From Davido’s leaked singles to Dremo and Skales dropping new projects, this week has been filled with new music, and Pulse has got you covered with 10 new songs that you need to listen to.
The weekend provides an opportunity to kick back, relax, and just dip yourself into the fountain of fresh and good music from the never ending source of talents that the nation possesses.
So from established acts to names just showing on the radar, we have listened to them all and compiled a list that suits perfectly into your playlist.
Here are 10 new songs you need to listen to this week.
Idahams – ‘Heal The World’
Talk about a song that fits the present mood of the nation, Idahams ‘Heal The World’ is timely and brilliantly executed.
Pressed play on this for the first time, and I just had to put it on repeat as he captures his pains, thoughts and happenings in the country in this soulful and mellow joint.
Idahams, label mate to Mr 2kay on Grafton Records, is a multi-talented singer/producer who has worked with artistes such as Duncan Mighty, Solidstar and more.
2. Paybac – ‘Fake Love’ (Freeverse)
Talented rapper, Paybac, who released his album, The Biggest Tree, earlier in the year returns with this new freeverse to the hit single, ‘Fake Love‘ by Wizkid and Duncan Mighty.
Paybac adds his lyrical skills and delivery to give a new life to this tune. This is really solid and is what we have come to know Paybac for as he spits, ”Way before Burna, I needed more life, never got signed, never co-signed… Buried me alive, but the fans resurrected me”.
3. Tomi Thomas – ‘Shaken’
Tomi Thomas, the talented singer, who was recently identified by Runtown as one of the artistes you should be paying attention to returns with a new single.
‘Shaken’ is a love tune brilliantly written and delivered. The song is produced by Spax.
4. KOD X Lato – ‘Flex’
KOD and LATO have dropped a new single titled ‘Flex’.
A year after they first collaborated on a song, two of Benin-City’s finest rappers release their first track off their upcoming joint EP.
Flex is all about pure vibes and talks about encouraging people to spend quality time with friends loved ones within their comfort zone.
5. Dialect – ‘Robin Hood’
Dialect plays the neighbourhood lover boy in this new single titled, ‘Robinhood’.
‘RobinHood’ is his first single of the year after ‘Jide’ which dropped in November 2017.
The song is simply good music that is sure to breathe life into your playlist.
6. Jinmi Abduls – ‘Blessed’
Jinmi Abduls releases his new single, titled, “Blessed”.
The mid-tempo track which can be described as a sexy fusion of Afro-Caribbean and Pop, serves as the lead single off his upcoming sophomore EP, ”Jolag 2”, scheduled to be released in the first week of August 2018.
7. Jhybo – Pogba
Jhybo aka Jibola Jasper releases his second single of the year, a fun party summer jam, titled, ‘Pogba’.
‘Pogba’, is an Afro pop inspired love song, which Jhybo in his usual manner, cleverly teases us with his witty lyrics & catchy hooks.
The song is produced by Bahdman Clarke and mixed/mastered by Spyritmix.
8. Oz – ‘Party’ feat. Falz
Oz, also called Mr Remedy teams up with Falz on this one they call ‘Party’.
The artist who recently got signed to 506 Music is working on his debut project, titled, ”Free Smoke” and this joint with the Bahd Guy is his first release off the project.
9. 1da Banton – ‘Amaka’ (2Baba Cover)
1da Bonton has rendered a cover to 2face‘s hit single, ‘Amaka’.
The Squareball Entertainment artist who put up two singles, ‘Way Up’ and ‘Jowo’ continues to impresses with every song he puts out.
10. Reggie – ‘Fire Dancer’
Reggie also known as ‘Sabi Boy’ has a new tune titled, ‘Fire Dancer’.
The Rap/ Afro-fusion Artiste delivers a melodious and lyrical track centered on that woman that sets his heart on fire.
Fire Dancer is produced by Entyce.
EP you need to listen to
Dremo – Codename
DMW artist, Dremo has put out his debut EP and it is titled, ”Codename”.
The 9 track projects sees collaborations with Davido, Mayorkun, Simi, Sinzu and Peruzzi with producers Fresh, Speroach and Benjamz casting their spell on the songs.
Codename features Dremo as both the rapper and singer, as he showcases both sides to his talent.