9 Addictive Nigerian Songs To Get You Through The Week

Hey people! A brand new week requires a certain amount of energy to get through, and we believe these 9 carefully listed songs will supply all the energy and vibes you need.

Peep these 9 songs that we are certain will do wonders for your week below:

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  1. “Running” by Ladipoe Ft Fireboy DML

Ladipoe comes through with his deep philosophical lyrics with an assist from YBNL’s finest, Fireboy DML to gift us this very thoughtful feel-good song, “Running”. Running speaks fluent reality and a phenomenon most people are currently experiencing. A lot of us are tired and stressed from the daily challenges life throws at us, but we have to keep going, “Running on vibes“.

We believe this will lift up your spirit and get you through the week. Don’t stress, don’t fret. Just Run On Vibes.



2. “Faster” by L.A.X

Multi-talented singer, Rasaki as he fondly calls himself, has popped up again with a brand new one, and he calls this “Faster”. The new record is a follow-up to his smash hit, Money. As expected, L.A.X brings on board his scintillating vibe on the Smeezbeat-produced record.



3. “Champion Sound” by Davido Ft Focalistic

Can Davido and Focalistic just keep giving us Jams on a regular basis? The duo is a match made in heaven, and we hope that no one puts it asunder. Again, the Mega hitmaker joins forces with South Africa’s Apamiano god, Focalistic to dish this addictive tune, Champion Sound. Champion Sound serves as Davido‘s 2021 debut single, and it was definitely worth the wait.

The song has been out for just 3 days but has received massive airplay. The video also has almost 2 million views on Youtube. A certified hit I must say! Be warned, it is very addictive!



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4. “Pour Me Water” by Kizz Daniel

Off his newly released 7-track album dubbed, Barnabas, the King Of Love, Kizz Daniel sets us on fire with the track, “Pour Me Water”. If there is one certain thing we know about Kizz Daniel, it’s the fact that he knows his worth and he never settles for less. We saw that when he left his former label, G-Worldwide Entertainment to start up his own – Fly Boy Inc in the year 2017.

On this particular track, Kizz tells his girl not to use him for a cruise and set him free if she’s done with him because he is a fine boy and has no time or shit. Listen!!!


5. “Baby Riddim” by Fave

Fast-rising Nigerian female singer, Fave, released a new masterpiece record named “Baby Riddim”. Fave shows her versatility on this track, which has fast become a social media sensation, that it played in the background on almost every video you come across on Instagram. Baby Riddim was produced by Lagos-based singer and producer, Jinmi Abduls.



6. “Cold Outside” by Timaya ft Buju

Who would have ever envisaged a Timaya/ Buju collaboration, but this duo made it happen, and guess what, it’s one of the biggest songs in the country as we write. Cold Outside depicts the cold state of human nature. This record is for you to maintain good mental health this week and stay off the cold world (humans).



 7. “Holy Father” by Mayorkun ft. Victony

Singer and songwriter, Mayorkun displayed versatility via numerous hit singles. This multi-talented Nigerian artist’s creativity is off the roof and that is very evident in his new joint with the newbie, Victony titled “Holy Father. Victony may have had a bit of a setback following his accident back in April 2021, but his dedication, resilience, and talent continue to speak through his craft.


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8. “Ozumba Mbadiwe” by Reekado Banks

Reekado resurfaces In the music industry with a thoughtful tune, Ozumba Mbadiwe, a song dedicated to the ever-disturbing October 20th, 2020 incident. Aside from the 20-10-20 message that the song carries, it also has this vibe and melody for a good feeling. This song may be a song dedicated to the memories of the ones we lost in the massacre, but it also has the ability to double as a club banger, owing to its firm Amapiano vibe.



9. “Kilometer” by Buju

Off his debut Ep, ‘Sorry I’m Late‘, Buju has bounced back into the music scenes with this enticing tune tagged, “Kilometer“. As Produced by Rexxie, Buju is arguably the most featured artist in the country right now. Effortlessly, he adds his own spice of video to any song he jumps on which always makes it a 10 out of 10.

Listen and Enjoy!

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