Mp3bullet.ng presents Songs from Nigerian Fast-Rising artists making waves on the street.
There are Fast-Rising artists who are currently taking over the Nigerian music scene with their songs.
These artists have in their unique manner become a source of inspiration and motivation to the average hustler thereby earning themselves an organic fanbase on the streets.
Their songs might not be mainstream hits but you are bound to hear them played on the streets of Lagos or on a mixtape.
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Therefore, Mp3bullet.ng compiled a list of Songs from Nigerian Fast-Rising artists making waves on the street
Balloranking-Base on Believe
Aside from the fast-paced side of street-hop music, which emphasises themes of being young, wild, and free, there is a thoughtful and highly religious side, with vocalists lifting their voice to God with requests for wealth and long life.
Balogun Olamilekan or Balloranking, the son of a welder, has dedicatedly produced this sort of music. From the moment he mentions his name, his voice has depth.
Off his album, “Zero Panic,” Balloranking creates an emotive and powerful song to motivate and guide an average hustler. He sings about the power of faith almost making this song a gospel track.
Otega is a fast-rising artist whose rap is gaining him audiences and massive streaming numbers. “When” is a crowd favourite off his debut album, ‘Really Bhard-ALL In On Body”
The song is a hustling them that shows Otega at one of his vulnerable moments. The song has caught the attention of many even raking a large number of streams on the album
Seyi Vibez- God Sent
Seyi Vibez is another singer whose songs are reinventing the street sound. He released “God Sent” in 2020, an emotive mid-tempo song about having duties and needing to work harder than others to meet them.
Seyi likewise sees himself as a saviour who has been entrusted with the task of improving his family’s financial situation.
When this song came out, it launched Seyi Vibez to popularity not just in the streets but to the mainstream level.
Kabex ft Seyi Vibez- Ire
When a talented rapper and a talented singer collaborate on a song, you know the result will be explosive.
On the Dopesticks-produced groove, Seyi Vibez gives a super-dope chorus, while Kabex bounces on top with great rap lines.
“Ire” is a song about seeking divine blessing from God, and it made its way to trending DJs’ playlists.
“Ori” is an inspirational song that went viral on Instagram before Areezy dropped it official.
Areezy exhibits his pop sensibility by mentioning Aliko Dangote and backing it up with a yoruba proverb. He sings, “se bi eyan kan lo bi Dangote, baba gbe mi soke.”
This record reveals a different side of Areezy, who puts all of his efforts into pursuing his career goal. From an initial battle with hate and love, he illustrated how to have faith, believe, and succeed.
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Diamond Jimma ft Dotman- Kokoka
After posting a freestyle on Instagram with a sample of the song, Dotman coincidentally was looking for a good song to bounce on, so he reached out to Jimma, and the two collaborated to create this fantastic inspiring song.
He enlists the help of Dopestiks, his go-to beatmaker, for the production and sound engineering, while Marqai Mix handled the mixing and mastering.
Diamond’s harmonic and rhythmic voice has provided him with the organic popularity required to fly high in the over-saturated music business for a long time.
Superwozzy ft Barry Jhay- Gratitude
Superwozzy is another act that is finding fame on the street and his collaboration with Barry Jhay on “Gratitude” has earned a place in the hearts of streets music lovers.
“Gratitude” is a song dedicated to the loving nature of God and appreciation of his blessings.
It is also for the hustlers out there, giving them a sense of belief to keep striving for the best.
Kashy ft Zinoleesky- Orin Halleluyah
Kashy isn’t a performing artist but more like the likes of Larry Gaaga and Rahman Jago. In 2021, he enlisted the help of buzzing street artists to push out an EP titled “Kashamadupe”
Off the project, “Orin Halleluyah” featuring a street favourite, Zinoleesky is a buzzing single trending on the streets. Zinoleeesky who is finding fame in the music industry delivers a powerful song thanking God for his goodness.
Dagizah ft Seyi Vibez- Jaiye
Dagizah isn’t your normal street artist, he is more like an Afroswing street artist with the usual inspirational lyrics and Lamba. On “Jaiye”, he and Seyi Vibez address critics while attributing their success to God.
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Flykid- Nobody Dey
This song is a very emotional and soul-stirring song that sees Flykid plead with people to pray for him due to him feeling abandoned. The fast-rising singer sings lyrics people who feel neglected in their battles can relate with.