribbean, his collaborations with top acts Tiwa Savage, Buju Banton, Wande Coal and many more. He has generated more than350 million views and 1 million subscribers on YouTube alone.With both artists boasting such a massive following, it was only right they gave the fans a tune they’ll never forget.

Oxlade ft. Dave – INTOXYCATED

On their most recent hit, “Intoxycated,” Nigerian vocalist Oxlade and British-Nigerian rapper Dave collaborate. Their frankness and natural chemistry are on full display as they explore different viewpoints on love in the song. The song “Intoxycated,” which was produced by Deeyasso, Spax, and The Kazes, transports listeners to the highs and lows of romantic relationships. By combining two dynamic music scenes, Oxlade and Dave have created a compelling musical experience.

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

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