Like This (feat. Wizkid)- DJ HenryWizkid’s latest effort is helmed under the supervision of DJ Henry. The Starboy has been on tour all year and we’re not too surprised he his drawing more influences from his One Dance success on the songs that have followed. Like This is not only a great song, it may be the first in the Wizkid rebirth for international audiences.
Who U Epp (feat. Phyno and Wande Coal) – Olamide
After Olamide unveiled his Who U Epp competition earlier this year following his own freestyle on the same Shizzi produced instrumentals, fans were left wondering if the YBNL boss was going to release an official video for the song. All questions were answered with a final edit of the song featuring verses from Wande Coal and Phyno’s prior covers
Standard – Reekado BanksReekado Banks is pushing closer to an album release and every move he will make from here on as an artist must cut the deepest, scream the loudest and happen at the right time. With producer Altims on deck, Standard easily plays like the latest offering in that chain of events
Unlooking – MilliAfter exiting his label earlier in 2016, Milli stayed off the radar for a while. Though he claims to have moved on from the pain of working with Chocolate City, his first single since coming back, Unlooking openly discusses where he used to be and where he is headed as an artist.e
Ayakata (feat Falz and Sess) – illBlissCapital Hill records co-founder IllBliss enlists Falz and producer Sess for Ayakata.
Shine (feat. Igwe Tupac) – TMXO
Producer TMXO has joined in trolling Nollywood actor, Charles Okocha’s infamous “I’m gon’ shine” video but he has done his in style with a hip hop beat littered with underlining dub-step bass drops.
Are You Alright – Kiss Daniel
Kiss Daniel’s New Era album has been released to a lot of critical acclaim and one of the highlights from the album that always make lists and recommendations is Are You Alright. A mellow shadowy fusion of afrojuju music and afropop.