9 Naija Songs You Should Listen To This Week #Arewapublisize

 9 Naija Songs You Should Listen To This Week #Arewapublisize

9 Naija Songs You Should Listen To This Week #Arewapublisize

In this week’s episode of buzzing Naija Songs, Olamide, Naira Marley, Davido, Tems, Cheque, Wizkid,… made the list.

On this episode of Naija songs you should listen to for the week, we’ve got tracks from the newbies shaking the music scene and some of the OGs, Olamide e.t.c. Here’s our round-up of the best tracks that came across our desks.

Naira Marley – “As E Dey Go”

Produced by Rexxie, this is another street anthem for the Marlians and so far it has been the go-to music for users of Thriller and Tik Tok and other social media platforms. Similar to his hit track “Aye,” Naira Marley talks deep about life and incorporates his popular slangs, ‘Inside Life’ and ‘Mafo’. This track also comes with a dance step tagged the Wuge Dance that currently loved by both young and old. It’s a must-listen if you want to connect with your groovy side this week. ENJOY!

Tems – “Damages”

Nigerian vocal powerhouse and fast-rising Alte/RnB singer, Tems came through with her second single for 2020 titled “Damages” which was produced by Spaxx. This new track is a freedom song for young vibrant ladies who fall in love easily. It’s for girls who got played by the boy they loved during their teenage life, The Baby girls that gave out their all and heart to the wrong guy.

Temsbaby who is also a victim of young love says she is done with the damages love has cost her. This jam is the first single off her debut EP “For Broken Ears”. It’s also a follow-up to her previous release ‘These Days‘.

Cheque – “Zoom”

Released off his debut EP, “Razor,” Phyno’s protege “Zoom” is one of the top tracks in the country at the moment. On the track, Cheque impresses with his lyrical and vocal delivery. He talks about his journey as an artist and always wanting to zoom off when bad energy sets in. “Bad energy I zoom, zoom, zoom, I’ll be on my way like I’ll be coming soon

Wizkid – “No Stress”

To officially announce the release date for his highly anticipated album, “Made In Lagos” released the laid back tune “No Stress”. The track talks about relieving your lady off some stress, keeping her company in the inner room, giving her some private trips, and also taking over her body. The track also serves as a follow-up to the Caribbean-themed “Smile” which is also a part of the 14 track album.

Bella Shmurda – “Cash App”

Bella fine boi’s “Cash App” produced by Dopesticks talks about cashing out, by all means, hustling every day without relenting to enjoy the good life. The singer joins forces with Zanku master and the king of backups/ad-libs/music Lamba – Zlatan and Lincoln for the release of this buzzing track. The new record is a follow-up to his recent release ‘Dangbana Orisa’ which is still basking, entering, and climbing top music charts and digital playlists.

Olamide – “Greenlight”

Released as the second single off his buzzing 10th solo album, “Carpe Diem, ” is a mid-tempo Afro-Rap record unlike his previous release ‘Eru’ which is a Pop/Funky track. Compared to the trending track, Greenlight is not a party starter but a love song that seeks for a lady’s closeness, attention, affection, and feelings.

Olamide pleads with his woman to give him the green light so they can begin forever together. “Omoge omoge,Wetin dey sup (ahan),I dey wait, I dey wait, For you to give me sign, Give me the, give me the Give me that green light, Make we dey , make we dey, Make we dey fire down”

Olamide – “Triumphant” ft Bella Shmurda

Olamide and Bella Shmurda linked up last year for the remix of the track  ‘Vision 2020’ and in a bid to serve fans with that same chemistry, the created “Triumphant“. The track which is off Olamide “Carpe Diem” speaks about being triumphant over it all, the hate, depression, and life after the fame.

Olamide sings about losing his parents when it was time for them to eat the fruit of their labor.“Man I triumphant, And I’ve been through a lot, Many people wrote me off, But God no gree, Kan le dayon man”..

Davido – “FEM

Davido returned to the music scene after a three-month social media hiatus and as expected, he broke the internet. The singer made a huge comeback with the release of “FEM,” a track that he had been teasing fans with for months. According to OBO this is a track To the people talking about you because they don’t understand your shine, they don’t understand your grace, they don’t understand why they can never be what you are or have what you have… we say #FEM!… You can use this song to shut your heaters up. Dedicate it to those who don’t want your shine.

Olamide – “Infinity” ft Omah Lay 

Another stunning track off his “Carpe Diem” album which features Omah Lay. The track is the third track on the album produced by P.Prime. The record is a mid-tempo jam that captions Sex (loving making). Olamide and Omah Lay talk about the lady that wants to have their “cucumber” till infinity because to her its something she can’t just resist. “She say till infinity Till infinity, infinity, infinity oh yo yo, She say make i put it in, Make i put it in, put it in, put it in oh no no”

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