In a time DJs are beginning to come out from the comfort of their turntables and stamp their name on songs, DJ Kaywise has managed to establish himself as one of the few DJs who are getting it right with their features and tracks.
To celebrate the man whose popularity isn’t just from his DJing skills, we highlighted Addictive songs from DJ Kaywise to put on replay.
While he is yet to own a large discographies, DJ Kaywise has managed to solidify his place in the music industry with hits back to back.
With features ranging from Olamide, Phyno, Naira Marley and others, here are some of DJ Kaywise addictive songs to listen to;
High Way ft Phyno
This Amapiano-styled song was a hit for many reasons, first its beat which took elements of a standard Amapiano and spiced it, then Phyno’s catchy Lyrics; you might not understand what he is saying but it won’t stop you from singing along.
What Type of Dance ft Mayorkun, Naira Marley, Zlatan
DJ Kaywise never misses with features and on “What Type of Dance” he more than exceeds expectation, he aces it.
Mayorkun in his usual creative abilities gives us a hook to remember and Naira Marley and Zlatan revive the slowly dying Zanku trend with bars on bars.
See Mary See Jesus ft Olamide
This song was controversial, mostly for its title and the fact Olamide was a Muslim didn’t help matters. This, however, didn’t hinder the success of the song as it was a street anthem at the time of its release.
Caro ft Tekno, Falz
This is another pairing that you never expected to work but it did. Tekno and Falz gave their all this groovy and infectious song.
T-Classic- Yes or No
2018 was the year of T-Classic and DJ Kaywise tapped him for “Yes or No” which was a hit. This song had the usual T-Classic spice and its love theme was perfect for the new school artist to bring to life.
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Feel Alright ft Ice Prince, Mugeez, Patoranking
One of his first hit songs, “Feel Alright” features Ice Prince, R2bee’s Mugeez and Patoranking. The dancehall-styled song definitely makes its listener feel alright.