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Curated for your listening pleasure, these are ten songs we feel will be a worthy accompaniment throughout the week. The last seven days has been good musically as a lot of A list artistes have released new music in a bid to dominate the festive period.

1.       KING PROMISE & WIZKID – Tokyo
A comfortable Afrobeats production which has both King Promise and Wiz profess love to a girl. A good first collaboration between the Ghanaian and Nigeria’s finest.

2.       ERI IFE ft. MAKA  – A Little Love
A back and forth between the vocal powerhouses. There’s affection and there’s conflict but the duo merging into a collective voice at the end is brilliance outside its themes.

A Little Love features in Eri Ife’s three track compilation on SoundCloud titled November.

3.       TEKNO – On You
The singer’s first release since he announced he damaged his vocal box. A great song – an obvious deviation from his preferred song structuring.

4.       BOOGEY – U.N.I.T.Y (Freestyle)
David Odey popularly known as Boogey as a follow-up to Never Enough, releases this freestyle with accompanying visuals.

Over a boom bap, Boogey displays his lyrical dexterity and complex rhyme schemes as he flips on topics with the calculated pace of a samurai’s sword.

5.       TIMI DAKOLO – I Never Know Say
A drum dominating song – expressive and expansively African and Timi does what Timi does best: make love the most beautiful thing ever.

This love cut has both artistes testify to the romanticism of love.

7.       BELLA ft. EFYA – Chale Wote
A sensual song. Soft in its serenading and easy with its drums. Made for an evening of chilling out.

8.       OMAWUMI ft. FALZ – Hold My Baby
The songstress returns with her usual energy in this single featuring the Sweet Boy. It is a song sure to make you dance easy with the boo/bae or just by yourself. The rich texture of its production add to its owambe! quality.

9.       DWIN, THE STOIC & UNYO – La Vie DrĂ´le (Freestyle)
Over a soulful loop by Rhaffy, Dwin and Unyo grapples with questions of existentialism and purpose.

10.   CHARLES III – What Happened to Tony Zitta!
An angry and appreciative track to a loved one. Over booming production, the “What A Year” rapper expresses angst and brotherly love, even delivering an heartfelt spoken word piece towards the end of the song.

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