Top 10 Nigerian albums with no bad song
These are the top 10 Nigerian albums with no bad song
Hundreds of albums have been released per year for the past two decades, I estimate and here are the top 10 Nigerian albums with no bad song
However, only a small percentage of those ever become hits. Some become hits and become well-known for a period of time. Then only a small percentage of those become classics.
There’s a small percentage of albums that are all hits and no misses among that group. That is extremely uncommon. That’s something we only receive once in a while.
An album on which every song is a banger and there isn’t a single moment of silence? It has to be really rare.
But, without a question, we’ve been fortunate enough to have those once or twice. And it’s virtually always enchanted.
Anyway, without further ado, here are eleven modern Nigerian albums with no poor songs on them. Which one is your personal favourite?
Kizz Daniel — No Bad Songz (2018)
This happens to be the album that solidified the very concept of ‘no bad songs.’ After his successful debut, Kizz Daniel felt it’d make sense if he did one album with no single filler. Then he did “No Bad Songz.”
An eclectic album with diverse experiments, Kizz Daniel made one of the best albums of the decade in 2018.
Neither we nor him have been able to recover from that, I daresay.
Fireboy — Laughter, Tears, and Goosebumps (2019)
After “Laughter, Tears, and Goosebumps” in 2019, Fireboy left all of his peers behind to join the big leagues. Seriously, that’s a mad album.
How a rookie could manage that is still a mystery to every one of us. An album some have called the best debut since “Superstar,” it was bangers all through.
Every track was literally a hit! In 2019, nobody could touch Fire. Not really, no.
2Baba — Grass 2 Grace (2021)
2Baba released his debut solo album Face 2 Face (2004), which established him as a viable solo artist.
Following the release of his debut album, he released his second album Grass 2 Grace in 2006, which contained hits likes “One Love”, “True Love, “4 Instance”.
2face is the founder of Hypertek Entertainment.
Sean Tizzle – The Journey
The Journey is the first studio album by Nigerian Afro-Pop artist Sean Tizzle.
It was released on April 17, 2014, on Difference Entertainment.
which was released in 2014. The album features guest appearances from Olamide, Reminisce, 9ice, Ice Prince, Naeto C, Kcee and Tiwa Savage.
Adekunle Gold — Afro-Pop Vol. 1 (2020)
Maybe it’s because of how brief Adekunle Gold kept it. Or maybe it’s because the guy is just too sabi.
“Afro-Pop Vol. 1” was supposed to be an experiment. But damn, look what it became. All ten tracks, bangers! No skips.
Wizkid — Superstar (2011)
Back in 2011, what Wizkid did with “Superstar” was impossible. But he did it.
How can a new boy make an album and all the songs on it are bops? Heavy bops that hit everywhere? How? Wizkid somehow managed it, though.
9ice — Gongo Aso (2008)
The era of album supremacy in contemporary Nigerian music began with 9ice’s classic, “Gongo Aso.”
Nobody could have done what 9ice did that year sha. Nobody.
Wande Coal — Mushin 2 Mohits (2009)
Mushin To Mo’Hits (M2M) is the debut album by Nigerian singer Wande Coal.
It was launched on April 12, 2009, under Mo’ Hits Records now Mavin Records.
The album was produced by Don Jazzy and it featured a number of other artists including D’banj, Dr SID, D’Prince, K-Switch!
Brymo — Yellow (2020)
In 2020, one of Nigeria’s finest musicians release his magnum opus.
What Brymo did on “Yellow,” not only will no one else be able to repeat, even he will not be able to do it again.
Asa — Asa (2007)
This is by far the best Nigerian contemporary album of all time. This eponymous album is why Asa is regarded as one of the best to ever do it.
What the “Asa” album did a decade and a half ago, simply cannot be recreated. The whole album is fire.
No single song is not hard. Straight pure bangers. Asa did that!