To get you going for the new week, we put together a playlist of 7 songs by your favorite Nigerian singers.
Consider Davido, Rema, Black Sherif, and a few others. If you’re curious about who else is on this list, take a look and be blown away.

Check out the list and listen below:

1. Second Sermon Remix – Black Sherif ft Burna Boy

On the 9th of December, 2021, rave of the moment Black Sherif releases his most anticipated single “Second Sermon (Remix),” which features Nigeria’s finest, Burna Boy.

Black Sherif is a Ghanaian singer who is driven to raise the bar in the entertainment industry. Ghanaian Stallion and Samsney produced the track.

2. Baddest Boy Remix – Skiibii ft Davido

Skiibii, a popular Nigerian artist, made a big entrance into the year 2022 with the remix of his song “Baddest Boy Remix.” The duo effectively delighted audiences with their commanding sound, thanks to the assistance of Omo Baba Olowo himself.

When the song was released, many people thought Davido had finally given Skiibii his hit song. We can’t say that’s completely false, because the song is already a hit, playing in practically every club in Nigeria and abroad.

Baddest Boy was released in 2021 as part of the album “God Is Bigger Than Man.”

3. Sometimes Remix – T.I Blaze ft Olamide

T.I Blaze, a newcomer to the industry, comes back with another captivating track titled Sometimes Remix. Sometimes is currently doing quite well on the charts and in the streets. The song is a smash, and an addicting one, thanks to Olamide’s help.

The vocals are excellent, and I must applaud T.I Blaze on his outstanding effort.

The song stresses the importance of hard effort and consistency. Blaze would like his fans to know that no one will recognize them if they go bankrupt, but they must continue to work hard.

4. No Wahala Remix

1da Banton, a talented Nigerian artist, has released a new thumping tune titled “No Wahala Remix.” This song has had a big impact on the music scene and has garnered a lot of love from people all over the world. Also, many users on TikTok are dancing to the song, which is one of the reasons it has become famous.

Tiwatope Savage, the Afrobeat Queen, and Nigeria’s greatest, Kizz Daniel, appear on the No Wahala Remix.

5. Apollo – Victony

Anthony Victor, often known as Victony, delivers this fantastic song titled Apollo. Apollo made its debut in 2022.

Apollo is a great blend of Afro-pop and Amapiano music, emphasizing Victony’s talent and versatility even more. The song is a follow-up to his collaboration with Mayorkun, Holy Father, which was recently played at London’s O2 Arena. Priime was in charge of the production of Apollo.

6. Sungba Remix – Asake & Burna boy

Ololade Mi Asake, from the YBNL camp, has delivered an outstanding remix of the track Sungba, which features Grammy-Award-Winning artist, Burna Boy. The remix is quickly becoming popular on social media and in the streets. This follows the original song’s success.

Sungba is also the second tune off his EP, Ololade Asake, and includes Olamide. Sungba, like any other street jam, is addictive with frank lyrics, generally telling a lady not to be timid because he has enough money to take care of her and, in return, she needs to Sungbalaja. Sungba now has all the ginger we could possibly want, thanks to the addition of the African Giant.

7. Calm Down  – Rema

Rema, one of Nigeria’s finest, kicks out the new year with an appealing song called “Calm Down.” “Calm Down” received a barrage of criticism in its initial week of release, but it has since proven to be one of the most listened to since its debut.

One thing we know for certain is that “Calm Down” is appropriate for your playlist this week and will undoubtedly “Calm” your nerves.