It’s a new week and we curated a list of the Freshest Naija Songs to add to your playlist.
On this list, we compiled a list of the Freshest Naija songs that are currently dominating the airwaves.
This list features artists like Kizz Daniel, Omah Lay, Adekunle Gold and buzzing artists, Ayra Starr and AV.
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Here are the freshest Naija Songs to add to your playlist
Monalisa- Lojay, Sarz
Lojay gave everything he had to give on his joint project, “LV N ATTN” with Sarz. While the lead single “Tonongo” was sweet, their creation on “Monalisa” was another dimension.
The Amampaino styled song is a certified summer bop in 2021.
Sinner- Adekunle Gold
Adekunle Gold has shown a lot of drastic evolution since 2019. The singer who has transitioned into Afropop released “Sinner” his second single for 2021 and it has been dominating airwaves.
When Adekunle Gold proclaimed that “Sinner” would cause a lot of babies to be made, he wasn’t joking. The song is seductive and enchanting.
Understand- Omah Lay
“Understand” is an obvious evolution and gives a hint on what his upcoming album would taste like.
Big Thug Boys- AV
AV is an underground artist who has found fame thanks to his 2021 hit, “Big Thug Boys.” Just like some Nigerian Songs, the Afro Highlife song became popular thanks to its fame on Tik Tok.
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Bloody Samaritan- Ayra Starr
“Bloody Samaritan“, which is the lead single from her debut album is the anthem to help boost confidence and get over a bad day.
Lie- Kizz Daniel
Kizz Daniel has been on a low key for a while especially as he recently joined the fatherhood league but his songs are still speaking for him.
“Lie” is another well-crafted song from Kizz Daniel’s well of perfection and the only problem with this song, is that it ends.
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Oxlade has gained attention in the music industry thanks to his harmonious voice. “Ojuju” which is a Nigerian slang for a monster is a relatable song for anyone who is afraid of being in Love.