Mellow and groovy expressions of emotional yearnings and love in different shades on this week’s playlist update.
Phaemous is in love again. Girl in Garden is a melodious bop about a girl that lights up his world and drives him so crazy that he has to stay away from her.
Looks like we are having an Amapiano summer, afterall. Yaba Buluku is the finest Amapiano song to come out of Mozambique and Burna killed this remix! Really had them chanting ‘Odogwu, you bad!’.
Ghana’s finest duo R2Bees release their first single for the year, enlisting the dexterous King Promise and Nigeria’s Joeboy to deliver this groovy love song on which they relay how their love interests intoxicate them like fine wine.
Ahead of his forthcoming tape, DAP The Contract releases Sacrifices, a song about decisions and, well, duh…sacrifices made for the grind.
Talk about expressing your love with sweet sounds. Ghana’s Golden boy KiDi professes his love for his muse on Mon Bebe, reiterating that he will love her till the end.
‘All that I desire, na you…’ Davido confesses to his muse on the Rexxie produced track, heavily laden with drums and guitar strings.
Nasty C recounts how his journey has been; coming from having nothing and now living large, and how he’s not going back to where he came from. A hustler’s tune, definitely!
Show Dem Camp is back with a bop! Rise of The Underdogs 2 is a fresh release in anticipation of their forthcoming tape ‘The Algorhythm’. The TUC produced song has a dub step feel to it, laced with strings.
‘If i swim, I’ll go where you go’.. South African alternative musician Red Robyn’s new single is a breezy, mellow love song about following your heart.
A catchy hook on a heavy trap beat complimented by contemporary harp strings that keep you listening till the end. The artistes go all out with their braggadocio on this one.
Baow! The Asakaa boys are claiming their stance as the talk of town on ‘Who That’, a short drill song off his freshly released EP 2 Times A Guy.
Ogranya tells a story, confessing his love for a troubled lover whom he wishes to save but can’t because he has his own woes. A bitter-sweet love song, this one.
On this beautiful R&B song, Kenya’s Nikita Kering’ gives her love interest consent to get intimate with her and affirms that she feels the same way he feels.
‘If you give me your love, I go feel alright’… Olamide and Jaido P are searching for an escape from the stress of life in form of love and intimacy on ‘Survive’.
Marz is conflicted on Again, as his fear of being haunted by his past hinders him from falling too deeply in love, despite being mesmerized by his muse.