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4 Songs to Groove to During the Sallah Holiday

Everyone loves to enjoy a festival, particularly with music. Mp3bullet.ng has created a list of songs to listen to during this Sallah holiday.

4 Songs to Groove to During the Sallah Holiday
4 Songs to Groove to During the Sallah Holiday

So you’re planning to enjoy the ongoing Sallah festival, and the long weekend, with a mini party.

Of course, your bash might consist of you in your pajamas all day, singing along to your headphone. It could also be a small gathering of ten friends, with a speaker blasting.

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Here are some songs to add to your Sallah playlist.

( ft , Kcee, ) – Reggae Blues

 

Enjoy a mix of rhymes and blues, oh we meant reggae and blues, with this song.

This hit music will have you tapping your feet to the beat, with a sudden urge to dance away like you have no cares in the world.

created a mood booster with Reggae Blues, something everyone needs right now, considering the way the world is going downhill.

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(ft ) – Something Light

 

Okay, so this might be a befitting song for those people that wouldn’t stop pounding at your door, and queuing in front of your home, asking for their meat.

You and your visitors can totally disregard that and were shading the proverbial Oliver Twists, who never stop asking for more.

 

(ft Falz, ) – Feel Good

 

You can have this playing in the background while you face time, or you can play for the few family and friends with you.

Either way, Feel Good will make you feel good.

 

– Vibes and Insha Allah

 

Released on July 28, this song is perfectly timed to be in sync with the Eid-el-Kabir. It encourages you to relax and chill.

Vibes and Insha Allah brings
The Lazy Song to mind.

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