Nollywood Alive Top Ten Naija Songs For The Week – October 7th

On the chart this week, we have brand new songs from Teni and Wizkid and a breakdown on what led to the diss track from M.I to Vector.

Before the gist, let’s take you through this week’s Naija songs👇👇

1. BILLIONAIRE – Teni

After the release of her hit song, Power rangers, Dr Dolor entertainment headline artiste, Teni Makanaki recently dropped this song and the buzz on it just keeps on going.

Teni spoke about some of the things she dreams about like being on Forbes list, be seated among royalties and the likes of it.

Production credit goes to Pheelz and the song is set to go on for a long time.

2. JORO – Wizkid

Wizkid is full of surprises and he is naot playing with his music.

The international superstar has been working on the release of his album, ‘Made In Lagos’ with no actual date for the release, he sure didn’t leave us hanging and has so far released two songs from the album —— Ghetto Love and Joro.

Joro dropped and made it to the top of the charts. It sure is another hit from the hit maker himself, Wizkid.

3. MAFO – Naira Marley X Young John

When the producer features in the same song he produced, it shows what the listeners will listen to will be the best.

But the best is yet to come from Naira Marley. MAFO is a follow up song after he released another controversial song, PUTA which has been considered as being too vulgar.

4. 49-99 – Tiwa Savage

The Savage army aren’t letting go anytime soon as this track has been on the countdown since it dropped.

It is a song that is been used to describe the situation of the country Nigeria with inspiration from the legend, Fela Kuti and co-written with Olamide.

5. BOLANLE – Zlatan X IVD

Where there’s Zlatan, there is Zanku!

This song garnered a lot of attention on social media before it’s release and by the time it dropped, the fuse on the song went up a notch which has made this record a success. As a fast-rising Nigerian artiste, Zlatan has done well with consistency and banging lyrics.

6. LOVING – Falz

Falz is that rapper that passes a great message to his listeners in a funny way but deep down, he is saying the truth. What a lovely persona he’s got.

The leader of the Bahd Guys Records combined all his personalities on this song and delivered a track with an old skool juju vibe. It is an interesting song that is worth your download.

7. RIDE FOR YOU – Phyno X Davido

This track is a blend of the Igbo language and Yoruba Language. Davido spoke some Igbo it didn’t sound like his first time.

Ride for you remains the most popular song off Phyno’s recently released album, Deal With It.

8. AUDIO MONEY – Rudeboy

As a solo artiste, Rudeboy focuses on the message the song will pass to his listeners with a little bit of drama.

Audio money talks about the fake like people live on social media rather than be themselves. This song has started a trend online and the term “audio money” has made its way into social media lingua in the short time it has been released.

9. RORA – Reekado Banks

After a peaceful exit from Mavin Records, Reekado banks has remained on top of his game.

It is low tempo music used in describing the backside of a woman with a special kind of Yoruba pepper and her beauty in general.

10. YES I DO – Becca X Tiwa Savage

These Two beautiful ladies from West Africa are setting the record straight that women can come together to create magic.

It is a wedding theme song with all the right elements in it. 🙌🙌

NAIJA MUSIC GIST

 M.I recently released his diss track, Venom to Vector who he claims has been jealous of him for no reason and promises not to ever reply to the any of his(vector) disses about him(M.I). The continuous accusations from Vector, let to their recent rift that let to M.I’s response.

Both diss tracks are available online. Listen and let us know what you think.

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