See songs that are trending this week!


Songs that are trending this week!

  1. Mayorkun – Mama :Mayorkun recently released the pop song “Mama” over a month now. It is still on the lips of everyone. It has a killer beat, rhythm and vocals. In it, he expresses his love for a girl and how he wants to treat her right.
  2. Tzy Panchak – Ngueme :The Cameroonian artist recently made wave with his former single “Mad 4 yu luv”. Now, with “Ngueme”, combined with a slow beat and a situational story, it is heart touching. He talks about the struggle over unemployment in his country Cameroon.
  3. Olamide – Wo : While this song has been banned in his country Nigeria over health issues in the video, it is still a great song. Olamide put together a powerful dancehall beat and constant repeating “Wo’ to get going.
  4. Ngoma ft Kikoh and Nernos – Mangosi : “Mangosi” is a piece coupled in French,English and native language. It’s diversity also extends to genre of music. Many argue it is Trap, others call it RnB. The song is actually so dope, it already has Americans posting short videos of them enjoying the song.
  5. Yemi Alade – Knack Am : “Knack Am” has a great story line, great vocals and rhythm. You can’t really argue what Yemi Alade does, always top class. Released just six days ago (prior to this article), the song has already had 300k views. That tells a lot.
  6. Hiro – Molo :Hiro is actually making a difference now when it comes to French music. His lyrics and beats are always unbeatable. From “Touche Coule” to “Molo” , the vibrant enthusiasm is still there. Coupled with good graphics and vocals, it spells out why it’s a hit song. If you want to start your day, and give it a spark, listen to “Molo”
  7. Sarkodie ft Patoranking – Many Girls : Naija meets Ghana, we’ve always seen in the past what such combination creates. “Many Girls” is no different from history. Still as an audio release, it has quickly found its way to club halls and dance floors.
  8. Olamide – Love no Go Die : Actually, the lyrics of this song is so easy, so romantic, so everything. The video is made in cartoon nature, and the whole story line supports the title. Olamide means serious business this year. And “Love no go die” is a serious song, with deepening penetration.

What do you think?