Top 10 Nigerian classic songs that never get old

    These are the top 10 Nigerian classic songs that never get old

    The Nigerian music industry is exploding in 2022, especially with the addition of an Afrobeats-focused and here are the top 10 Nigerian classic songs that never get old.

    There are some iconic songs from the past that still give us goosebumps when we hear them on the radio.

    Top 10 Nigerian classic songs that never get old
    Top 10 Nigerian classic songs that never get old

    Top 10 Nigerian classic songs that never get old

    1. Wizkid – Ojuelegba 

    Ojuelegba” is a song by Nigerian singer Wizkid from his self-titled second studio album,  (2014).

    It was written by Wizkid and produced by the record producing duo  Beatz.

    The song shares its title with the metropolitan subsection of Lagos Mainland, it highlights Wizkid’ struggles as an underground artist, who roamed the streets of Ojuelegba to support his recording interes

    2. Davido – Fall

    Fall” is a song by Nigerian singer Davido, released as the second single from his second studio album A Good Time (2019).

    The song was produced by Nigerian record producer Kiddominant, Davido became the first African artist to be certified Gold as a lead artist in the United States.

    According to Rolling Stone magazine.

    3. Runtown – Mad over u

    Mad Over You” is a song by Nigerian singer Runtown, released on November 4, 2016.

    It was primarily produced by Del B, along with production assistance from Runtown and T-Spize.

    Described as a love-themed ballad, “Mad Over You” is a blend of Ghanaian highlife and R&B.

    4. Kizz Daniel – Yeba

    Kiss Daniel has put out a new tune titled ‘Yeba’. If his activities on social media for some time now is anything to go by, you would be forgiven for thinking the  Entertainment act has left the music scene and adopted comedy as his art.

    5. Burna boy – On the low 

    Burna Boy’ ON THE LOW produced by Kel P is a nice mid-tempo love song with a fusion of Afrobeat and very subtle dancehall influences.

    He comes through with another banging Afrobeat song titled “On The Low“.Burna Boy’ voice was as clear as day.

    6. Olamide – Abule Sowo

    “Abule Sowo” is practically the 3rd record off this house this year after his record “I Love Lagos” and the DJ Enimoney assisted “Oya Dab” Hit the download key below and enjoy the Pheelz produced number.

    7. Tekno – Pana

    After getting totally in the limelight, Tekno “Pana” kept dropping hits back to back which led to the controversy about him being a potential hitmaker on social media in the Nigerian music scene.

    8. Korede Bello – Do like that 

    In the year 2017, the Mavin Recording artist, Korede Bello, outdoors this beautiful record captioned “Do Like That”, for the listening pleasure of his growing fanbase and the music community.

    The record was produced by Nigerian intelligent sound engineer and music producer, Altims, on this solid instrumental.

    9. Tiwa savage – Allover 

    Nigerian Afro-Pop queen, Tiwa Savage drops this tagged ”All Over” a lovely track, with infectious lyrics, vocal and lively verses, All Over, by Tiwa Savage, got its production credit of Nigerian finest producer, BabyFresh, on this solid instrument.

    This jam was released under Mavin Records, Tiwa Savage really performed well on this sound, with a nice instrumental from BabyFresh.

    10. Dbanj – Oliver

    Oliver Twist” is a song by Nigerian singer-songwriter D’banj. The track was first released in the United Kingdom on 11 May 2012, as the first single from DB Records’ compilation album, D’Kings Men (2013).

    For the chart week dated 26 May, “Oliver Twist” debuted at number nine on the UK Singles Chart

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