Lil Kesh, Brymo, Simi… See our top 20 picks for the best Ndani sessions ever

We still don’t know what happened with the production of Ndani Sessions, the last video uploaded on YouTube is dated as their Christmas special and no one has seen a new video ever since.

For those who don’t know, Ndani Sessions is a dedicated live acoustic recording of artistes from all over Africa and its diaspora performing their music. The sessions filmed over three years is unarguably the largest collection of live recorded Nigerian music collected by a single studio till date.

We could recommend a google search to find their best episodes, but because we love you, we collected some of the best. All 20 of them. Just take a look below.

Lil Kesh

Lil Kesh gives an acoustic rendition of his debut single Lyrically with producers Pheelz on the drums and Young John on the keyboard.


Simi is never really one to disappoint anyone, but this sexy medley of her singles Tiff and Jamb Question is something you want to see.

Cobhams Asuquo

We can’t say anything you don’t already know about how amazing Cobhams is, but if there is anything you want after watching this video, it’s an official release of New Beginnings, the single he performs.


Brymo exceptionally performs We All Need Something.


Ndani production team’s poor audio is not enough to stop a beautiful delivery of A Woman’s Need.


Let’s return to a younger Chidinma straight out of the Project Fame Academy to get Carry You Go, a song that shows just how much she has learned.


Afro-Jazz I will Always Love You

Ghanaian songstress, Efya works with producer IKON on the keys to deliver a soulful Afro-jazz cover of Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You.


Heart break songs are great, even better when they are sung by an artiste so versatile, she toured with Nas and Damian Marley. Without further ado, this is Nneka performing My Home.

Show Dem Camp

Between shooting on a dramatically dark set and an epic baseline setting the tone, the SDC rendition of Ewele may just damn right be your next best jam.


Everyone loves Eveazi, and on Break Up Song, we all get to find out why.


Singer and songwriter Beymoda performs Shima Yam.


Our first reaction to this performance was “Wow, Vector can play an instrumen!t” and well, also manage to sound like a depressed celebrity while at it. But somehow, it made this more pleasing to watch. That’s our opinion anyway, what’s yours?


Poe’s Koye Won and Put It Down are wafted into an execeptional medley.


Red lit room, a guitar and a talented singer in same video? Yeah, we didn’t think anything could go wrong either. Aramide peformed the hell out of Feeling The Feeling.


Ajebutt3r premiered two new songs , Church Mind and Humble on Ndani Sessions with just one back up singer!


If you didn’t want to know about Chee before now, this medley would convince you.


Damilola from the second season of Project Fame sings about her woes and struggle to find an audience on this session with Smile


Choc City’s Ruby Gyang may not remember much of the previous night on High, but you will never forget the performance you’re about to watch.


We uncovered Aristokrat artiste, Kamar a few weekends ago, and we were more than exicted to find this medly of his own original composition For My Bed, mixed with Wizkid’s In My Bed and finished off with Jeremih’s Birthday Sex.


Modele recreates a mesmerizing version of Sepele against the backdrop of an Afro-aesthetic room, you haven’t seen African music this beautiful in a while.


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