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A Rundown On Music Releases

By Fejiro Onohwosa
19 May 2018   |   7:00 am
The past few days have been blessed with a couple of unexpected hits from our favourite Nigerian artistes. While the world is losing its mind, music may be getting more exciting. If you are not diligent enough, music can pass you by. This is truer than ever now. As artiste can produce or release new…

The past few days have been blessed with a couple of unexpected hits from our favourite Nigerian artistes. While the world is losing its mind, music may be getting more exciting.

If you are not diligent enough, music can pass you by. This is truer than ever now. As artiste can produce or release new music at any moment with the push of a button.

Here is a rundown of the songs released over these few days that made it on our list:

Wande Coal’s So Mi So Cover. Photo: Twitter

“So Mi So” – Wande Coal
Wande coal released his first single this year and it was definitely worth the wait. This song is 6 minutes 42 seconds long and, honestly, you would take another 6 minutes more. There is something extraordinary about the rhythm of the instrument and bringing a different type of vibe that made it a total summer jam.

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“Tiwa’s Vibe” – Tiwa Savage
Tiwa Savage is definitely coming stronger than ever with her new release among Apple Music’s Africa Rising Hot Tracks and number 1 trending on BoomplaymusicNg. The superstar posted on Instagram saying, “Can I release another JAM #backtoback” we would definitely be anticipating this.

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“Immediately” – Mystro featuring Wizkid
It is known that anything Wizkid puts his hands on flourishes so there is no need for doubts or extra effort in convincing you that this is definitely a song you will not regret listening to. Mystro and Wizkid gave us a mix of afro beats and pop an evocative of Nowo and Soco.

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“Pass” – Skales featuring Yung L and Endia
Every once in a while there’s a song that, from its opening notes, you know is going to be something you play on repeat. Skales sure overdid himself, cleaned up, redefined his sound and came up with an ultimate summer jam.