It has become tradition for many Nigerian artistes whenever Yuletide is round the corner, to run to the studio to record Nigerian party songs that would make the festive period so much fun for their fans. While some are still busy making these sounds, many have already unleashed theirs. Since I would not want to bore you with an epistle, I will only highlight the top 10 Nigerian party songs made for this coming Yuletide. These super hot records now dominate our parties, airwaves and are currently buzzing on our streets and banging in night clubs. Check out below, the top 10 Nigerian party songs made for Yuletide, 2018.
On November 30th, 2018, Flyboy INC’s boss Kizz Daniel finally unleashed his then highly anticipated album, No Bad Songz. The World albums chart-rated playlist which was streamed one hundred thousand times on Boomplay twenty four hours after release, houses many dope tunes including Poko that puts one in a party mood once you hear it. Trust me, Christmas came early with Poko.
Comical rapper, Falz The Bahd Guy, took us by surprise few days ago with a collaboration with veteran Olu Maintain. The Sess-produced upbeat joint which is named Bon Soir, ranks as one of the top Nigerian party songs for December, 2018.
From time to time, Nigerian Dancehall star Timaya comes through with upbeat jams that rock every party. The multi-talented musician’s fresh hit, Kom Kom ft. Patoranking is one of those bangers and it’s definitely going to rock every Nigerian nook and cranny this coming Yuletide.
Few days ago, producer cum singer Maleek Berry, came through with Doing U, that has now garnered over fifty thousands views on YouTube. Doing U is so groovy it puts you in a happy mood when it comes on- it makes the list of the fresh top Nigerian party songs for the Yuletide season.
Nigerian musician, Oritsefemi, is one of the Nigerian artistes who didn’t disappoint his fans who were highly expectant as he came through on the last day of November with Afro-Dancehall bang, Make Am, which is currently buzzing on the streets and which will surely be everywhere this Christmas.