Nollywood Alive Top Ten Naija Songs For The Week – September 30th

This is a comprehensive list of buzzing Naija songs for the week. Some of the songs are new releases and the others are oldies that are still very hot on the charts.

If your favourite song is not on the list, it doesn’t make it any less important. Ensure you check out our weekly Top Ten Naija songs and get to update your playlist.

1. MAFO – Naira Marley X Young John

Producer extraordinaire, Young John is such a vibe on this track.

Naira Marley has made it a habit of dropping songs more than once in a month. Just when we are still trying to get into his newly released song, PUTA he dropped another hit, MAFO and it is already a banger.

2. PAWON – Olamide

It is amazing to see the song gradually climbing up the ladder.

This Street banger is a song by Olamide who isn’t ready to slow down on his music career this year.

The song was released weeks ago but still has a challenge on-going on social media.

3. 49-99 – Tiwa Savage

This is an afrobeat song we are super proud of. It talks about the struggles in the country and how politicians get away with whatever they do while the masses deal with life in the country and how they see it.

Tiwa delivered as always.

4. BOLANLE – Zlatan Ibile

Zlatan has proved he is a versatile artiste which means, we can expect anything from him at any time and he will always kill it lyrically and dance-wise.

This is a love song you won’t be expecting the ‘Zanku’ dance. But, who is Zlatan without “Zanku”? Download Bolanle to find out.

5. COUNT ON YOU – Johnny Drille

The song that has been tagged one of the greatest love songs ever written and produced in the Nigerian Music Industry.

Mavin Records has once again proven than, the label is more than just a hip hop/afrobeat only label, since the record association with Johnny Drille, there have been records of successes of his genre of music. It gives hope to an artiste like himself to sing from their heart.

“Count On You” will make you fall in love if you’re not already in love 😍

6. ENGLISH TEACHER – DJ Neptune X Zlatan

If he is not making his own music, he is out there on different collaborations. Zlatan has become a hotshot in the country and his delivery on this tune was more than expected.

Although the title might sound funny, the message is quite interesting.

“We are in a country where speaking your native language has been tagged been local and everyone is expected to focus only on the English language. Well, the song is an encouragement to everyone, not necessarily (famz) the western language, rather, embrace your mother tongue.”

7. BABY – Joeboy

Waiting for the song to stop playing, is actually not the right decision to make.

Joeboy has made a name so quickly for himself as a fast-rising artist and this is the song that shot him to stardom.

The lyrics were carefully put together to confess love to a lady.

8. RORA – Reekado Banks

“Reeky baby” hasn’t been since In such a mood as he was on stage recently while Performing this song.

Still in the act of promoting his song, he performed on the big brother Sunday eviction stage last Sunday and the performance was amazing.

Pure afrobeat, great beat with a low tempo vibe…way to go reeky.

9. RIDE FOR YOU – Phyno X Davido

True love is compromising and that was seen from Davido on this track. Davido actually learnt how to speak the Ibo language with help from Chioma, of course, to lyrically use on the song.

The song is off Phyno’s fourth studio album, Deal With It.

10. YES I DO – Becca X Tiwa Savage

While we thought it was near impossible that divas in the industry wouldn’t come together on a song, these queens from two different countries, top shots and the most sought after artistes decided it was time to show some black girl magic.

Notwithstanding the international sensation she has become, Tiwa was lyrically savage on this track while Becca served us some good vocals  on this wedding themed song.

Download and enjoy.


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