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

1.       VICTOR AD ft. DAVIDO – Tire U
This upbeat song from last year's alpha hit maker features Davido, who continues his splendid run of form. Both of them enjoin people to hustle and go get that success.




2.       TEMS – Looku Looku
This strong vocalist who has built her fan base upon impressive features on the likes of Show Dem Camp and Ladipoe's albums releases this one, a melodious song which pokes fun at lustful eyes.




3.       BBanks ft TEMMIE OVWASA – Self Knowledge
Producer and sometimes rapper, BBanks features the YBNL First Lady on this impressively lyrical song.




4.       GOODGIRL LA – Bless Me
With her last single Fantasy still thrilling the ears, the Goodgirl releases this one late in the year’s first month, a precursor, an open palm for good things.



5.       DJAJI PRIME ft. BOOGEY – MUMU
Off Djaji's mix tape (produced by CHx), comes this song which questions the means of expressing oneself in tough situations. The beat, like much of the production in the album, is largely unusual but Prime's booming vocals and Boog's incredible verse does bring this one home.




6.       BOJ ft. TENI – OBE
Two strong voices join powers to dominate this mellow production. Both Teni and BOJ go on a back and forth, proclaiming love.




7.       TERRY APALA & ZORO – Bread ati Ewa
The king of Apala and The Swagbag collab on this, a song which drips with so much personality. Like the legendary food duo, their partnership works to excellent effect.




8.       SIMI – AYO
The Legendary Beatz produced song finds Simisola waxing lyrical about joy; over eclectic drums, her vocals finds its surest place to thrive.




9.       D'TRUCE – CELEBRITY CHAMPAGNE/ MOM'S MERCEDES
The first song, a melodious hallmark, is a jab at fake lifestyles. Truce's purposeful singing does hit the right spots. The second song, a solid drum pack adopted in the production, has him rapping about the Nigerian experience, filtered through his lens.




10.   TY BELLO & TOPE ALABI – IMOLEDE

The foremost indigenous gospel singer and Bello continue their musical frolicking (they have a project The Spirit of Light) to birth this strong song, each word bursts like water from a rock, gushing in spiritual replenishment.

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