Ranking Top songs from Waje that proves she is a vocal goddess.
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Highlighting the best Songs from Waje.
Waje first gained recognition after being featured on the remake of P-Square’s “Omoge Mi”. She later featured on the duo’s 2008 hit track “Do Me“.
Others of her notable features include Banky W’s “Thief My Kele” and M.I’s “One Naira.”
While she isn’t busy writing or releasing songs, Waje is one of the four judges in the singing competition, The Voice Nigeria.
Waje is one of Nigeria’s best female vocalists and while she might not be the biggest female artist in the country, her influence in the music scene s hard to ignore.
Here are Top songs from Waje that shows she is a vocal goddess
Onye ft Tiwa Savage
Waje is one of the few Nigerian Female artists who have collaborated with other artists of her gender. In 2014, she links up with Tiwa Savage to release the bouncy “Onye”
Both Waje and Tiwa Savage deliver terrific vocals on the uptempo beat as they sing about a man with who they are crazy in love.
The music video of the song which was directed by Kemi Adetiba depicts the story of two women who unknowingly fall in love with the same man.
Kponlongo ft Timaya
Waje and Timaya ooze chemistry on this song. With an addictive hook and mid-tempo beat, the two explore Afropop in a different dimension.
Timaya carries this song on his back delivering his usual Lamba but on a more mellow tempo while Waje assists with her enchanting vocals singing about her love interest.
On the Miconbeatz-produced track, both featured acts deliver outstanding vocal performances.
The song was released in 2018.
On this Dancehall-inspired beat, Waje wishes she didn’t have a heart. The song is off her debut album “W.A.J.E” which is translated to ‘Words aren’t just enough.”
The album was the mirror to who Waje is and her fiery passion for music.
The project showcased her as not just a music singer but also an intelligent songwriter and lyrics organizer who has passion in her doings.
While the project had a lot of quality songs, “I Wish” was a fan favourite.
The song could be described as a letter to a lover who apparently broke her heart and a means to vent her frustrations with the failed relationship.
Coco Baby ft Diamond Platnumz
In 2014, Waje decided to explore new waters as she teamed with Tanzanian superstar, Diamond Platnumz on “Coco Baby.”
Fusing Afro-pop and Bongo Flava with an active mix of instrumentals that sound both traditional and synthesized, Waje and Diamond Platnumz create sunny good music with a laid back vibe to it.
The song is currently her most streamed song on Youtube showing its acceptance, not just among Nigerian fans but East African fans too.
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Left for Good ft Patoranking
“Left For Good” is one of Waje best songs. Featuring Patoranking, this dancehall styled song is all fiery and passionate.
The song, which is a blend of reggae and soul, is silky smooth, and the video compliments it by demonstrating Waje’s dedication to providing top-notch entertainment.
The video portrays a lot of emotion and soul that is distinctly hers, while still conveying her message through the song’s haunting lyrics.