Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 61)

10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week, Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 61)

10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week, Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 61)

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). Follow and like our playlists on Audiomack , Spotify & Apple Music for weekly updates.

Sefa feat. Sarkodie & Dj Tira – Fever

Sefa lastest song, ‘Fever’ is an amapiano and Afrobeats fused joint produced by Black Avenue Muzik ace producer Rony Turn Me Up.

Sefa features the legends Sarkodie from Ghana and Dj Tira from South Africa on this soothing record.

This comes off the back of her label signing a worldwide distribution deal with Sony’s The Orchard and retaining SONY ATV as their publishing company worldwide and her having the number #1 record in Ghana for the past 3 months with her monster hit ‘E Choke’ featuring Mr. Drew.

YCEE – Abeg

Ycee memorialises the differing phases of a blossoming romance with focused reflection. Eschewing the stylistic pluralism that defined 2019’s Ycee Vs Zaheer, the Afro-fusion star settles on a minimalist pairing of neo-R&B and Afrobeats influences that complement his breezy lyrics, creating an immersive universe built around electro-influenced beats (“Abeg”) and smoky drums (“Anymore”).

‘Love Drunk’ is a 7-track album which details his storytelling with pointed clarity, pondering forgiveness on “My Ways” while gently riding the smooth waves of “Intentionally” to promise total devotion to a romantic interest and celebrating the warmth of love with a funky essence on “West Indies”. The mood here grows more intense, giving way to the braggadocious confidence of “Nu Riddim” and a sweltering reunion between Ycee and Patoranking (“Aunty Lovina”) that closes out the project. Ycee’s soothing voice is at its most urgent, guiding a sonic odyssey that meanders between the grieving ache of heartbreak, the lonesome anxieties of separation and, ultimately, the bliss of reconciliation.

Coming off Ycee’s latest studio album, ‘Love Drunk‘ is this well-crafted song titled ‘Abeg’.

Mayorkun – Back In Office

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Adewale Mayowa Emmanuel widely known as Mayorkun dishes out this song titled ‘Back In Office’.

The DMW afrobeat musician gives listeners plenty of excitement on this song.

M.anifest – Scorpio Flow

As we await his ‘Madina To The Universe’ studio album, M.anifest gives listeners a sneak peek of what the project will be offering.

In his latest release titled ‘Scorpio Flow’, M.anifest showcases his lyrical dexterity, solidifying his status as of one of the continent’s best rappers.

Co-Produced by his frequent collaborators MikemillzOnEm and Rvdical, Scorpio Flow follows M.Dot’s previous release ‘La Vida’, a current fan-favorite.

Tripcy ft. Lady Du & DJ Pee Raven – Freeway

Tripcy, yesterday, has released according to him, his last single for the year 2021. On this Amapiano inspired record, Tripcy tagged team with Lady Du (South Africa) & Dj Pee Raven (Resident Dj for ace nightclub, Ace Tantra).

The release is accompanied by a Blaqbad directed video shot in South Africa, in the city of Alexandra, displaying the beautiful landscape of South Africa and it’s rich dance and fashion culture. The inception of this song was a conversation between Producer (Nektunez) & Ace Tantra Dj (Dj Pee Raven) over the widespread sub-genre, Amapiano, and why it has everyone moving their bodies and tapping their feet. The culmination of that conversation is what we have here as the final master recording titled “Freeway”.

Burna Boy ft. Polo G – Want It All

Spaceship Entertainment Ltd presents this brand-new song from Burna Boy titled ‘Want It All’ featuring Polo G.

Following a successful release of his collaboration with Don Jazzy, ‘Question‘, Burna Boy churns this potential street anthem for our listening pleasure.

Kwesi Arthur – John Wick (Freestyle)

Ground Up Chale leader, Kwesi Arthur, comes out of hibernation with this freestyle song tagged, ‘John Wick’.

The award-winning rapper showcases his punch lines and lyrical dexterity on his latest song. Fellow rappers, watch out as Kwesi is back to claim the ‘Best Rapper’ crown.

Tibu – Numbers

Ghanaian Afrobeat singer-songwriter, Tibu returns from hiatus with a new single. Yammydondada , as also referred to as makes his debut appearance for the year with a new solo effort he titles ‘Numbers’.

Produced by MoorSound, Numbers sees Tibu lay an easy-going fine textured verse and doing what he does best on a beat.

Tibu’s headline account for the year ‘Numbers’ is a follow up to his previous release titled ‘Amnesia‘, released last year September.

Malcolm Nuna ft. Yaw TOG & Dead Peepol – Party

‘Party’ is a brand-new drill anthem from Malcolm Nuna which features Asakaa Boys front-runner, Yaw TOG and Dead Peepol.

The Alkians Entertainment signee serenades listeners this beautifully crafted Hip-hop inspired melody.

Scott Evans – Ma Pe K3

Ghanaian Urban Gospel singer-songwriter, Scott Evans pursues his new found love for the thriving Amapiano genre in his new release titled ‘Ma Pe K3’, a Ga Adangbe phrase which translates ‘What Will I Do?’ in literal term.

The songs seeks to give GOD the ultimate supremacy as he’s sustain us beyond our doings. Be that as it may be an inspirational record, Scott Evans laces the Nektunez produced song with an animated overtone, switching between Ga Adangbe, Pidgin and English dialects.

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

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