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5 2Baba songs you can’t resist

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Top 5 songs that you can’t resist and are evergreen.

2baba

2baba also known as 2Face Ididbia is unarguably a king in the Nigerian music industry with hits like African Queen, Amaka, Only Me e.t.c,

He is one of the few artists from the early 2000s that have managed to stay relevant in the Nigerian Music scene.

Just recently he announced the release of his seventh studio album, “warriors”, and to mark the milestone, we present the top 5 2Baba songs that will forever remain in our hearts.

5.For Instance

This award-winning song was released in 2006 and was a part of 2Baba second solo album, “Grass to Grace”, the song was produced by , Mic Tunes, Ralph Alkali, 2face Idibia & Omololu Ogunleye.

 

4. Only Me

Only Me is a single off  The Unstoppable album and was released in 2008. During the time of its release, rumour had it that 2Baba was having issues with Nigerian Footballer, Mikel Obi.

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3. If love is a crime

2Baba is known most especially for love songs and “If love is a crime” did not disappoint in making us fall in love not just with our respective partners but with 2Baba himself. In the song, 2baba talks about a girl whose principles about love has attracted his admiration for her.

 

2.Amaka

In this sperochbeatz produced song, 2Baba teams up with artiste, to serenade us. The song is a tad bit humorous and has catchy tunes that we can’t help but sing along to. The two artists sing about their experience with a girl called Amaka who promises to visit them but ends up disappointing them.

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1. African Queen

Released in 2004, African Queen is 2Baba best song ever. Its a single from 2Baba first solo album, Face to face, the album that launched 2Baba after his breakout from his then group, Platashaun boiz. The video featured his wife Annie Idibia. The song was used as a soundtrack for the 2006 American Movie, “Phat girls”. Produced by & Innocent Idibia, this song is a celebration of the endowment of the African woman.

 

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