Playlist : 10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week (Week 124)
10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week’ is a 10-track-listing playlist highlighting the best songs released over the past few days from Africa and the Caribbean (Jamaica).
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Peruzzi ft. Fireboy DML – Pressure
Pressure is an upbeat Afropop song that brings together the talented musicians Peruzzi and Fireboy. The song is a celebration of love, as the artists serenade their significant other with catchy melodies, and upbeat energy.
The collaboration of these two artists results in a dynamic and commanding performance that will have the listeners moving to the beat. With its infectious beat, “Pressure” is a true feel-good anthem that showcases the power of love and the excitement it can bring into our lives.
Tiwa Savage ft. Ayra Starr & Young Jonn – Stamina
Afrobeats and R&B Nigerian singer, songwriter, Tiwa Savage premieres this brand-new collaboration titled ‘Stamina’.
On this song, she collaborates with Young Jonn and Ayra Starr, two of the top new school singers.
Adekunle Gold & Zinoleesky – Party No Dey Stop
In 2022, Adekunle Gold had a strong year. With albums like the outstanding “5 Star,” its remix with hip-hop king Rick Ross, and of course, his star-studded fourth studio album “Catch Me If You Can,” the singer-songwriter has consistently been on his game.
The singer is still making an impression in 2023. Adekunle Gold delivered his first installment of the year three months in. In order to release the catchy song “Party No Dey Stop,” the singer-songwriter teams up with Marlian Music prodigy Zinoleesky.
The song “Party No Dey Stop,” produced by renowned beatmaker Kel P, is about having more fun and less stress. With lines like “me wey I don high on paraga, why I go get time for wahala,” AG and Zinoleesky are pro-party and anti-wahala on the new track.
Amaarae – Reckless & Sweet
Ghanaian-American singer Amaarae returns from hiatus with a new single. The multifaceted musician continues to rise through the ranks as one of the talents from Ghana. Her accomplishments in both the local and global music scenes over the past several years have been nothing short of inspirational. Yet, the talented singer-songwriter is only getting started as she releases her first recent solo single.
A brand-new song titled “Reckless & Sweet” has just been released by Ghanaian singer-songwriter Amaarae. The song, which is her first release of the year and follows her work with Tems and Santa Fe Klan on the prologue EP for MARVEL’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, was co-produced by KZ Didit, Cadenza, Kyu Steed, Yves Rothman, and Amaarae.
Crayon ft. Yaba Buluku Boyz – The One (Chop Life)
Nigerian Afrobeat Singer Crayon Teams Up with Yaba Buluku Boyz for ‘The One (Chop Life)’
Crayon, the rising star of the Nigerian Afrobeat scene, has teamed up with Yaba Buluku Boyz for his latest release, ‘The One (Chop Life).’ Produced by DJ Tarico, the song is a perfect example of Crayon’s unique blend of African rhythms and Western pop influences.
Under the mentorship of Mavin Records, Crayon has quickly risen through the ranks to become one of the most exciting new talents in the Nigerian music industry.
The production by DJ Tarico is another standout element of the song, with its pulsing bassline and catchy melodies that perfectly complement Crayon’s vocals. The song is a testament to the power of collaboration, with each artist bringing their own strengths to the table and creating something truly special.
Chike ft. Oxlade – Spell (Remix)
Chike, a gifted singer-songwriter from Nigeria, debuts this year with an outstanding new single. For the remix of the song ‘Spell’ which was featured in this highly acclaimed album ‘The Brother’s Keeper,’ he calls on Nigerian Afrobeat artist Oxlade.
The vocals in the Spell remix blend together perfectly, giving the song a more lively sound texture.
Khaid & Boy Spyce – Carry Me Go
Fresh off the back of the release of Jolie and Folake by Khaid and Boy Spyce respectively, the acts join forces for a new track dubbed ‘Carry Me Go’. The song, which was produced by Fakorede Oluwatobiloba Paul, has both performers attesting to the excellence of their respective love interests.
Jaido P & Fireboy DML – One Of A Kind
Jaido P, a Nigerian singer-songwriter, has released a new tune named ‘One of a Kind’. Unlike his earlier singles, such as “Reason Much” and “Hustle,” he worked with Fireboy DML of YBNL this time.
“One of a Kind” is Jaido P’s first official single of the year and Fireboy DML’s second involvement in a collaboration this year. Production credit is given to Nxrthmix and Crackermallo.
Superjazzclub – Too Early
SuperJazzClub, a group of nine talented individuals, has released a new song titled ‘Too Early’ ahead of their sold-out concert in London. The group, which consists of individuals with diverse skills ranging from vocals and production to DJing and filmmaking, is known for their unique sound that blends various genres of music.
One of the standout features of ‘Too Early’ is the vocal performance of the group. Each member has a distinct voice and style, and they all come together seamlessly to create a rich and harmonious sound. The production on the track is also top-notch, with each element of the instrumentation blending together perfectly to create a warm and inviting sound.
Overall, ‘Too Early’ is an excellent showcase of the talent and creativity of SuperJazzClub. The song is a testament to the group’s ability to seamlessly blend different genres and styles to create something unique and enjoyable. With their sold-out concert in London, it’s clear that SuperJazzClub is a group that is worth paying attention to in the music industry.
DJ Mic Smith ft. Mr Drew & Yung D3mz – Thermometer (Ma Lo)
DJ Mic Smith teams up with Yung Demz and Mr. Drew for a new single titled “Thermometer (Ma Lo).” “Thermometer” is an Amapiano-inspired track that blends syrupy vocals of Yung Demz and Mr Drew coupled an outstanding Uche B production.
DJ Mic Smith is one of Ghana’s most popular and influential DJs, with a career spanning over a decade. He has played at some of the biggest clubs and festivals across Africa and has worked with numerous artists, both locally and internationally. Yung Demz and Mr. Drew are both talented musicians in their own right, with a growing fan base in Ghana and beyond.
The song’s infectious rhythm and catchy lyrics make it the perfect addition to any Amapiano playlist, and a must-listen for fans of Ghanaian music.
There you have it, these are the 10 Best Songs You Need To Hear This Week.
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Source: Ghana Music