Top 5 Naija songs of October 23rd, 2021 weekly chart. Novice2star returns to serving you our weekly music releases after a short hiatus. We know most of you rely on our playlist to discover the hottest Nigerian songs out there.
We kickstart again with some of the best songs released this week. Being the week of the anniversary of #endsars, not a lot of music was released but we have managed to pick out 5 songs for you.
We take a glance back into the week to bring you our Editor’s pick for the best songs released this week.
Reekado Banks – Ozumba Mbadiwe [MP3]
After staying away for a little while, the talented ex-Mavin Records artist Reekado Banks releases “Ozumba Mbadiwe” on the eve of EndSars memorial. The song has received a lot of accolades already from music critics, Don Jazzy, Blaqbones, and others.
On this song, Reekado Banks takes a little different direction in remembering all those who died at the October 20 2020 Lekki Protest. Dope song I tell you. Download and enjoy below
Ladipoe – “Running” Feat. Fireboy DML [Audio]
Ladipoe and Fireboy DML made magic on this one. Ladipoe is getting ready for his new album and off the album is Running. The emotional afro-fusion tune produced by Andre Vibez is his lead single towards his incoming project.
Timaya – “Cold Outside” Feat. Buju
One of the best songs of this month so far, Timaya and Buju collaboration has given us a taste of what a collaborative album could sound like. Cold Outside was well executed by these acts. worth having on your playlist asap
Ceeza Milli – “Medicine” [Audio]
Lagos-based Afrobeats superstar, Ifeanyi Charles Bosah, best known as Ceeza Milli is back with this brand new tune tagged “Medicine”. It’s a song released in celebration of his birthday.
Idahams – “Problem”
Grafton Records hitboy Idahams served us a happy tune. This is the first single from the forthcoming debut album from Idahams. It’s a party and dance song and can be described as a fusion of afrobeats and Amapiano. Guaranteed to get you to start moving.
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