Top 10 Fireboy DML songs prior to the release of Playboy
Here are the top Fireboy DML songs prior to the release of Playboy album.
Having two albums under his belt and a third on the way, Fireboy DML has advanced to the group of musicians who consistently produce success after the smash.
We’re not referring to five or sing songs either, No, the collection we’re talking about dwarfs the discographies of even some A-list performers.
The industry has taken notice of Fireboy, who has become a force, Not to mention that the man now has a ton of tunes.
Following a review of the artist’s repertoire, here are Fireboy’s top ten tracks since his 2018 debut.
The song that launched Fireboy to fame was Jealous. The song, which was initially included in Olamide’s “YBNL Mafia Family” mixtape in 2018, gained popularity after Olamide featured it in his Woske music video.
The song was also on Fireboy’s debut, “Laughter, Goosebumps, and Tears.”
What If I Say
One of his most well-known songs to date is unquestionably this one. Prior to his first release, it was made available as a single in 2019.
Here’s one of Fireboy’s songs that weren’t a single but became an instant fan favourite once the album hit the stores in 2019.
The tattoo was one of the lead singles for Firbeoy’s sophomore, “Apollo,” released in August 2020. The afro-fusion song also has a very raunchy music video.
Fireboy was kind of an alternative artist when he came, so a song like “Scatter” was he showing his versatility. The track, which got a TG Omori music video, was one of the most popular songs of 2019 and the first half of 2020.
Similar to “Scatter,” Fireboy’s record could have done without “Friday Feeling,” a hefty uptempo groove. However, the CD does provide some variation. However, after being released last year, “Friday Feeling” became somewhat of a radio hit.
“King” is a beautiful song from Fireboy‘s debut album, and it’s one of those early jams that really made people believe in Project Fireboy.
8. I’ll Be Fine
This is from the “YBNL Mafia Family” mixtape that Olamide put together to promote his boys in 2018. “I’ll Be Fine” is a motivational song that brought about Adekunle Gold comparisons around that time.
Spell stands out as one of Fireboy’s most energetic songs. The track, which featured Wandecoal, is a single on Fireboy‘s “Apollo” sophomore album.
This is the first time Fireboy has had a song that is a real Song of the Year contender and that’s because of “Peru,” a Peruzzi-inspired afro tune he released months ago.