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Discover Top Most Selling Songs In Nigeria Online 2021

Projects like “Highway and KPK,” which was released late last year and early this year, continue to dazzle the Nigerian music scene. To keep fans amused, Peruzzi’s “Southy Love” and Fireboy’s “Champion” from his 2020 opus Apollo were given a visual makeover. Regardless, the Nigerian music scene has already generated a multitude of compilation-worthy singles in the year 2021. For Nigerian music, 2021 has shown to be everything but a quiet season, serving as a transition between year-end smashes and the start of summer. After a year of hiding behind the mask of a pandemic and a series of historic protests that forced the postponement of several releases, artists are looking forward to a new beginning in 2021. Joeboy’s highly awaited debut album, Somewhere Between Beauty and Magic, and Ayra Starr’s self-titled EP began things underway. Johnny Drille and Ric Hassani, for example, pushed Nigerian music to be more than just afrobeat and Afropop. With “Pronto,” the Ajebo Hustlers have also joined in, continuing their long-hidden path to become Nigeria’s most popular pair. Finally, Don Jazzy, the legendary afrobeat producer, makes a triumphant return with “Bounce,” while Niniola rediscovers her roots with “6th Heaven,” an R&B classic. The year 2021 is expected to be a great year for Nigerian music, with the year beginning on a high note. These are some of our favorite Nigerian songs so far in 2021.

Bad dancer (Johnny Drille)

Johnny Drille leads a vocal quartet that demonstrates that Nigerian music is more than just afrobeats. The Mavin Records signee opts out of “Bad Dancer,” a song about dragging his love interest out for a slow dance, despite being an outsider. Drille exhibits his affinity for caustic words and passionate music once more after “Mystery Girl.” In the next months, the singer’s long-awaited album will be released. According to Drille, this is the most beautiful love song you’ll hear this year, and we couldn’t agree more.

Focus by Joeboy.

“Focus,” from the singer’s debut album Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic, is about unrequited love, and the singer begs his love interest to be more open about her true feelings. “tori moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti moti

Rema, bounce.

The musician returns in 2021 with “Bounce,” an amapiano and afro-fusion bop co-written by legendary afrobeat producer Don Jazzy. In this song, which is about the physical essence of women, the singer underlines his emotional joy. This is Don Jazzy’s and Rema’s first collaboration.

Away by Ayra!

“Away,” the album’s initial single, demolished big records like Phyno’s “Highway” and the pop culture-heavy “KPK” just days after its release, according to Mavin Records. The 18-year-old singer was inspired to write the song by his desire to encourage people to avoid anyone or anything that irritates them, according to Mavin Records.

(Running To You) Chike’s (feat. Simi)

To commemorate the first anniversary of his debut album, Boo of the Booless, which lasted a year in the Top 10 on Apple Music’s Nigerian charts, Chike enlists Simi to perform a love song about falling off the deep end for someone significant. The alumni edition of The Voice Nigeria is now dominating the charts and airways across Africa.

Zlatan “Lagos Anthem” Remix.

The album could be mistaken as a socio-political experiment on the current situation, as it tackles the issue from all sides, from the plight of ordinary Lagosians to the excesses of their well-heeled counterparts. Zlatan enlists the help of his buddies for a remix of the P.Priime-produced single, which focuses on Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital.

The Ajebo Hustlers have Pronto as a member (feat. Omah Lay)

The Port-Harcourt-bred vocalists are on their way to become Nigeria’s most popular modern music duet, following the Omah Lay-assisted “Pronto,” a stunning follow-up to the conscious “Barawo” and “Symbiosis.” The hook of this song from the duo’s planned first album, which will be published in the following months, has Omah Lay singing quietly of sexual bliss.

Blaqbonez’s BBC remix (feat. Tiwa Savage)

Tiwa Savage collaborates with Blaqbonez on the tune to lend a female perspective to the sexually charged music, and her addiction has elevated it to new heights. On this track, Blaqbonez sounds strong and sensual, tossing melodies with Savage, and it’s most likely a preview of his upcoming debut album, Sex Over Love.

Ric Hassani’s “Thunder Fire You.”

The National Broadcasting Commission has ordered that the song “Thunder Fire You” be taken off the radio because it violates laws prohibiting strong language. The song “Thunder Fire You,” according to the vocalist, was inspired by a “too serious and incomparable” experience.

 Flex- Kizz Daniel.

Following the amapiano-laced “Currently,” Kizz Daniel collaborates with Falz and Olamide on “Flex,” which employs enough afrobeat and Highlife inflections to establish its character as Kizz Daniel croons about hedonism over an instrumental that appears to be dipped from the font of iconic afrobeat musician, Fela Kuti.

Promise- Niniola

“6th Heaven,” Niniola’s long-awaited R&B EP, is out just days after her sophomore album, and she claims the subject is reminiscent of her early musical influences — before afro-house. Despite her attempts to accept the realities of her split, Niniola believes she is the last best thing her ex-boyfriend would ever discover in “Promise.”

Early Momo –Vector (feat. Good Girl LA)

In the song “Early Momo,” Vector enlists the help of Good Girl LA for a catchy verbal interplay. On Vector’s album, which was released just in time for Valentine’s Day, the rapper and vocalist trade melodies while revealing heated emotions.

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