With the barrage of Naija music being released in recent times, it can be difficult to keep track of new songs that you’d normally not miss.
Sometimes, it’s just hard to know what Naija songs will bang and that’s understandable. Having to sort through songs can be really stressful.
Many interesting Naija songs were released this week and as we wait on Afrobeats superstars like Davido, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Burna Boy to bless our speakers, there’s no crime in relishing the songs that are currently available.
Notjustok has taken out time to put together a list of new Naija songs you should listen to, to make your weekend turnt.
Kizz Daniel is known for his distinct sound. The singer dropped a banging track Eko while still on tour. The song was produced by Philkeyz.
Alakori – Falz feat Dice Ailes
Naija is lucky to have a rapper whose style is unlike any other. Falz is simply outstanding and as we prepare to be awed by the second edition of The Falz Experience, the rapper collaborates with Dice Ailes on Alakori
Enjoy Lagos – Dammy Krane
Enjoy Lagos is a typical Dammy Krane sound. It’s the singer’s second single of the year and it’s proof that he still has his head in the game.
Opotoyi – Naira Marley
Although not much has been heard from the UK-based Nigerian rapper since he was granted bail, Naira Marley continues to drop new music. Opotoyi is a certified banger and the visuals bring more animation to it.
Adey is one of the most talented singers and producers in the Nigerian music industry. His new song Red was produced by him and it’s a feel-good song.
Bounce – Yemi Alade
You already know that Yemi Alade never ceases to give us amazing dance tracks. Bounce, which was produced by Egar Boi, is another jam.
Iheanacho – Zoro
One of the most prolific indigenous rappers from the east, Zoro‘s sound is unique. Iheanacho is a love song that will definitely appeal to the ladies.
Ego – Skales
On Skales‘ new track Ego, he sings about money. The Baseline records act brags about his love for money and the luxurious lifestyle he leads.