Top 10 Latest Songs in Nigeria

By Dickson Osas

Everyone would admit that musicians from Nigeria are succeeding at the international level through their excellent music projection in Africa.

More music albums in Nigeria will have a better chance of rising toward worldwide importance because of the introduction of an Afrobeat category on America’s Billboard Charts.

2022 have produced amazing artist so far with outstanding songs; 

 Top 10 songs so far for the year 2022

                                                                             “Buga” – Kizz Daniel and Tekno’s 

 

 

Kizz Daniel’s song “Buga,” produced by Reward Beatz and co, has gone viral on social media and is now topping the chart on Tiktok with 2.4 million views. ‘Buga’ was rated one of the top 10 Nigerian Hit songs currently making waves worldwide. Buga is now ranked first on the top 100 charts on Apple Music in Kenya and Nigeria.

“Sugarcane (remix)” – Camidoh with King Promise, Mayorkun, and Darkoo 

With popular demand, sugarcane has been on the playlist for weeks. Mayoukun and Darkoo produced the song alongside King promise. The song is rated on the Apple Music playlist as number 7.

“Palazzo” – DJ Spinall and Asake

Amazing music produced by DJ Spinall titled Palazzo featuring the newly signed YBNL singer, Asake. Some project variations of beat from “Omo Ope.”

The music video was directed by TG Omori directed. Produced by Magix Sticks and Spinall collaborated to make the album. Eskeez did the mixing and mastering.

“Dada” – Young Jonn feat. Davido

The new song by Young John and Davido has been swaying the town.

Dada has been the song of the people at every party. It should come as no surprise as it is trending on Spotify’s hit Nigerian song and the top 100 Nigerian songs on Apple Music.

“Last Last” – Burna Boy

With the release of the talk of the town album “Love Damini,” the Award-winning musician Burna Boy drops another song, “Last Last.” It was rumored to be released because of Burna’s failing romance with Stefflon Don.

This song mesmerizes his followers, according to the self-proclaimed African great. 

“Stand Strong” – Davido feat Sunday service choir.

Davido collaborated with the Sunday service choir to release Stand strong. Because this song is unlike anything we’ve heard from Davido, the Fall vocalist strived for perfection. For this, anybody can now confidently assert Davido’s uniqueness when it comes to music. Pheelz produced the fantastic song, and it has earned a spot on the Spotify Naija top list.

Woman – Omah lay

P.Priime is the producer of the trending song “Woman.” Omah Lay, 

a well-known and exceptional Nigerian musician tells the tale of his love for his sweetheart in a slow, sensuous performance of “Woman.” Omah Lay release is currently topping the Afrobeat songs of the moment.

Finesse – Pheelz (feat. BNXN)

With this hot track made by Pheelz, one of Nigeria’s top producers showed that 2022 was started on a fantastic note. Within the shortest time, the song became the most popular song in Nigeria; this was as a result of the contribution of the vocalist, Buju. After the producer showcased “Finesse” on social media, the video quickly became popular. The song became a popular slang for youth on the street, breaking the most Shazamed songs ever.

Sungba – Asake (Remix) (feat. Burna Boy)

“Sungba,” a track from Asake’s new album due to his contract with Olamide’s YBNL, might be considered the song of the quarter.

Asake’s music is blowing our minds and sending out unorthodox vibes similar to a fusion of street and Fuji. These street characteristics can be heard in the musical styles of musicians like Bella Shmurda. With its sexually provocative undertones, “Sungba” appeals to the vast majority. Burna Boy’s African big flavor on the remix gives the song additional musical strength, and the record quickly gained popularity on social media before becoming a top 40 success.

Omo Ope – Asake ft. Olamide 

Everyone who has heard this jam would agree that Asake did an excellent job with this song from his EP. It includes Olamide, the CEO of YBNL, the music label to whom Asake is connected. Nigeria’s national anthem is Omo Olope, featuring energetic lyrics in Yoruba and English. The message of the song is to make the most of each day.