This week, we have Oyinkanade, Vector, Tonero, Aylo, K-Sly and a few other acts.
Here is ‘Who Get Ear,’ Pulse’s weekly compilation of the 10 songs you need to play this week.
It’s been a great week in news; Beyonce featured Nigerian acts on The Lion King: The Gift, Big Brother is ongoing and The Dakolos allegedly had their privacy invaded by members of the Nigerian Police Force in what would be a blatant abuse of office and new music keeps rolling in.
For volume 74 of Who Get Ear, you can check the list below;
K-Sly featuring Yousee Cleff – Keep The Keys
As evidenced on the hook, Cleff is ready to give it all up.
Tonero featuring Aylo – Screaming
On a trap that tastes like something off the Prettyboy D-O alley, Tonero and Aylo drown their auto-tuned voices in the familiarity of introspect.
Eri-Ife – Cliche
Talented Nigerian singer and Lawyer-in-equity, Eri-Ife is back with another single. The folksy ballad-leaning-on-pop song witnesses Eri-Ife sink his gentle vocal ferocity into the topic of love.
The song is delivered simply and Eri-Ife makes strong amorous statements to a lover that her love is enough.
Sam vs. The Kids – Wolves
In what is possibly the most accessible and simple, yet best song of the week, the interestingly named act, Sam vs. The Kids piques on ‘wolves’ as a symbolism.
The beat is trap. One fathoms whether wolves represents the sum of negativity and detraction.
Jimi Jang – Uju
Biwom – G-Wagon
Biwom uses that symbolism to appreciate herself, her love and her lover.
NestJson – Pere
You know those songs with incoherent lyrics sung with fire flow and fire cadences on a resonant beat, this is one of those songs.
Oyinkanade featuring Vector – Dahun (Answer)
Stiques – Sani Abacha
The song is politically charged and the beat is range of pop and dubstep with African percussion.