TheCable Lifestyle brings you another edition of its SuperFriday as artistes in the Nigerian music scene have put out eagerly-awaited assortments of solo singles, EP and collaborative hits.
From Naira Marley’s ‘Am I a Yahoo Boy’ and D’Prince’s fiery EP to Patoranking’s ‘Lenge Lenge’, here are some top SuperFriday songs you can vibe to while looking forward to a thrilling weekend.
Naira Marley ft Zlatan Ibile –’Am I a Yahoo Boy’
Not long after the singer was backlashed for his supportive comments about internet fraudsters (yahoo boys), Naira Marley joins forces with Zlatan Ibile in new single dubbed ‘Am I a Yahoo Boy’.
Produced by Rexxie, the smashing track comes through with explicit and controversial lyrics that equally takes a critical shot at political corruption and extortive religious leaders.
Patoranking –’Lenge Lenge’
Patoranking, reggae-dancehall singer, drops one of the tracks off his forthcoming album ‘Wilmer’.
Dubbed ‘Lenge Lenge’, the song is produced by DJ Coublon and doesn’t leave any stone unturned in showcasing the splendor of African culture diced with a feel of late Afrobeat singer, Fela Kuti’s music style.
D’Prince features Rema, Mavin Records’ newly signed artiste, in the lead track off his recently released three-track EP. The 32-year-old Jonzing World executive features Don Jazzy in the second track while the third came through as a solo.
Teniola Apata – ‘Sugar Mummy’
Barely two days after the release of the song’s animated visuals, Teni premieres the official video for her ‘Sugar Mummy’. The video, which features exhilarating dance moves, is directed by Director K.
9ice – ‘Arami’
Nice premiers the video for his previously released single ‘Arami’. The song is produced by Carpenter.
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