The month of April was huge fun as many Nigerian artistes delighted us with more than one hundred dope tunes. Special recognition must be given to a few because they were the hottest- they were the most downloaded and they dominated the airwaves, clubs, streets and parties. Check out below, the top ten Nigerian records of the month of April, 2018.
At a time a number of his hit songs pervaded the airwaves, Slim Daddy popularly known as Tekno released another banger titled Jogodo. Canadian-born Hip-Hop icon Drake was so wowed by the the fresh Afro-melody he described it as ‘BIG CHUNEEE’.
While Mind was still being enjoyed by many lovers of good music, top record label Davido Music Worldwide unleashed another monster hit record- Aje. That the barely two-week old record has hit one million views on YouTube, describes the greatness of the level of its acceptability.
Whenever Phyno and Olamide team up, you and I know ‘problem’ must be birthed. Their latest hit track Onyeoma has, within a short space of time, become a street anthem. The new jam will not only put you in a gyration mood but will also teach you this: Whenever you find yourself in the position to help others especially those in need, then hold back because you are unsure of what tomorrow holds for you- tables might turn! Great record.
One Half of music production duo Legendury Beatz, Mut4y, recently followed up the huge success of Manya with Commando. At the rate the fresh jam is going, it is very likely it outshines Manya in the near future.
Nigerian rapper and HKN act, Sina Rambo, who had been off the Nigerian music scene, returned with Baba Sina Rambo ft. Olamide which is a highly melodious Young John-produced dance tune that would take you off your seat to the dance floor. It’s currently busy climbing to the top of a couple of Nigerian music charts.
While C. Ronaldo was busy buzzing on Nigerian airwaves, perpetual hit maker and YBNL Nation boss Olamide put out another hit track entitled Owo Shayo. Despite its newness, the barely one-week old jam has become so huge you now hear it everywhere you go.
It has been hit upon hit for Afrobeat singer Airboy since he started his music career with Aquila Records two years ago. In the month of April 2018, the wonder boy dropped another Afrobeat jam, Leso, whose acceptance has been massive.