Last week was so much fun, so many songs were released, some have made their way to the spotlight, while some died out because they lack the potentials to top charts.
The month of March has presented us with so many hit tracks and some of them are still lingering in our eardrum to date. Despite the remaining days still in the month of March, it is safe to call it the “Hit Month”. Here, we have compiled a shortlist of the songs that rocked last weekend (March 2020, 3rd Week).
The List below:
This is the first song on the list. Marlian Music boss, Naira Marley came through with a lovely banging record titled “Aye”. The record became an instant hit immediately it was released. It is his second official single of the new year and decade. He joins forces with Rexxie and Spyrit Mix to unveil the lovely tune. “Aye” means Life in Yoruba Language and it follows up his last record “Anywhere“, which featured UK rapper, Ms Banks. The song made the first spot on the list because of the rich message it carries and numbers it has amassed in a short period. Naira Marley also didn’t waste any time in unveiling the music video which was directed by Dan Mbo.
Zanku Records boss, Zlatan, and Nigerian Fuji icon, Obesere, both went to the studio to record a club-friendly version of his 18 years old track that rocked the 90’s; the outcome is this club banging record – “Egungun” (Be Careful), which we haven’t gotten over yet. The Fuji record was turned to an Afro-Pop song with the help of Nigerian talented producer, P.Prime, and sound engineer, STG.
Nigerian singing sensation, Oxlade, releases this lovely record “Away” last week, it took over the airwaves in a short period. Since the release of his song “Shugar” in 2018, Oxlade, gradually has climbed the ladder of success and he is not slowing down his pace at all. The song “Away” will be included in his incoming studio project “Oxygen”, which will be coming your way this weekend. He enlists Spax Classic on the production and it follows up his last record “Breathe (Interlude)“. “Let us go far away,miles away,far away To a place where no one can dictate how we play… Away away away away away away away away away away away away away away away away”, he sings.
SwagBag rapper, Zoro, followed up his indigenous track, “Kulture” for this song dubbed “Prick Power”. The song features Nigerian producer and rapper, Camo Blaizz. Both rappers flow effortlessly and they delivered as expected. This is unlike Zoro, we didn’t know him with this style of music. The content of this song is erotic*l and listeners discretion is advised. It’s worth listening to though.
Chocolate City rapper, Blaqbonez, came through with this lovely piece dubbed “Haba”. Prior to the release, he had announced on his social handles that he is coming through with an impressive cut; At last, we didn’t get disappointed, because the tune worth every anticipation we had for it. The self-acclaimed Nigerian Adele joins forces with Nigerian producer, Tempoe for this masterpiece. It is following his previous diss track “Green Blaq Green“, which targeted Kenyan rapper, Khaligraph Jones. He also released the music video for the record, as directed by TG Omori.