Best New Music is our weekly roundup of fresh and hot releases you ought to listen to. It’s time to update your playlist.
International music star, Burna Boy returns to the music scene as a lead artiste for the first time since his win at the 63rd Grammy Awards Ceremony with this banger titled ‘Kilometre’. Burna Boy reminds everyone that he has come a long way and likens his experience to that of legendary Fuji artiste, Shina Peters. He easily rides the Chopstix-produced beat.
Nigerian top vocalist, Adekunle Gold expresses his feelings on this track. He passes a message across that he isn’t ready to entertain whatever will trouble him and how much he values his peace.
Nigerian rapper and BBNaija winner, Laycon drops his debut album titled, “Shall We Begin,” and off the project, we are served ‘Jeje’. The King of the Icons beautifully compliments Starboy act, Terri on this feel-good tune. Also, Laycon displays his lyrical prowess as he attacks the beat like a veteran lyrical assassin.
Chocolate City rapper, Blaqbonez serves us the highly anticipated “Sex Over Love” album. He links up with 1Da Banton and Rookie of the year, Bad Boy Timz on one of the tracks on the project and they deliver “Faaji.” The word “Faaji” means enjoyment and the trio are available for you to tanana (call) them as they ‘set compass’ for enjoyment.
King Perryy recently released his debut album, ‘Citizen Of The World’ and off the project he delivered ‘Yawa’. The project features the likes of Timaya, Phyno, Kizz Daniel, Oxlade, and Mayorkun.
American singer, Justine Skye links up with Afrobeats golden boy, Rema to deliver ‘Twisted Fantasy’. Justine Skye is ready to stay with her man as long as he doesn’t stress her and Rema is the man in the picture and he reassures her that he’ll be there for her.
And there you have it for this week…
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