Nigerian music has certainly evolved over the years. There are throwback songs that are ever evergreen and automatically light up one’s mood.
Mp3bullet.ng has curated some 90s throwback songs to bring back memories and at the same time introduce them to the new school, to have a feel of what Nigerian music sounded like back then.
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Here are songs from the 90s you should re-visit
Daddy Showkey – ‘Dyna’
This song became popular amongst all age groups, so much it became an anthem on the streets. It was arguably Daddy Showkey’s biggest.
The Remedies – ‘Shakomo’
This song was particularly popular among the children and teens growing up. The group comprised Tony Tetuila, Eedris Abdulkareem and Eddy Montana. It was the first single and their biggest hit to date.
Blackky – Rosie
Many wouldn’t forget in a hurry the song’s chorus, “Can I have a dance, Rosie? Ah ah! My friends are watching me, Rosie ah ah ah. They will laugh-laugh at me, Rosie,” which caught on in no time and won many awards.
Onyeka Onwenu – One Love
‘One love‘ by veteran music star Onyeka Onwenu is one almost impossible to ignore or go unnoticed.
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Seyi Sodimu – Love Me Jeje
Seyi Sodimu also known as Mr. Jeje is a Nigerian singer-songwriter. He is best known for his hit single “Love Me Jeje”, which made him very popular in the late 90s. The song featured his cousin, popular Nollywood actress, Shaffy Bello.