’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).
Khalifina – Today Tomorrow
Today Tomorrow is a new release by budding afro-fusion artiste, Khalifina. The song is a soothing piece set in a moderato tempo, and tells a relatable story of love.
On this song, Khalifina calmly asks a question many young lovers have on their mind; a promise of forever with the person they have chosen to love. One can feel passion in the voice of the artiste, yet her words are delivered so delicately it leaves one answering these questions she poses.
Khalifina makes love to every work she releases and this dedication is very clear on ‘Today Tomorrow’. She aims to please her fans and ensures this piece of art is brought to life in the ear of music lovers.
Niniola – Addicted
Can you mention a single Niniola bad song? The answer is NO!!!!! The Queen of Afro-House, Niniola returns to the music scene with a new bop. She entitles this fresh summer heat “Addicted,” the latest single from her upcoming sophomore album “Colours and Sounds,” set to drop in September.
Following on the heels of the Afrobeat-inspired “Fantasy” featuring Femi Kuti, Niniola returns to her signature sound on a hypnotic rhythm from close collaborator and long-time producer Sarz.
Adekunle Gold – AG Baby ft. Nailah Blackman
Nigerian singer and songwriter, Adekunle Gold dishes out a brand new single titled, “AG Baby” featuring Trinidadian music artiste, Naila Blackman.
“AG Baby” serves as a follow-up to Adekunle’s buzzing record, “Something Different.” Both records are housed under his forthcoming project tagged, “Afro Pop Vol 1.”
Alkaline – We Up
Alkaline is back with a new banger, “We Up” where he spits game on how to amass riches. Sadly this lesson will do you no good in the Amazon. However, it should prove absolutely essential for this harsh economic jungle in which we live. Like all good lessons, it comes with a moving story and delivered in a beautiful package. The package in question is the Vendetta Boss’ latest track titled, “We Up.”
Alkaline talks rich business and rich badness as he flows over the Armzhouse Music produced beat. He details just how he goes about securing the big bucks, meanwhile, clowning those who have not taken the time to learn the tricks of the trade.
Kay-T – Obi Ne Yem ft Medikal & Okese1
Multi-talented Ghanaian recording music artiste and video director , Kay-T is here again with new music. He teams up with multiple award-winning Ghanaian rapper – Medikal and Okese 1 on this Hip-Hop song titled ‘Obi Ne Yem’.
The self-directed video under production house KTO (Hawk Eye Cinema) is one of a kind. The video comes in two forms ; Film shots and animations thus a befitting visual compliment to the Iyke Parker produced song.
Dead Peepol & Rich Kent – Otan Hunu
We have been receiving lots of requests from our visitors with regards to the title of a song trending on social media. The soundtrack was used as the background song in one of Lil Win’s funny skits.
As one of Ghana’s biggest music hubs , we had to dig deep into the web to unearth the title and composers behind this viral song. Within 2 minutes of filtering search engines , we were able to discover the song. The title of the song is ‘Otan Hunu’ by Dead Peepol & Rich Kent.
‘Otan Hunu’ has that Pop Smoke Dior vibe to it fused with African rap sentiments. Lyrically ‘Otan Hunu’ talks about unnecessary hate , a canker in the Ghanaian society.
DJ Cuppy ft Rema & Rayvanny – Jollof on The Jet
Cuppy releases her first single of the year 2020 titled; “Jollof on the Jet”. The global performer has announced this as the lead song to her upcoming debut Album ‘Original Copy’.
This new tantalizing single features Mavin golden boy; Rema alongside Tanzanian superstar, Rayvanny.
Jahmiel – No Other
Eddie Khae – Mirror Mirror ft. Quamina MP
Budding Ghanaian singer – Eddie Khae highlights Ground Up Chale crooner, Quamina MP on his new song titled ‘Mirror Mirror’.
He follows up his ‘Waow‘ single featuring Joey B with this potential afrobeat street anthem.
Koffee – Lockdown
Koffee comes through with a new summer banger “Lockdown” and the visual saw Popcaan, Dre Island, Skillibeng and more turning up.
“Toast” to the Grammy kid Koffee for managing to keep details of her latest video on “Lockdown” despite keen speculation over leaked footage and photos. The brisk, upbeat track is the quarantine-and-chill tune we didn’t know we needed until it’s midnight release earlier today. The scenic and star-studded visuals are a nostalgic treat for those craving something social and sweet, complete with linkups, luxury cars, and gorgeous drone shots of the South Coast.
Cameos by industry mainstays Popcaan, Creep Chromatic, Skillibeng, Dre Island and Dane Ray contribute to an energetic vibes that show off Jamaica’s culture almost as well as it does the versatile empress.
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