Earlier in the year we noted a slow start in the Nigerian music industry. The political song delivers a strong message while keeping it light and relatable to his fans. Whether you're at home or in the club, this one's a winner. It's not very common for an animated video or a visualiser for a song by an upcoming act to get a million YouTube views. But that is what Joeboy's visualiser for 'Baby' has done. It has beaten the million views mark by over a half-million views. Mission accomplished. The song has faint disco elements but retains a Nigerian vibe.
“Captain Hook” by Megan Thee Stallion
Finding and downloading new music doesn't have to be expensive; many great artists have chosen to make their work available to download free, if you know where to look. Here we've picked the five best providers of free music downloads — all totally legal and above board. The sites below are our top choices for free music, but some of the big online music stores also offer free tracks to download. Take a look at Amazon's free music selection and Google Play's free song of the week if you can't find exactly what you're looking for here.
Where to download free music at a glance
The song is about Naira Marley's experiences in prison and a jibe at the Nigerian authorities that held him a few months ago for internet fraud. Called the Queen of Afropop her by admirers, Tiwa Savage has been dropping hits that resonate with her fanbase on a constant basis. Burna Boy has had a great year, culminating in his nomination to the Grammy Awards. He released this video in November, four months after dropping his African Giant album , it is still hot and a club banger anytime. Another track influenced by Fela Kuti, Joro is taken from the Zombie album. Olamide 's new single is getting all the attention on radio and the internet with videos of different ladies twerking on Instagram. Confessing the dream of many young people, the dream of becoming a billionaire is paramount. Flashy cars and holidays in Santorini, not many will say not to that. Disclaimer: Music In Africa provides a platform for musicians and contributors to embed music and videos solely for promotional purposes.
The year might not have started on the strongest note, but at least the music has. With almost the first half of the year down, we already have the likes of Lady Gaga and Bad Bunny making us dance during happy moments and Soccer Mommy and Phoebe Bridgers holding us during melancholy ones. No matter how you're feeling during this confusing time, there just might be a new record out there to match your mood. But continue to watch this space for new additions throughout the year. And missed our top songs of ? Check out that list here. Buy Song.