Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 86)

10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week, Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 86)

10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week, Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 86)

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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BOJ ft. Wizkid & Darkovibes – Awolowo (Remix)

Prior to the release of ‘Gbagada Express,’ Boj gave his fans and music enthusiasts a sneak peek of his impending star-studded studio project with the remix of Awolowo.

The long-awaited remix of his monster track “Awolowo,” features Grammy-winning musician Wizkid and Ghana Afrobeat/Afropop singerDarkovibes. With lines like “If I f#ck you, love, if I kiss you, nobody go know,” Wizkid and Darkovibes pour new life into the incredibly melodious record.

Gbagada Express is 16 track-listing project featuring some big names in the Afrobeat eco-system like; Davido, Tiwa Savage, Mr Eazi, Buju, Fireboy DML, Victony, Zamir, Obongjayar, Prettyboy D-O, Fresh L, Joey B, Kofi Jamar, Amaarae, Enny, Melissa, Shaybo, Moliy, Darkovibes and Wizkid.

Terri – Chargie ft. Mugeez

Talented Nigerian singer-songwriter, Terri has released his first extended play as an independent artiste dubbed ‘In Transit’. Off the studio project comes ‘Chargie’, a beautifully weaved sonical tune featuring versatile Ghanaian singer-songwriter Mugeez of R2Bees Music Group.

Long before his idol Wizkid signed him onto the roster of Starboy Music as Terri, Akewe Terry Daniel was making music as a teenager in the low-income Lagos neighbourhood he grew up in.

Since trading the underground music scene for the mainstream, Terri has barely looked back. With Wizkid’s anointing, he jumped on 2018’s “Soco”, one of the biggest anthems in and out of Africa that year. On the thumping monster hit “Ojoro”, lead track of 2020’s Afro-Series EP that was delayed by the pandemic, Terri ropes in themes of love as intoxication and for elevation.

That hitmaking recipe returns on In Transit, his second EP, and first as an independent artist. Buoyed by a Grammy nomination for his work on Wizkid’s Made in Lagos, he glides seamlessly across the tape with the intransigence of one who knows he is a superstar in transit.

That energy is present on “Holy Water”, where the woman of his dreams supersedes icons of both his faith and his industry; and it’s consolidated on “No Lie”, where he proclaims an unwillingness to share a love as deep as an ocean.

BNXN (Buju) ft. Zinoleesky – Kilometre (Remix)

Coming hard on the heels of not very long ago released soothing single ‘For Days’, Nigerian singer-songwriter, BNXN formerly known as Buju returns with a perfect remix of his popular song ‘Kilometer.’

For the remix, BNXN teams up with Marlian Music camp’s Zinoleesky. Fans couldn’t disguise their enthusiasm on social media as BNXN teased the Zinoleesky-assisted record for quite some time, and the anticipation was at an all-time high.

‘Kilometer Remix,’ produced by award-winning beatsmith Rexxie, is BNXN’s second official single of the year and follows up on his previously released hit ‘For Days.’ The video has been shot and will be released at any time soon.

Kwesi Arthur ft. Bigg Hommie Flee – Drama

Kwesi Arthur’s debut album ‘Son Of Jacob’ opens with a song titled ‘Drama’ featuring U.S Based Ghanaian hypeman, Bigg Hommie Flee.

On his debut album Son of Jacob, Kwesi Arthur taps into his ancestry to offer a representation of contemporary Ghanaian life – replete with its highs and lows.

Over 15, tracks the artist born Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior channels his mellow voice while exploring the personal, familial and social. From the reflective “Silver Spoon”, aspirational “Paper” and bass-heavy “Winning” featuring VIC MENSA, Arthur’s fluidity sees him weave multi-lingual flows between trap basslines, Afrocentric percussion and smooth pop melodies.

Showing a musical dexterity, the Tema native crafts jovial lines alongside Nigerian singer Teni on “Celebrate” before enlisting UK-based outfit NSG on the Afroswing “Diamonds Dancing”, blending asokpor and amapiano on “Animal” and infusing highlife on the gospel-tinged closer “Adom”.

Kwesi Arthur – Disturb

‘Disturb’ is the second track housed under Kwesi Arthur’s debut album ‘Son Of Jacob.’

On his debut album Son of Jacob, Kwesi Arthur taps into his ancestry to offer a representation of contemporary Ghanaian life – replete with its highs and lows.

Over 15, tracks the artist born Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior channels his mellow voice while exploring the personal, familial and social. From the reflective “Silver Spoon”, aspirational “Paper” and bass-heavy “Winning” featuring VIC MENSA, Arthur’s fluidity sees him weave multi-lingual flows between trap basslines, Afrocentric percussion and smooth pop melodies.

Showing a musical dexterity, the Tema native crafts jovial lines alongside Nigerian singer Teni on “Celebrate” before enlisting UK-based outfit NSG on the Afroswing “Diamonds Dancing”, blending asokpor and amapiano on “Animal” and infusing highlife on the gospel-tinged closer “Adom”.

 

Kwesi Arthur ft. M Huncho – Jungle Music Pt. 2

‘Jungle Music Pt. 2’ is the fourth track housed under Kwesi Arthur’s debut album ‘Son Of Jacob’ and it features British rapper and singer, M Huncho.

