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It’s the start of another week. After the hectic and all surrounding the national elections held across the country, these are ten songs to help you unwind and remind that no matter the outcome of who Nigerians have chosen, what will never change is the good music coming out of here on a daily.

This vibey dancehall song which features the Jamaican Konshens is a return to form from OritseFemi, a Burna Boy we’ve seldom seen since. Nigeria's pioneering ghetto musicians are given plaudits on this one sure to dominate the streets soon.

2.       RIC HASSANI – Love You Anyway
The Gentleman opens his account for the year with the splendid love song, his trademark soothing vocals on display.

3.       DAVIDO ft. BUSTA RHYMES & PRAYAH – Fall (Remix)
You’d certainly have your reservations about this song (whether such a song even needed a remix) but it helps to know that Busta hardly flunks a feature.

4.       DREMO & MAYORKUN – Hustler's Anthem
The men from DMW release their first effort of the year, a bop meant to conspire to inspire to aspire.

5.       FLYBOI & DAPO TUBURNA & YCEE – Party Hard
Flyboi, coming off the buzz from his Igbinedion single with Burna Boy, releases this mid tempo groovy song which inspires to move the body in a rhythm.

6.       PATII – Initial Gragra
This Slick produced song is a lively rendition of one of the nation's most common phrases.

7.       ABSTRAKTT – Allow Me To Rap
Over a steady beat frequented with a screeching cry in the background, this rapper spits truth on many issues plaguing the country, a timely song in these times. With pidgin as his medium, he drives home a collective reality open to everybody in the economic food chain,  from the highest to the lowest.

8.       $PACELY ft. BUMAN & ÖDARTEI – Yenkodi
This song, a sunny produced song, is brimming with so much talent and youth; the kind of song you want to step out to. It was produced by Eargasm.

9.       SMO ft DAVINA ORIAKHI – Good Life
Optimistic and sunny, Smo and Davina own their verses of this reggae production adding contextual effect to the theme of prosperity.

10.   TIMAYA ft. BURNA BOY – Pull Up
The South South giants collaborate for this bouncy and energetic song off the Egberi Papa's recently released project Chulo Vibes.

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