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Top 10 Nigerian Songs That Rocked February 2018

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Here comes another monthly edition of our top ten trending, chart-bursting hit songs.

Featured on the playlist for January’s music countdown are Nigeria’s Wizkid’s Manya, Samklef’s Skelebe, Olamide’s Science Student among-st others. it includes mixture of both local and international hit songs. See full list here.

This is the top 10 music countdown for songs that dominated the charts and ruled the airwaves in the just concluded month of February. We have decided to review only Nigerian songs while in this blog post, while you await the international chart edition. Okay leeegooo!

10. 9ice – Ebami

This dude dished us a freaking hot tune on Valentine’s Day, targeted at lovers which went viral immediately upon its release. He’s popularly known and accepted for his native dialect lyric renditions and serenading tunes.

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9. Femi Kuti – Na Their Way Be That

The Afrobeat legend released his 10th LP album[One People, One World] couple of weeks back and inside it lies this “hopeful, horn-fueled song which has successfully taken its spot as the ninth.

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8. Harrysong – Happiness

The Arabanko’ crooner, sits on this spot with his motivational track which found its way into the lives of fans through their hearings. The song is currently getting played daily since upon its release on most radio stations across the country.

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7. Mike Aremu – Akowaba

The multiple award winning Nigerian international saxophonist dropped a very positive and encouraging vibe during the month and made its way up on top music charts across the country. The track featured Gospel artiste -Mike Abdul.

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6. Blackmagic – No Need

The soulful lyrics, tempo, and dynamic chorus song is wow! The dark-skinned rapper wrapped a love story around the track. It does sound nice!

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5. Cobhams Asuquo – Unstoppable

This spot fits the legendary producer and singer’s motivational song, which is currently enjoying massive airplay on most radio stations every morning. The track encourages Nigerians not to give up in the midst of hardships, fuel scarcity to mention but a few. Its indeed worth having on your playlist.

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4. Adekunle Gold – Ire

The afro-urban crooner claims this spot with his Soul/Afro Pop single with the assistance of Simi as Backup. He dedicated the track to his late sister nephew and its acceptance has been quite amazing since its release. I bet you gonna like to have it on your device’s playlist.

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3. Kamar Tachio – Life Goes On

This song has gotten some superb lyrics embedded in a 2-progression chords catchy tune. The new upcoming act tells his exes not to take it personal even as he no longer dates them..life indeed go on if you may say. *wink

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2. Aramide – Magic

The afro-soul singer locks this spot with her recent single which she released also on Valentine’s Day for lovers and as well her fans across the globe. The serenading track is filled with captivating lovable lyrics that’s capable of always reigniting that First Love.

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1. Bimbi Phillips – Wakanda

And finally here’s the song of the month that got our interest most. and it’s no other but the most talked about Marvel’s Black Panther movie inspired song – Wakanda. The foreign-based Nigerian crooner took advantage of the currently most talked-about Hollywood move and curated a beautiful track out of it.  You’d love it!

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These are our top most played Nigerian hit songs of the month! We hope you like the compilations. And if you think your selection isn’t on the list, kindly feel free to drop it in the comment box below while we take it into consideration.

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