Adekunle-Gold-Pick-UpThe end of the year is bringing an influx of music on a daily.

Artistes are seeking to end the year on a high, or drop that hit that will circulate at events and concerts holding at various centres across the nation.

As usual with us, we present to you the top seven songs that circulated our airwaves during the course of the week.

My Song – Blaise ft XBlaze: Former member of ‘Da Trybe’ who is still regarded in rap quarters as the dopest female emcee in the land despite a poor body of work returns after a long hiatus with this really good tune ‘My Song’, the song features X Blaze and is a testament to her hold on the rap throne with the fierceness of her flow.

Waka Waka – Brymo: The soul singer who never seems to go wrong on any of his tracks features in this week’s list following the release of this song which is the official soundtrack for musical stage play ‘Wakaa The Musical’. Another brilliant composition.

All I Want Is You – Banky W and Chidinma: The King of R n B meets with a Queen in her own rights and the outcome is this love tune that is brillinatly delivered as Chidinma comes through in her Igbo/English delivery while Mr Banks was smooth as usual, Mr TK on the beats could have done better though.

Pick Up – Adekunle Gold: Third single, third hit, Adekunle is turning out to be one of the revelations this year, this is a smooth tune as he says the every day prayer of the common man who is looking up to God for answers.

Hello (Adele Cover) – Lara George: Just when we thought the covers had stopped, gospel artiste and powerful vocalist Lara George decides to join the wagon and while this will not make my Top 3 covers, it’s a decent tune as she displays her vocal strength on this.

Ibadi Yen– Ayo Jay: From the title of the track, you already know what to expect, promising act Ayo Jay drops this groovy tune that is set to be a hit on the dancefloor and in the clubs.

– Saliu Elenu Gboro– Ola Dips and Yung Tizzy: Ola Dips has had one of those years, singles after features, he has slayed on them all, this is another good Yoruba delivered tune as together with Yung Tizzy, they tell a story of being called names for saying all they have in mind.



Ehis Combs Ohunyon is a music lover and writer, follow on twitter @ehiscombs


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