Nigerian Afro-Adura songs to motivate you this week.

Here are some of the Nigerian Afro-Adura songs for motivation in getting through the week.

Nigerian Afro-Adura songs to motivate you this week.
Nigerian Afro-Adura songs to motivate you this week.

To inspire you this week, has compiled a selection of the best Nigerian Afro-Adura songs.

Afro-Adura is fundamentally a sub-genre of Afrobeats that is distinguished by aspirational lyrics, preferably in Yoruba, occasionally placed over melancholy beats that may very well be referred to as “chants.”

In the past decade, the sector has experienced tremendous growth and the soundscape has continued to expand.

Nigerian artists continue to innovate by bending and fusing several genres, from Afrobeats to Afropop, Afro & B, Street Hop, and now Afro Adura (Afro Trenches).

As the subgenre is based on Afrobeats, it is a bit obvious that “Afro” is utilised, but “Adura” is a Yoruba term that means “prayer.”

When you take a close look at the scene, you see that, because of the hustling spirit of Africa, prophesying, prayers, and hopeful implications play a significant role in the culture.

The main component of “Afro Adura,” also known as “Afro Trenches,” is the reflective and inspirational lyrics. It is for the street, by the street. It is a mix of motivational and gentler street hip-hop music.


Here are some of the Nigerian Afro-Adura songs t add to your playlist;

Hustle- Reminisce ft BNXN,

Reminisce ft Buju, D Smoke - Hustle
Reminisce ft Buju, D Smoke – Hustle

Reminisce teams up with BNXN fka Buju and American rapper, to deliver a mid-tempo that talks about the HUSTLE and GRIND.

The which is led by BNXN’s soft soothing chorus is complimented by Reminisce and D Smoke’s hardcore rap verses about the sacrifices they have made for the hustle.

Try- T.I Blaze

T.I Blaze - Basic video
T.I Blaze – Try

The hit song TRY by T.I. Blaze from “The Fresh Prince Of Lagos EP” talks about cutting your coat to fit your size and sticking to your hustle.

The opening line of “Try,” which goes, “I get many things wey dey trouble my head,” provides a glimpse into the anxious mind of the newbie, whose hollowed-out raps and quicksilver melodies pound on the undeniable utility of money.

Rise- T Dollar

Nigerian Afro-Adura songs to motivate you this week.
Rise- T Dollar

“Rise” is T Dollar’s breakthrough and for many people a reminder that success doesn’t come easy and free. many people do, T Dollar reflects on the choices and paths he had to take in pursuit of his goal.

Adura- Bella Shmurda and Mohbad

Nigerian Afro-Adura songs to motivate you this week.

Adura” was released before Mohabd and Bella Shmurda found mainstream fame but given their current status in the industry, it’s fair to say that God definitely answered their prayers.

Tomorrow- Barry Jhay

Barry Jhay – Tomorr
Barry Jhay- Tomorrow

What is an Afro-adura playlist without Barry Jhay?

Barry Jhay has made it his mission to always spread positivity through his music, and “Tomorrow” offers yet another wise piece of counsel to everyone on how to act in a that ensures a brighter tomorrow.

The Aiye artist samples Barrister’s in the intro of “Tomorrow,” which he fills with his distinctive wavy sound.

Nzaza ft Asake

Why Asake's album is the biggest debut album in afrobeat history
Asake- Nzaza

This is a prayer every struggling hustler prays to God. “Nzaza” is an Ibo word meaning “God, please hear my prayers”.

The of the Nzaza highlight how far Asake has gone despite all the things that have been done to him. People are constantly in awe of how far he has come and how successful he is because they can not seem to comprehend it.

Asake sings about how God is his guardian and how he wants that people would understand that there are many situations that are beyond their comprehension since whatever God does, it is not always necessary for people to understand.


God Sent- Seyi Vibez

Seyi Vibez – God Sent
Seyi Vibez – God Sent

Seyi invoked the Almighty for protection, divine intervention, and blessings on this masterpiece produced by Zee. He also prayed for happiness, assistance, financial connection, and the fortitude and help needed to care for his family.

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