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Curated for your listening pleasure, these are ten songs we know will be a worthy accompaniment throughout the week.


1.       THE COLLECTIV3 – Kiss the Fire
From their recently released album, these set of Nigerian creatives boast this sonically enchanting song. Featuring Tec (of Show Dem Camp), Tems and Tomi Thomas, Kiss the Fire has the potential to be the standout song from the project.


2.       SHOW DEM CAMP ft. Falana – The Garden
Canadian – Nigerian Afro Soul artiste Falana makes an appearance on The Garden, the last song from Palm Wine Music 2. An endearing song full of religious and philosophical reflections.




3.       SHOW DEM CAMP ft. Nonso Amadi – System Fail
The Tonight crooner entirely owns this one; his vocals proving to be an adequate bridge between the duo of Tec and Ghost’s verses.



4.       TJAN – Future in Your Eyes
A man well known for his love odes, Tjan delivers his first single in a while and it is accordingly, a sweet serenading song.
Produced by the legendary Cobhams Asuquo and Rhyme Bamz.



5.       DJ KAYWISE ft. DJ MAPHORISA & MR. EAZI – Alert
A song which caused quite the stir on Social Media...the duet of the DJs and arguably Africa’s hottest artiste is one to bob the head and tap feet to. The uplifting one that has you thinking about that doe.






6.       SAMKLEF ft. VECTOR – Finally
Samklef is a music maker who gets people to experiment: after his collaboration with American act Safaree, he gets Vector on this dance track.



7.       DMW ft. DAVIDO & PERUZZI – Twisted
This duo have been everywhere. On their list of collaborations now, is this bouncy song which soars from its drum dominating production.





8.       TENI – Case
The Entertainer releases this one as part of a duo of releases (alongside Shake Am)  but it is Case, a song which extols suffering for the sake of love; anything is endured...for your case.




9.       THE COLLECTIV3 – I Want it Back

This reggae influenced jam featuring Funbi will have you marvel at the expanse of the man’s talent but more simply, will have you feel energized, particularly if you’ve been at the receiving end of love’s bitter sting.
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10.   YBNL MAFIA – Juju, Guns and Roses
The Internet is still wowed by Olamide's generosity but it is the music we’re after and if you’re a fan of Street Hop, this should sound like a thousand bombs let off in your ears. The boys didn’t come to play or rest on their laurels... Great song title, too.



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