Pulse Playlist: Here are 10 new songs you need to listen to this week (Wk 39)

Posted on Sep 29 2018 - 8:55am by admin

The final week of September offers an abundance of new music and we have carefully selected 10 of the best songs you need to add to your playlist.

Welcome to this week’s Pulse playlist of 10 New Songs You Need To Listen To This Week, our weekly compilation of some of the finest releases across the world of hip-hop and pop during the course of the week.

Here are 10 new songs you need to listen to this week

D’ija – ‘Save Me’

From the 2017 EP, ‘Aphrodija’, Mavin singer D’ija has shared the visuals to the song ‘Save Me.’

‘Save Me’ is a mid-tempo joint that touches on depression, pains, loneliness and speaks against suicide. The video is a timely output in light of everything going on in the world.

Krizbeatz – ‘Level’ ft Sean Tizzle & Ceeboi

play Krizbeatz features Sean Tizzle and Ceeboi on ‘Level’ (Krizbeatz)

Producer Krizbeatz returns with new music, ‘Level’ after his debut album,“Afro Dance Music”.

Krizbeatz features pop sensation, Sean Tizzle and his signee and protege, Ceeboi‘Level’ is a laid back feel good song, that can put a dance floor in a frenzy.

 

Gamie – ‘My Hope’

play Gamie with ‘My Hope’ (Gamie)

Gamie releases his latest song titled, ‘My Hope.’

My Hope is a song inspired by real life experiences gathered over a period of time.

The alternative Hip-Hop sound paints images of real people going through the difficult phases of their lives, addressing domestic issues and the societal ills. 

The Ajo Segigo produced record is one that encourages those going through tough times that there’s light at the end of the tunnel. 

 

Oz x Falz – ‘Party’

 

Oz has dropped the visuals to his song, ‘Party’ with Falz.

Oz. aka Ozbeazy is out with the video for his wavy first official single entitled ‘Party’, featuring Falz.

Party video was directed by Beyuu and Kinz and features cameos from Shaydee, Ceeza Milli and Dj Java.

Dotman x DJ Tunez – ‘Pepesu’

Dotman alongside DJ Tunez have released the video to the single, ‘Pepesu.’

The latin-infused, Afrobeats song is accompanied by this visuals where the attention to detail is evident even in the dancehall lighting and decor.

Directed by Aje Film Works, the ‘Pepesu’ video is a brilliant display of the fluidity of music and culture.

Kida Kudz – Energy (Stay Far Away) Freestyle ft Skepta x Wizkid

play Kida Kudz covers Skepta and Wizkid’s ‘Energy’ (KidaKudz)

Kida Kudz has delivered a freestyle cover to the hit single, ‘Energy’ by Skepta featuring Wizkid.

 

Playbuoy – ‘This Life’ ft Safaree Kallys

play Playbuoy talks about ‘This Life’ on new record (Playbuoy)

Six years after he released the single, ‘Playboy’ featuring Brymo, PlayBuoy of Playtown makes a return to the industry with a brand new single; ‘This Life’.

This Life is a conscious sound that tells a story of the current state of the world, and it features his two year old daughter, Safaree Kallys.

The British-Nigerian rapper is currently working on an EP ”Blessed with a curse.”

Fasina – ‘Ife’ (Run My Race)

Fasina offers another mid tempo love joint in ‘Ife.’

He is assured as he walks up to his love interest and demands that she follows him in this love race.

The song was produced by Kevin Akpewe.

Mide Michael – ‘Pepe’

play Mide Michael returns with ‘Pepe’ (Mide)

Mide Michael is back with a new single, ‘Pepe.’

Love is the theme of the mid-tempo, highlife/contemporary sound as Michael sings passionately about the hate and backlash he gets from loving a particular girl and how he overcomes them.

‘Pepe’ is produced by Johnson IP and is the first single off his debut EP titled “Mide Tide” which is set to drop before the end of the year.

Phlowetry – ‘Asuai’ Vol 2

play Phlow releases ”Asuai, Vol 2” EP (Phlow)

Phlow packs vivid imagery, engaging storytelling, and emotionally stirring nostalgia into her latest project, Asuai (Vol. 2)—and she somehow does it all in less than seven minutes.

She embraces the warmth and soul of the production provided by Montreal’s Dr. MaD, whose beats rattle and creak beneath her smooth vocals. 

Hailing from Lagos, Nigeria, Phlow’s growth since releasing the first Asuai in 2016 is apparent, and you can hear it in the confidence in her voice.

It’s a musical and seamless trip covering four songs from the opener ‘Callow’ to ‘On Your Own’ and reflection on ‘Musing/Reverie’ before the final record that seeks to answer the question of “What advice would you give your younger self?” on ‘BYOH (Be Your Own Hero).’

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