On his debut album Son of Jacob, Kwesi Arthur taps into his ancestry to offer a representation of contemporary Ghanaian life – replete with its highs and lows.

Over 15, tracks the artist born Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior channels his mellow voice while exploring the personal, familial and social. From the reflective “Silver Spoon”, aspirational “Paper” and bass-heavy “Winning” featuring VIC MENSA, Arthur’s fluidity sees him weave multi-lingual flows between trap basslines, Afrocentric percussion and smooth pop melodies.

Showing a musical dexterity, the Tema native crafts jovial lines alongside Nigerian singer Teni on “Celebrate” before enlisting UK-based outfit NSG on the Afroswing “Diamonds Dancing”, blending Asokpor and Amapiano on “Animal” and infusing highlife on the gospel-tinged closer “Adom”.

Kwesi Arthur ft. Adekunle Gold – Toxic

Toxic is the eighth track housed under Kwesi Arthur’s debut album ‘Son Of Jacob’ featuring Nigerian singer-songwriter Adekunle Gold.
On his debut album Son of Jacob, Kwesi Arthur taps into his ancestry to offer a representation of contemporary Ghanaian life – replete with its highs and lows.

Over 15, tracks the artist born Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior channels his mellow voice while exploring the personal, familial and social. From the reflective “Silver Spoon”, aspirational “Paper” and bass-heavy “Winning” featuring VIC MENSA, Arthur’s fluidity sees him weave multi-lingual flows between trap basslines, Afrocentric percussion and smooth pop melodies.

Showing a musical dexterity, the Tema native crafts jovial lines alongside Nigerian singer Teni on “Celebrate” before enlisting UK-based outfit NSG on the Afroswing “Diamonds Dancing”, blending asokpor and amapiano on “Animal” and infusing highlife on the gospel-tinged closer “Adom”.

Kwesi Arthur ft. NSG – Diamonds Dancing

Diamonds Dancing‘ is the thirteenth song housed under Kwesi Arthur’s debut album titled ‘Son Of Jacob‘ that features British Afro-swing group NSG.

On his debut album Son of Jacob, Kwesi Arthur taps into his ancestry to offer a representation of contemporary Ghanaian life – replete with its highs and lows.

Over 15, tracks the artist born Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior channels his mellow voice while exploring the personal, familial and social. From the reflective “Silver Spoon”, aspirational “Paper” and bass-heavy “Winning” featuring VIC MENSA, Arthur’s fluidity sees him weave multi-lingual flows between trap basslines, Afrocentric percussion and smooth pop melodies.

Showing a musical dexterity, the Tema native crafts jovial lines alongside Nigerian singer Teni on “Celebrate” before enlisting UK-based outfit NSG on the Afroswing “Diamonds Dancing”, blending asokpor and amapiano on “Animal” and infusing highlife on the gospel-tinged closer “Adom”.

Kwesi Arthur  ft. Dayonthetrack – Animal

‘Animal’ is the twelfth track housed under Kwesi Arthur’s debut album ‘Son Of Jacob’ featuring his brother and Ghanaian Afrobeat/Afropop prospect DayOnTheTrack.

On his debut album Son of Jacob, Kwesi Arthur taps into his ancestry to offer a representation of contemporary Ghanaian life – replete with its highs and lows.

Over 15, tracks the artist born Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior channels his mellow voice while exploring the personal, familial and social. From the reflective “Silver Spoon”, aspirational “Paper” and bass-heavy “Winning” featuring VIC MENSA, Arthur’s fluidity sees him weave multi-lingual flows between trap basslines, Afrocentric percussion, and smooth pop melodies.

Showing a musical dexterity, the Tema native crafts jovial lines alongside Nigerian singer Teni on “Celebrate” before enlisting UK-based outfit NSG on the Afroswing “Diamonds Dancing”, blending asokpor and amapiano on “Animal” and infusing highlife on the gospel-tinged closer “Adom”.

Furthermore, this is the second collaboration between Kwesi Arthur and Dayonthetrack on the album with the former being ‘Mind Over Body’, the eleventh track housed under ‘Son Of Jacob.’

Kwesi Arthur – Mind Over Body ft. Dayonthetrack

‘Mind Over Body’ is the eleventh track housed under Kwesi Arthur’s debut album ‘Son Of Jacob’ featuring his brother and Ghanaian Afrobeat/Afropop prospect DayOnTheTrack.

On his debut album Son of Jacob, Kwesi Arthur taps into his ancestry to offer a representation of contemporary Ghanaian life – replete with its highs and lows.

Over 15, tracks the artist born Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior channels his mellow voice while exploring the personal, familial and social. From the reflective “Silver Spoon”, aspirational “Paper” and bass-heavy “Winning” featuring VIC MENSA, Arthur’s fluidity sees him weave multi-lingual flows between trap basslines, Afrocentric percussion and smooth pop melodies.

Showing a musical dexterity, the Tema native crafts jovial lines alongside Nigerian singer Teni on “Celebrate” before enlisting UK-based outfit NSG on the Afroswing “Diamonds Dancing”, blending asokpor and amapiano on “Animal” and infusing highlife on the gospel-tinged closer “Adom”.

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

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