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Top 10 Songs For The Month Of August

Top 10 Songs For The Month Of August

Top 10 Songs For The Month Of August – Esteemloaded team have taken time to dome some researches and compile Hit, hottest and top songs for the month of August.

1. Burna Boy – Wonderful “Wonderful” is a follow up to his 2020 debut ‘Odogwu‘, it comes with good vibe and African sound that would take you on a memory lane. This record builds us up to OluwaBurna’s forthcoming studio album… Listen and Enjoy below

2. DJ Tunez – “Pami” ft Wizkid, Adekunle Gold & Omah Lay”  Wizkid, Adekunle Gold, and Omah Lay need to be protected at all costs because they could be arrested for murdering this song. This was the collaboration we never knew we needed because its a huge hit. The track produced by Blaise Beatz is a perfect blend of Afrobeat and the raving Bop sound.

‘You & Bad Influence‘ crooner, Omah Lay starts the record with his cool hypnotizing vibe as Wizzy baby took over to show he is still the Daddy Yo that makes ladies go manya. AG Baby on his own part brought the Chemistry between him and Blaise Beatz on his hit song ‘Something Different’ (which we all loved) into play to spice up the new record and turned it into a bopping jam.

3. Omah Lay – “Bad Influence” – Omah Lay’s music is deeply Afro Fusion – the melody of Wizkid meets the depth of Burna Boy. Omah would always have this to say about his music-making process, “I easily weave through Afro genres but the vibe would always hit me first as Highlife, I guess it’s hugely due to the my massive highlife exposure growing up in a music family like mine.” Omah Lay writes and produces most of his records so it would be accurate to say he owns his sound.

While we await his soon to drop EP – ‘GetLayd‘ scheduled for 22 May, 2020. Listen and Enjoy this impressive record “Bad Influence” self produced by Omah Lay.

4. Olakira – In My Maserati Following the success of his previous release titled “Aya Mi”, Wakanda Jollof crooner, Olakira released both the audio and visuals of “In My Maserati,” an infectious track inspired by his love for the luxury vehicle brand. On the track, Olakira promises his sweetheart a tastefully different kind of love and of course, a ride in “his Maserati

5. Rema – “Woman” – After declaring love for one woman in “Ginger Me,” he puts on his bad-boy cape and sings about loving lots of women. He can’t seem to make up his mind and he keeps on switching it up in every track. Well, get ready to put on your dancing shoes for this track because Rema came through with some kind of crazy spiritual vibes.  An interesting feature of this track is the catchy phrases like “Asampeteprokotomakule” and “Sa koloweko” and it’s a lovely music video.Listen & Get ready to put on your dancing shoes to Enjoy this bopping sound.

6. Patoranking – “Abule” Released from his third studio album “THREE,” the track documents his experiences and stories in the hood. The award-winning afro-dancehall artiste’s track is a simple celebration of his neighborhood in, Ebute Metta, Lagos, The Niger Delta, and of hoods worldwide. The track’s top-notch production and catchy hook make it easy for summer listening and partying. It also comes with an Afrobeats vibe, which has become the singer’s signature sound. Listen and Enjoy!!

7. Burna Boy – “Way Too Big” The title of this track off his latest album “Twice As Tall” speaks for itself. Burna is way too big, cool and smart to be moving with some acts and exchanging words or proving his worth. After the album’s release, this track immediately became fan favourite. “Because I’m way too big, way too big to be fucking with you, And be moving with you, mmm, Because I’m way too smart, way too smart to be falling in your trap”

8. Adekunle Gold – “AG Baby” After rocking charts with the successful release of his two singles. “Jore” and “Something Different,” Adekunle Gold switched up vocally and fashion-wise in the new track “AG baby” which features Trinidadian singer, Nailah Blackman on the hook. The afro-pop tune which blends Caribbean rhythms, highlife grooves, and pop, influences a pulsating and dance-worthy beat sees the singer brag about being “the No 1 fada (No 1 father)“, original original Don Dada in the music game”.

Its electrifying and futuristic video directed by Des Gray was recently released and fans are loving Adekunle’s new swag. The track is also off his album “Afro Pop Volume 1.” which was released August 21st.

9. Zinolesky – “Mapariwo” Shhh!, Mapariwo (Don’t Shout) Just when we thought we couldn’t handle the still buzzing “Caro” which features his label boss, Naira Marley, Zinoleesky came through with another banger. The Marlian Music multitalented singer and songwriter teamed up with producer, Trips to tell the tale of an affair that is meant to be made secret. We’re sure everyone can relate to this story. Listen!

10. DJ Kaywise – “What Type Of Dance Is This” DJ Kaywise released this track to celebrate his birthday and he recruited street lords, Mayorkun, Naira Marley, and Zlatan for the street banger. On the new dance track produced by DMW in house producer, Fresh VDM and also Echo The Guru, Mayorkun delivered a catchy chorus and lyrics, Marlian Presido, Naira Marley gave out his bad boy swag (no manners) attitude with Zlatan on the addictive back-up vibe, and catchy Ad-libs.

Top 10 Songs For The Month Of August

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