See Our Playlist below;
Omah Lay – “Lo lo”
Omah seems to have a mission to break into the music scene on his own terms and so far he’s doing a great job. On this track off his Get Layd EP, Omah sounds like a mixture of Wande Coal, Wizkid, and Burna Boy all joined together. He sings about only wanting to love his lover. The beat, arrangement, and lyrics of this track is astounding and you’ll certainly love this.
With just a few tracks to his name, Omah Lay has captured the hearts of millions of music lovers with the infectious “Bad Influence“ and is arguably the next big thing in the music industry. The song which is still receiving massive streams is about a love story that ended in tears. Omah curses his lover for being a bad influence on him and also for leaving him lonely and bitter. This is one experience most people can relate to which makes it more exciting to listen to. Another bop for your playlist.
“Ginger Me” is a soul, pop, afro-Indie record produced by The Element. The “Ginger Me” is a love song that sees a young boy putting his Bad boy behavior aside and confessing his love feelings to the lady that hypes his system. It’s another bad boy track from Remy boy that should be on your playlist.
Omah Lay- “Damn”
This is the singer’s second song on Nigerian Songs You Should Listen To This Week and it can only mean one thing- Omah Lay is blazing hot. The track is off his buzzing new debut music project- “Get Layd” It is the first track on the 5 track masterpiece EP. The song talks about girls that love jonzing guys, bad boys that have nothing better to do with their lives, the Junkies, and the online “runners”. This tune is a realistic one that the new generation can relate to.
T -Classic – “Hold On”.
MixNaija artsite, T Classic delivers this his sonorous vocals on this impressive song produced by Yalababayala. “The track is a mid-tempo Afro-fusion song that seeks assurance. On this record, T Classic asks his lover if she would stay with him during the bad days and dry season. At the toughest of time! If you’ve loved “Nobody Fine Pass You“, “Where You Dey” and “Think About It,” you’ll definitely like this one.