Every week brings attention to Africans music artists who are releasing
new songs that are well celebrated on the African and global music scene.
And it seems like each new generation coming on the world’s music scene brings with it a new taste of music.
The African music is changing and Nigeria is on top of the game.
Here are five new songs that caught my attention as we end the month of February in style.
Black Sherif is an emerging Ghanaian singer, songwriter, and rapper with an exceptional talent. He has recently released a remix of his mind-blowing hit, “Second Sermon (Remix)” that is doing well on YouTube.
“Second Sermon (Remix)” on the other hand is a new track that features Burna Boy the Nigerian Grammy award winner.
To be honest with you, the Nigerian music is actually dominating the music scene on the African continent. Whether it is on the radio, TV or night clubs and bars Nigerian music is trending around Africa and outside the continent. You shouldn’t be surprised if you see that Nigerian artists are dominating in this list.
The Nigerian Afrobeat, Augustine Kelechi, professionally known as Tekno kicks off a new fascinating tune entitled “Mufasa” since his last release in March 2021.
“Heartbeat’ represents the paradox of love,” says Kwenders. “Love can manifest itself in many and the most unexpected ways. Pierre Kwenders is the stage name of José Louis Modabi, a Congolese-Canadian musician.
Fireboy and Olamide are those kind of artists that make you appreciate the quality of Nigerian music productions.
“She Knows” by Harrysong featuring Olamide and Fireboy DML is another hit showing that the future of Nigerian music industry is in good hands.
Burna Boy and Wizkid are Nigerian artists and global celebrities that are putting the African music on the jam and representing the African music everywhere in the world. The above is their latest collaboration B. D’OR