The Nigerian music industry started off to a flier this year as artistes try to outdo one another for the hottest artiste crown.
Considering airplay, fan acceptance, popularity and quality of production, ENCOMIUM Weekly serves the 10 hottest songs at the moment…
KOREDE BELLO – God win
When Korede Bello winks…hearts skip a beat. The Doro Mega superstar is enjoying good times with God Win. This radio favourite was produced by Don Jazzy
KISS DANIEL – Woju
Everyone still sings Oya woju o. This beautiful tune, after months, remains hotly favoured. It was produced by DJ Coublon
PHYNO – Yayo
Man of the year, Phyno started 2015 with a big bang dropping the visuals for Major Bangz-produced Yayo to the delight of his teeming fans. The risqué video – the norm – was directed by Clarence Peters
DI’JA – Awww
Petite, but beautiful, Di’Ja is set to take her place among the stars. On the Don Jazzy-produced Awww, her vocals leave you yearning for more
WIZKID – Sound it
Wizkid sat with Sarz to create this one. It was released as part of his Starboy Monday Movement.
M.I – Bad Belle ft. Moti Cakes
‘Bad belle is allowed’ – that’s according to rap king, M.I. Reinhard gave a solid account of his production skills on this. The colourful visuals was directed by MEX and featured cameos from Modenine and Sound Sultan.
DAVIDO FT. UHURU AND DJ BUCKZ – The Sound
African music power houses, Nigeria and South Africa connect to create this tune as superstar crooner, Davido teamed up with Uhuru and DJ Buckz – their effort together is entitled The Sound.
OREZI – Shuperu
Orezi and producer, Popito appeared to have developed a telepathic music understanding. After creating Shoki together, they collaborated to birth Shuperu.
RUNTOWN – The Latest
What a way to kick off the year by Runtown. He allowed producer, Shizzi wield his magic wand on this one. The video was filmed in South Africa by Sesan.
REMINISCE FT. PHYNO AND OLAMIDE – Local Rappers
Alaga Ibile, Reminisce dropped the hotly-anticipated Local Rappers off his Babahafusa album. It features fellow lyrical kings, Olamide and Phyno. It was produced by Tyrone.