10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week’ is a 10 track-listing playlist highlighting the best of songs released over the past few days from Africa and the Carribeans (Jamaica).
Gidochi – XXL (Prod. by Kel P)
The Nescafe 1 song winner, Gidochi finally drops his much-anticipated single, XXL ahead of his debut EP – Mixed Feeling.
While Gidochi has been known over the years for his hit songs like With You, High with me which featured the Reggae/Dancehall act, Stonebwoy, the young singer shows how his Afrobeats side on this new single.
Gidichi XXL song expresses his profound love for his lover. According to the singer everyone has that one person they share an XXL kind of love with. Most of the time it’s their partners.
The silky voice singer teams up with Nigeria’s sensational producer – Kel P on this jam.
Jay Bahd x City Boy x O’Kenneth x Reggie x Kwaku DMC – Condemn
Dead Peepol – Against
Buzzing Ghanaian Music duo – Dead Peepol follows up their ‘Otan Hunu‘ street anthem with another hip-hop record tagged ‘Against’.
The duo comes forth with this masterpiece produced by Kobe Norths after successfully chalking a mega collaboration on their ‘Otan Hunu’ song.
Peruzzi – Isolova
Nigerian singer and songwriter, Peruzzi unlocks a brand new single entitled, “Isolova.” Produced by skilled beatsmith Lussh Beats, “Isolova” serves as a follow-up to his previous single titled, “Lagbaja.”
Larry Gaaga ft Davido & Umu Obiligbo – Doubting Thomas
Gaaga Muzik head honcho, Larry Gaaga comes through with a brand new single which he titled, “Doubting Thomas.” Produced by heavyweight music producer Masterkraft, “Doubting Thomas” features Nigerian international superstar, Davido alongside popular highlife duo, Umu Obiligbo.
Sarkodie ft. Kuami Eugene – Happy Day
Africa’s most decorated rapper , Sarkodie unlocks a new number. After the successful release of his previous song titled ‘Gimme Way’ featuring Prince Bright (BukBak) , the Ghanaian rapper finally dishes out his highly anticipated new single titled ‘Happy Day’ , an inspirational song featuring Lynx Entertainment’s hitmaking machine – Kuami Eugene.
Snippets of Happy Day leaked earlier today on twitter where music critics tagged ‘Happy Day’ as a political and campaign song for the current sitting Government – NPP. Sarkodie was heard praising President Nana Akuffo-Addo for initiating the Free SHS policy and also providing stable electricity. Well we can’t really concur to this affirmation until both parties involved do so.
M.anifest – It’s Up to Us
Singitdamnit Award winning rapper – M.anifest aka the godMC teams up with The Mastercard Foundation to create awareness with this song titled ‘Its Up to Us’.
Manifest cautions listeners to adhere to the safety protocol put in place in fight of COVID-19 and embrace the new-normal by wearing #FaceMask often. Production credit goes to MikeMillzOn’Em.
DJ Mensah ft. Kweku Smoke , Lyrical Joe , DopeNation , Kofi Mole , Medikal & E.L – Like That
Off his forthcoming EP dubbed ‘Now Or Never’ , The Untouchable DJ and Sarkodie’s official DJ – DJ Mensah releases this star-studded song titled ‘Like That’ which features Lyrical Joe , Kweku Smoke , E.L. , Kofi Mole , Dopenation & Medikal.
Amerado – Kyer3 Me ft Okyeame Kwame
Ghana’s trending rapper Amerado after a brief announcement is out with what he calls the 2020 official Christmas banger titled Kyer3 Me. The much-anticipated hiplife song features veteran musician Okyeame Kwame. In the song, Amerado was seen taking advice on how to love his partner from the experienced Okyeame Kwame who is known to be a lover boy. The content of the song explains the concept behind it.
Worlasi & Drvmroll – Guinness
The DIOS EP is a project created through a collaboration between versatile producer Drvmroll, and ‘World Music‘ superstar talent Worlasi. The two musicians have both been fans of each other’s work for a while. So, when the opportunity came to collaborate, they were both enthusiastic to make it happen.
DIOS stands for Did It Ourselves, which signifies how much of themselves the duo put into this project. During the production, things didn’t go exactly as planned. Some people who were supposed to help on the project weren’t able to come through for one reason or another. And in the end, Drvmroll and Worlasi had to come to terms with the fact that whether or not things went according to plan, they were going to get it done.